Proxy Voting Policies and Procedures

The Board has adopted Proxy Voting Policies and Procedures ("Proxy Policies") wherein the Trust has delegated to each subadviser the responsibility for voting proxies relating to portfolio securities held by each Fund as part of their investment advisory services, subject to the supervision and oversight of Carillon. All such proxy voting duties shall be subject to the Board’s continuing oversight. Notwithstanding this delegation of responsibilities, however, each fund retains the right to vote proxies relating to its portfolio securities. The fundamental purpose of the Proxy Policies is to ensure that each vote will be in a manner that reflects the best interest of each fund and its shareholders, taking into account the value of a Fund’s investments.

Proxy Voting Guidelines
Generally, each subadviser will vote proxies in accordance with the proxy voting guidelines (“Proxy Guidelines”) adopted as part of each Trust’s Proxy Policies. Each subadviser is permitted to vote a proxy based on the best interest of the fund if a proxy presents an issue that is not addressed in the Proxy Guidelines or the Proxy Guidelines provide discretion as to how to vote a proxy. Each subadviser should vote proxies to further the long-term economic value of the underlying securities and in the best interest of the fund and its shareholders.

The Proxy Guidelines distinguish between routine and non-routine proposals. In general, routine proposals are those proposals that do not propose to change the structure, bylaws or operations of the company to the detriment of shareholders. Examples of such proposals would include, among other things, the approval of auditors, election of director and/or officers, liability limitations for directors, and indemnification provisions for directors.

Non-routine proposals would be those proposals more likely to affect the structure and operations of the company, which would have a greater impact on the value of the underlying security. Examples of non-routine proposals would include, among other things, decisions as to corporate restructuring, poison pill provisions, and changes in capitalization. These proposals may require special consideration by a subadviser depending on whether and how they are addressed in the Proxy Guidelines.

Conflicts of Interest
The Proxy Guidelines also address procedures to be used by each subadviser when there is a conflict of interest between the interests of its respective fund shareholders and those of the subadviser, the fund’s principal underwriter or other affiliated persons of the fund. Upon the discovery of a conflict of interest, the subadviser must consult with Carillon to assess the extent to which there may be a material conflict of interest. After such consultation, the subadviser will provide Carillon with pertinent written information as to how and why the proxy was voted in a particular manner. In addition, the subadviser will provide a quarterly report to the Board that includes information as to how the conflict was resolved.

More Information
Information regarding how proxies were voted during the most recent twelve-month period ended June 30 is available without charge, upon request by calling toll-free, 800.421.4184, accessing the following link: Proxy Votes or by accessing the Trust’s most recently filed report on Form N-PX on the SEC's website at In addition, a copy of the Carillon Family of Funds Proxy Voting Guidelines are also available by calling 800.421.4184, and will be sent within three business days of receipt of a request.