The Fund seeks to provide above average capital appreciation over the long term while attempting to minimize the risk of capital loss.
Seek genuine bargains and hold cash when opportunities are scarce.
Invest across market caps, sectors, and geographies employing a benchmark indifferent style.
Focus on best ideas, typically 25-35 holdings.
Fund Facts are as of September 30, 2020 unless otherwise noted.
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.
The Fund’s Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses (as of most recent prospectus) is 1.34%. First Pacific Advisors, LP (the “Adviser” or “FPA”), the Fund’s investment adviser, has contractually agreed to reimburse the Fund for Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses in excess of 1.29% of the average net assets of the Fund (excluding brokerage fees and commissions, interest, taxes, fees and expenses of other funds in which the Fund invests, and extraordinary expenses, including litigation expenses not incurred in the Fund’s ordinary course of business) through April 30, 2021. This agreement may only be terminated earlier by the Fund’s Board of Directors (the “Board”) or upon termination of the Advisory Agreement.
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