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The Fund will acquire the assets and liabilities of the Fiera Capital Emerging Markets Fund, a series of Fiera Capital Series Trust (the “Predecessor Fund”), on or about 9 July 2021 As a result of the acquisition, the Fund is the accounting successor of the Predecessor Fund. Performance results shown herein reflect the performance of the Predecessor Fund. The returns presented for the Predecessor Fund prior to June 4, 2018 reflect the performance of the City National Rochdale Emerging Markets Fund (the “CNR Emerging Markets Fund” or “CRYNX”), which was a series of City National Rochdale Funds. The CNR Emerging Markets Fund was subadvised by Fiera since December 1, 2017. As the result of a reorganization that was completed after the close of business on June 4, 2018, in which the Predecessor Fund acquired all of the assets, subject to the liabilities, of the CNR Emerging Markets Fund, the Predecessor Fund adopted the performance of the CNR Emerging Markets Fund. The CNR Emerging Markets Fund’s investment objectives and strategies were substantially identical to the Predecessor Fund’s investment objectives and strategies. Returns of the CNR Emerging Markets Fund have not been adjusted to reflect the expenses applicable to the Fund. The returns prior to June 4, 2018 are based on the previous performance and the actual fees/expenses of the CNR Emerging Markets Fund. The CNR Emerging Markets Fund’s predecessor, the Rochdale Emerging Markets Portfolio (the “Rochdale Fund” or “RIMIX”) commenced operations on December 14, 2011, as a series of Rochdale Investment Trust, a Delaware statutory trust. The CNR Emerging Markets Fund commenced operations on March 29, 2013, and offered shares for public sale on April 1, 2013, after the reorganization of the Rochdale Fund into the CNR Emerging Markets Fund. The performance results prior to March 29, 2013 are for the Rochdale Fund. Anindya Chatterjee is the portfolio manager primarily responsible for the day-to-day management of the Fund and Mr. Chatterjee managed the Predecessor Fund since the Predecessor Fund’s inception on December 14, 2011. No other persons played a significant part in achieving the performance of the Predecessor Fund. The Fund’s investment objectives and strategies are expected to be substantially identical to the Predecessor Fund.
Any opinions expressed in this presentation may be subject to change without notice. Although statements of fact and data contained in this presentation have been obtained from, and are based upon, sources that Sunbridge Capital believes to be reliable, Sunbridge Capital does not guarantee their accuracy, and any such information may be incomplete or condensed. No representation is made that the information contained herein is accurate or complete, and it may not be relied upon as such. This presentation does not constitute tax, accounting, or legal advice and that the audience should retain their own tax, accounting, or legal adviser regarding such contexts. Investments in emerging markets securities should be made only by informed and qualified investors or experienced professionals who have independent knowledge of the relevant markets, are able to consider and weigh the various risks presented by such securities, and have the financial resources necessary to bear the substantial risk of loss of investment in such instruments.