Funds Series Descriptions

Series A - No-load funds with low investment minimums (typically $500 per fund). These funds pay management fees to RBC GAM. A portion of the management fee is paid by RBC GAM as a trailing commission to the dealer.

Series F – Available to investors who have a fee-based account with their full-service investment dealer. Instead of paying sales charges, investors pay ongoing fees to their dealer for investment advice and other services. These funds pay management fees to RBC GAM.

Advisor Series - Available to investors primarily through full-service investment dealers. These funds pay management fees to RBC GAM. A portion of the management fee is paid by RBC GAM as a trailing commission to the dealer. Investors may choose from initial sales charge, low-load sales charge, or back-end sales charge options.

Series D - No-load funds available to do-it-yourself investors, through RBC Direct Investing, PH&N Investment Services, or other discount brokers. Since self-directed investors choose to manage their own investments, the price of investment advice is not included in the management fee. This is lower than other series and covers the price of portfolio management and service. These funds pay management fees to RBC GAM. A portion of the management fee is paid by RBC GAM as a trailing commission to the dealer.

Series T – No-load funds designed for investors wishing to draw regular tax-efficient income from their non-registered investments. Series aims to pay consistent distributions each month. These funds pay management fees to RBC GAM. A portion of the management fee is paid by RBC GAM as a trailing commission to the dealer.

Series H & I – Not available for purchase by new investors. Existing investors who hold Series H or I units can continue to make additional investments into the fund.

Please consult your advisor and read the prospectus or Fund Facts document before investing. There may be commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses associated with mutual fund investments. Mutual funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated.