Carillon Fund Pricing and Performance

  • Daily Prices NAVs

  • Fund Returns

    *Year-to-date returns are usually updated by 6:30pm, Eastern Time, the current business day.

    **The Carillon Family of Funds will convert class C share accounts that are more than 8 years old to class A shares on the third of each month. Shareholders may continue to purchase shares in either class, but will be required to pay a sales charge on new purchases of Class A shares.

    Performance data quoted represents past performance which does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principal value will fluctuate so that shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Performance shown which includes sales charges reflect a front-end sales charge of 4.75% for class A shares for all funds except the Carillon Reams Core Bond Fund, the Carillon Reams Core Plus Bond Fund and the Carillon Reams Unconstrained Bond Fund which reflects a front-end sales charge of 3.75%. A 1% contingent deferred sales charge for class C shares is charged on redemptions made within 12 months of purchase, but not at one year. The investment adviser, Carillon Tower Advisers, Inc., has contractually agreed to waive or reimburse certain fees and expenses through February 28, 2023 for the following funds; the Carillon ClariVest Capital Appreciation Fund, the Carillon ClariVest International Stock Fund, the Carillon ClariVest International Fund (formerly Carillon Scout Interntaional Fund), the Carillon Reams Core Bond Fund, the Carillon Reams Core Plus Bond Fund and the Carillon Reams Unconstrained Bond Fund. Carillon Tower Advisers may recoup previously waived expenses that it assumes within the following two fiscal years. Performance data quoted reflects reinvested dividends and capital gains. Returns less than one year are not annualized. Refer to the individual fund pages for the funds' standardized average annual total returns as of the most recent calendar quarter end. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance data quoted.

    Risk considerations: As with all investing, there is the risk that an unexpected change in the market or within the company itself may have an adverse effect on the price of the securities held. The biggest risk of investing is that returns can fluctuate and investors can lose money.

    Growth companies are expected to increase their earnings at a certain rate. When these expectations are not met, investors may punish the stocks excessively, even if earnings showed an absolute increase. Growth company stocks also typically lack the dividend yield that can cushion stock prices in market downturns. The companies engaged in the technology industry are subject to fierce competition and their products and services may be subject to rapid obsolescence. The values of these companies tend to fluctuate sharply.

    Investments in mid-cap and small-cap companies generally involve greater risks than investing in larger capitalization companies. Mid-cap companies often have narrower commercial markets, more limited managerial and financial resources, and more volatile trading than larger, more established companies.

    Mid-cap and small-cap stocks may temporarily fall out of favor or perform poorly relative to other types of investments. While stocks of mid-cap companies may be slightly less volatile than those of small-cap companies, they still involve substantial risk.

    Investing in mid-cap stocks may involve greater risks than investing in larger, more established companies. These companies often have narrow markets and more limited managerial and financial resources. The companies engaged in the technology industry are subject to fierce competition and their products and services may be subject to rapid obsolescence. The values of these companies tend to fluctuate sharply.

    International investing presents specific risks, such as currency fluctuations, differences in financial accounting standards, and potential political and economic instability. These risks are further accentuated in emerging market countries, where risks can also include possible economic dependency on revenues from particular commodities or on international aid or development assistance, currency transfer restrictions, and liquidity risks related to lower trading volumes.

    Because the Carillon Scout Small Cap, and Carillon Eagle Growth & Income Funds normally will hold a focused portfolio of stocks of fewer companies than many other diversified funds, the increase or decrease of the value of a single stock may have a greater impact on the fund’s net asset value and total return.

    There are risks associated with dividend investing, including that dividend-issuing companies may choose not to pay a dividend, may not have the ability to pay, or the dividend may be less than what is anticipated. Dividend-issuing companies are subject to interest rate risk and high dividends can sometimes signal that a company is in distress.

    Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITS) may be affected by economic conditions including credit risk, interest rate risk and other factors that affect property values, rents or occupancies of real estate.

    The return of principal in a fund that can also invest in fixed income securities is not guaranteed. Fixed income investments have interest rate, inflation, issuer, maturity and credit risks. Mortgage- and Asset-Backed Securities are subject to prepayment risk and the risk of default on the underlying mortgages or other assets.

    Foreign investments present additional risks due to currency fluctuations, economic and political factors, government regulations, differences in accounting standards and other factors. Investments in emerging markets involve even greater risks. Groups of stocks, such as value and growth, go in and out of favor, which may cause certain funds to underperform other equity funds.

    Derivatives such as credit default swap agreements and futures contracts may involve greater risks than if the Fund invested in the referenced obligation directly. Derivatives are subject to risks such as market risk, liquidity risk, interest rate risk, credit risk and management risk. Derivative investments could lose more than the principal amount invested. The Fund may use derivatives for hedging purposes or as part of its investment strategy. The use of leverage and derivatives investments could accelerate losses to the fund. These losses could exceed the amount originally invested.

    Funds may, at times, experience higher-than-average portfolio turnover, which may generate significant taxable gains and increased trading expenses, which, in turn, may lower the Fund’s return.

    The Carillon Reams Unconstrained Bond Fund employs an unconstrained investment approach which creates considerable exposure to certain types of securities that present significant volatility in the Fund’s performance, particularly over short periods of time. The Fund may, at times, experience higher-than-average portfolio turnover, which may generate significant taxable gains and increased trading expenses, which, in turn, may lower the Fund’s return.

    Short-sale risk includes the potential loss of more money than the actual cost of the investment, and the risk that the third party to the short sale may fail to honor its contract terms, causing a loss to the fund.

    Investments in small-cap companies generally involve greater risks than investing in larger capitalization companies. Small-cap companies often have narrower commercial markets and more limited managerial and financial resources than larger, more established companies. As a result, their performance can be more volatile and they face greater risk of business failure, which could increase the volatility of a fund’s portfolio. Additionally, small-cap companies may have less market liquidity than larger companies.

    The Carillon ClariVest Capital Appreciation Fund, the Carillon ClariVest International Fund (formerly the Carillon Scout International Fund) and the Carillon ClariVest International Stock Fund include quantitative risk. Quantitative risk involves the dependence on proprietary quantitative tools for security selection which may not be predictive of a security’s value.

    Initial Public Offerings (“IPOs”) include the risk that the market value of IPOs will fluctuate considerably due to the absence of a prior market, among other factors.

    (1) Class I shares are available for qualified institutions and individual investors purchasing shares for their own account with a minimum initial investment of $10,000. Qualified institutions include corporations, banks, insurance companies, endowments, foundations and trusts.

    (2) Class Y shares have no initial sales charge or deferred sales charge but are subject to ongoing Rule 12b-1 fees of up to 0.25% of their average daily net assets. They are available to individual investors with a minimum purchase amount is $1,000 for regular accounts, $100 for retirement accounts and $100 through a periodic investment program, with a minimum subsequent investment plan of $50 per month.

    (3) Class R-3, R-5 or R-6 shares are available for purchase through eligible employer sponsored retirement plans (including 401(k) plans, 403(b) plans, 457 plans and profit-sharing plans) in which the employer, plan sponsor or other administrator ("Plan Administrator") has entered into an agreement with the Distributor.

    Minimal initial investment in the funds is $1,000. The minimum for Retirement Accounts is $500. When establishing an automatic investment plan, the initial investment and minimum subsequent investment is $50 per month — please see the prospectus for details.

    Please call 1.800.421.4184 for more information.

  • Fund Sales Overview

    Reducing Your Sales Charge on Class A Share Purchases

    Class A shares are sold with a front-end sales charge. As described in each fund’s prospectus, there are a number of ways in which these sales charges may be reduced or waived.

    Read more about:

    How Sales Charges are Calculated
    Combining Accounts and Purchases
    Previous Purchases (Right of Accumulation)
    Letter of Intent (LOI)
    Street Name or Omnibus Accounts
    Waiving Class A Sales Charges
    Reinstatement Privilege

    How Sales Charges are Calculated

    You may purchase Class A at the “offering price,” which is equal to the fund’s net asset value plus a front-end sales charge. The amount of that sales charge depends upon the fund you are buying, the amount of the purchase and whether the purchase qualifies for any sales charge reduction or waiver. You can qualify for a lower sales charge rate when the amount of your purchase reaches a certain level, known as a “breakpoint.”

    To receive a reduction or waiver in your Class A sales charge, you must advise your financial professional or Carillon at the time of purchase.

    The following table summarizes the sales charge rates:

    Your Investment Equity Funds Bond Funds
    Less than $25,000 4.75% 3.75%
    $25,000-$49,999 4.25% 3.25%
    $50,000-$99,999 3.75% 2.75%
    $100,000-$249,999 3.25% 2.25%
    $250,000-$499,999 2.50% 1.50%
    $500,000-$999,999 1.50% 0.50%
    $1,000,000 and over 0.00% 0.00%

    The sales charge shown above is a percentage of the fund’s public offering price (“POP”), or the price you pay for each share you buy. This price is rounded to the nearest penny. The actual sales charge rate will be shown on your trade confirmation or statement, which—because of rounding—could be more or less than what is shown in the table above. Rounding differences could be greater for small purchases or when a fund’s NAV is higher.

    Combining Accounts and Purchases

    For purposes of calculating your sales charge, you can combine purchases of Class A and C shares for all Carillon mutual funds in the following account owner relationships:

    • Accounts owned by you, your spouse or minor children (under the age of 21), including:
      • Trust or fiduciary accounts in which you, your spouse or minor children are the beneficiary.
      • Sole proprietor business accounts.
    • Accounts opened under a single trust agreement, including those with multiple beneficiaries.
    • Purchases made by a qualified retirement or employee benefit plan of a single employer.
    • Purchases made by a company, provided the company is not in existence solely for purchasing mutual fund shares.

    The value of any concurrent purchases will be combined for determining the sales charge.

    Previous Purchases (Right of Accumulation)
    You may add the value of previous Class A and C purchases in your accounts, including those eligible for combining, to calculate the sales charge for subsequent purchases of Class A shares. For this purpose, we will determine the value of your previous purchases based upon the greater of the current account value or the total of all purchases less all redemptions.

    Example 1
    You previously purchased $20,000 of Class A shares and are making another investment of $10,000. The entire $10,000 purchase will receive the $25,000 breakpoint.

    Example 2
    You previously purchased $14,000 of Class A shares which are now worth $16,000 and are making another investment of $10,000. The entire $10,000 purchase will receive the $25,000 breakpoint.

    These examples are for illustrative purposes only and do not represent any real investment results.

    Letter of Intent (LOI)
    You must request an LOI in writing.

    Example
    When opening your account, you select the LOI option on your account application, stating your intention to purchase $25,000 of Class A shares over the next 13 months. Along with your application, you include an initial purchase of $15,000. You will pay the sales charge at the $25,000 breakpoint. Your subsequent purchases will also receive this breakpoint.

    All prior investments in Class A and C shares can be counted toward meeting this investment requirement. Investments made up to 90 calendar days before you adopt your LOI are also eligible for this discount.

    We will reserve 5% of your intended purchase amount until you purchase the amount specified in your LOI. If you don’t purchase the intended amount within the 13-month period, we will sell enough shares in your account to cover the applicable sales charge.

    Street Name or Omnibus Accounts
    Certain broker-dealers or other financial institutions register accounts at the fund as "street name," "omnibus" or "nominee" accounts. In such situations, Carillon receives limited shareholder information which often does not include the shareholder's identity. As a result, Carillon does not have the information to combine these accounts. For more information on whether a particular institution registers accounts in this manner, please consult your financial professional.

    Waiving Class A Sales Charges

    The Class A sales charge may be waived in certain situations, allowing qualified buyers to purchase fund shares with no initial sales charge. Class A shares may be sold at net asset value without any sales charge to:

    • Carillon, its affiliates, directors, officers and employees.
    • Current and retired officers and trustees of a Carillon fund.
    • The subadviser of any Carillon fund and its current directors, officers and employees.
    • Employees and registered financial professionals of broker-dealers that have selling agreements with the funds’ distributor.
    • Directors, officers and employees of banks and trust companies that are party to an agency agreement with the funds’ distributor or Carillon.
    • The immediate family members (spouse, parents, siblings, children—including in-law relationships) of all such persons.
    • Investors who participate in certain “wrap fee” investment programs or certain retirement programs sponsored by broker-dealers or other service organizations that have entered into service agreements with Carillon. Such programs generally have other fees and expenses, so you should read any materials provided by that organization.
    • Investors who participate in self-directed investment brokerage accounts offered by financial intermediaries who have entered into a selling agreement with the Funds' Distributor. Financial intermediaries offering self-directed accounts may or may not charge a transaction fee to its customers, so you should read any materials provided by that financial intermediary.
    • Carillon, the Distributor or one or more of their Affiliates may pay a one-time up-front sales concession from its own resources to broker-dealers and financial intermediaries for purchases of Class A shares of $1,000,000 or more according to the following schedule: 0.80% of purchases between $1 million and $2.5 million, 0.60% of purchases between $2.5 million and $5 million, 0.35% of purchases between $5 million and $8 million, 0.25% of purchases between $8 million and $15 million and 0.15% of purchases over $15 million.
    • Any purchase for which the one-time sales concession was paid will be subject to a contingent deferred sales charge (“CDSC”) payable by you based on the lower of the cost of the shares being redeemed or their NAV at the time of redemption. If shares are held for up to 6 months there will be a CDSC of 1.00%, and if the shares are held for 6 to 18 months there will be a CDSC of 0.75%. Please note that some qualified retirement plans restrict the payment of a CDSC, therefore no sales concessions shall be paid with respect to such plans. Qualified retirement plans should consider purchasing Class I or Class R shares which do not have a CDSC. The Manager reserves the right to alter or change the finder's fee policy at any time at its own discretion.

     

    Reinstatement Privilege

    If you sell Class A shares of a Carillon mutual fund, you may reinvest some or all of those proceeds in Class A shares of a Carillon mutual fund within 90 calendar days without a paying an additional sales charge. You must indicate that you are exercising this privilege when reinvesting your proceeds.

    Please contact us at 1.800.421.4184 with any questions.

     


Please consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses of any fund carefully before investing. Call 1.800.421.4184 or your financial professional for a prospectus, which contains this and other important information about the funds. Read the prospectus carefully before you invest or send money.

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