The Fund seeks to generate equity-like returns over the long-term, take less risk than the market and avoid permanent impairment of capital.
Investments require a compelling risk/reward proposition on an absolute basis.
Invest across capital structure, geographies, sectors and market caps.
Independent, bottom-up, fundamental research process seeking to minimize risk.
Fund Facts are as of December 31, 2022 unless otherwise noted, and are for the Institutional Class shares. Morningstar Analyst Rating is as of March 23, 2022.
* Net Expense Ratio includes a contractual fee waiver, which is in place through April 30, 2023. The Adjusted Expense Ratio is the same as the Net Expense Ratio, but also excludes short sale dividend and interest expense equal to 0.09%, none of which is paid to FPA.
Fund Inception reflects the date when the Fund was first available for purchase under FPA management.
FPA Manager Inception Reflects the date the current portfolio managers began managing the Fund.
Effective September 4, 2020, the current single class of shares of the Fund was renamed the Institutional Class shares and has the same ticker symbol (FPACX). In addition, effective September 4, 2020, the management fees for the Institutional Class includes both an advisory fee of 0.93% and class-specific administrative service fee of 0.07%. For additional information about the administrative service fee please see the Prospectus.
FPA was awarded the Morningstar US Allocation Fund Manager of the Year in 2013. The US Allocation Fund Manager of the Year winners are chosen based on research and in-depth qualitative evaluation by Morningstar’s Manager Research Group. Nominations are made by Morningstar manager research analysts, then narrowed to a list of finalists by each asset-class team. The entire analyst team meets to debate the merits of the finalists in each asset class. Voting commences immediately after each asset-class meeting, and nominees receiving the most votes are the winners.
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