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Cashflows: Mortgages typically have required monthly interest and principal payments which are collected by servicers of mortgage-backed securities trusts, which in turn distribute these payments to MBS investors.
Bps (Basis point): Denotes the change in interest rates or the yield of a fixed-income security (1/100th of 1%).
Semper Capital Management is an independent investment management firm specializing in mortgage securities and other asset-backed investments.
The Overall Morningstar Rated™ Semper MBS Total Return Fund (SEMMX) invests primarily in mortgage-backed securities (MBS) including residential MBS (RMBS) and commercial MBS (CMBS). The Fund seeks to provide a high level of risk-adjusted current income and capital appreciation.
The Overall Morningstar Rated™ Semper Short Duration Fund (SEMIX) invests primarily in short duration securities in sectors including RMBS and CMBS. The Fund seeks to provide a high level of current income that is consistent with preservation of capital.
All classes offer daily purchases and redemptions. The Institutional Shares have no Rule 12b-1 distribution and service fee and have a higher minimum initial investment than Investor and Class A Shares. Investor and Class A Shares have a 0.25% Rule 12b-1 distribution and service fee.
Total Return Fund
As of 8/31/18 the Semper MBS Total Return Fund received a 5-Star Overall Morningstar Rating™ and 4-Star 3-Year Morningstar Rating™ among 288 Non-Traditional Bond Funds.
Semper Short Duration Fund
As of 8/31/18 the Semper Short Duration Fund received a 5-Star Overall Morningstar Rating™ among 144 Ultrashort Bond Funds and a 5-Star Morningstar Rating™ for both the 3 and 5 year periods among 144 and 112 Ultrashort Bond Funds, respectively.