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International Equity

This Strategy typically invests in international small- and mid-company stocks.
Special Notice:

Effective as of the close of the New York Stock Exchange on April 1, 2016, the purchase and exchange of Fund shares is restricted, subject to certain exceptions. Please see the prospectus for further information.

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Cumulative Total Returns

as of 8/31/16

Since Inception 11/17/97
835%
Performance & Distributions
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International Equity

Gross Expense Ratio:
      1.44%
    Net Expense Ratio:   1.43%

    The performance data quoted represents past performance, which does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principal value of an investment in the Fund will fluctuate so that an investor's shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. Current performance and expense ratios may be lower or higher than the data quoted. Fund returns include changes in share price, reinvested distributions, and a 5.75% maximum sales charge where indicated. Returns do not consider capital gains or income taxes on an individual's investment.

    Cumulative Returns
    • A

    Compare to Indices

    International Small-Mid Company Fund
    VALUE of $10,000.00

    Calendar Year Returns % (w/o sales charge)
    Data as of 9/23/16
      1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 YTD
    • B
    International Small-Mid Company Fund 21.87 66.22 -34.55 -18.60 -8.17 85.05 29.88 33.67 36.53 21.42 -65.97 121.67 37.19 -20.44 22.65 44.87 0.11 14.91 5.37
    MSCI ACWI ex-US SMID Cap (Linked Index) 26.86 10.76 -50.23 62.91 25.21 -18.50 18.52 19.73 -4.03 2.01
    Capital Gains Distributions ($ per share)
    Data as of 9/25/16
      2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
    Short Term
    Long Term
    Total Amount of Distribution
    Record Date
    Ex Div Date
    Pay Date

    There is no guarantee of the payment of any dividend or other distributions at any level.

    The performance data quoted represents past performance, which does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principal value of an investment in the Fund will fluctuate so that an investor's shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. Current performance and expense ratios may be lower or higher than the data quoted. Fund returns include changes in share price, reinvested distributions, and a 5.75% maximum sales charge where indicated. Returns do not consider capital gains or income taxes on an individual's investment.

    Average Annual Total Returns
    • A

    as of 8/31/16

    as of 6/30/16

    • A
    YTD (as of 9/23/16)
    • B
    5.37%
    1 Year 5.29%
    3 Year 12.38%
    5 Year 13.47%
    10 Year 9.46%
    Since Inception 12.63%
    YTD (as of 9/23/16)
    • B
    5.37%
    1 Year -0.76%
    3 Year 10.18%
    5 Year 12.13%
    10 Year 8.82%
    Since Inception 12.28%
    YTD (as of 9/23/16)
    • B
    5.37%
    1 Year 0.42%
    3 Year 12.81%
    5 Year 11.03%
    10 Year 9.41%
    Since Inception 12.46%
    YTD (as of 9/23/16)
    • B
    5.37%
    1 Year -5.35%
    3 Year 10.61%
    5 Year 9.72%
    10 Year 8.76%
    Since Inception 12.11%
    Gross Expense Ratio
    1.44%
    Net Expense Ratio
    1.43%
    NAV
    • C
    as of 9/23/16
    $39.25

    The performance data quoted represents past performance, which does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principal value of an investment in the Fund will fluctuate so that an investor's shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. Current performance and expense ratios may be lower or higher than the data quoted. Fund returns include changes in share price, reinvested distributions, and a 5.75% maximum sales charge where indicated. Returns do not consider capital gains or income taxes on an individual's investment.

    "Year to Date" returns are cumulative, not annualized, and do not reflect sales charges.  These returns would be lower if sales charges were taken into consideration.  Short-term returns may not be indicative of longer-term performance, which should also be considered when making investment decisions.

    Top 20 Stock Holdings By Issuers

    (26.3% of assets) as of 8/31/16

    Lonza Group AG
    2.3%
    Ocado Group plc
    1.9%
    NICE Ltd.
    1.6%
    H. Lundbeck AS
    1.5%
    Rakuten, Inc.
    1.4%
    Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
    1.4%
    Obic Co Ltd.
    1.3%
    ASKUL Corp.
    1.2%
    DENTSPLY SIRONA, Inc.
    1.2%
    Ambu A/S
    1.2%
    XING AG
    1.2%
    Panalpina Welttransport
    1.2%
    CAE, Inc.
    1.2%
    Abcam plc
    1.1%
    SuperGroup plc
    1.1%
    Ossur HF
    1.1%
    Treasury Wine Estate
    1.1%
    Flughafen Zuerick AG
    1.1%
    Tecan Group AG
    1.1%
    Ariake Japan Co. Ltd.
    1.1%
    ×
    • 2.3 %
      Lonza Group AG
    • Engages in the supply of pharmaceutical, healthcare, and life science products
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Switzerland
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY Life Sciences Tools & Services
    ×
    • 1.9 %
      Ocado Group plc
    • Operates online supermarket and sells groceries
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY United Kingdom
    SECTOR Consumer Discretionary
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Internet & Catalog Retail
    ×
    • 1.6 %
      NICE Ltd.
    • Provides solutions that capture, manage and analyze unstructured multimedia content and transactional data
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Israel
    SECTOR Information Technology
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY Software
    ×
    • 1.5 %
      H. Lundbeck AS
    • Engages in the research, development, production and sale of pharmaceuticals for the treatment of brain diseases
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Denmark
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY Pharmaceuticals
    ×
    • 1.4 %
      Rakuten, Inc.
    • Provides variety of services through the Internet, on-line shopping, publishing, golf, consulting, security brokerage, consumer finance, travel agent, employment agent, and insurance services
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Japan
    SECTOR Consumer Discretionary
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY Internet & Catalog Retail
    ×
    • 1.4 %
      Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
    • Provides integrated medical technology
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Germany
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Health Care Equipment & Supplies
    ×
    • 1.3 %
      Obic Co Ltd.
    • Provides system development and integration services
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Japan
    SECTOR Information Technology
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY IT Services
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      ASKUL Corp.
    • Operates mail order office supply shop
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Japan
    SECTOR Consumer Discretionary
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Internet & Catalog Retail
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      DENTSPLY SIRONA, Inc.
    • Manufactures and distributes dental equipment
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY United States
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Health Care Equipment & Supplies
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      Ambu A/S
    • Manufactures and markets diagnostic and life supporting devices for hospitals
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Denmark
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Health Care Equipment & Supplies
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      XING AG
    • Provides online business communication services and networking solutions
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Germany
    SECTOR Information Technology
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Small
    INDUSTRY Internet Software & Services
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      Panalpina Welttransport
    • Provides supply chain solutions through air freight and ocean freight
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Switzerland
    SECTOR Industrials
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Air Freight & Logistics
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      CAE, Inc.
    • Provides simulation and modeling technologies and training services to the civil aviation, defense sectors, healthcare and mining markets
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Canada
    SECTOR Industrials
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Aerospace & Defense
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Abcam plc
    • Produces and distributes research-grade antibodies and associated products
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY United Kingdom
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Biotechnology
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      SuperGroup plc
    • Designs and sells branded premium quality clothing and accessories for men and women
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY United Kingdom
    SECTOR Consumer Discretionary
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Small
    INDUSTRY Specialty Retail
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Ossur HF
    • Provides non-invasive orthopedic products and support services
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Iceland
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Health Care Equipment & Supplies
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Treasury Wine Estate
    • Produces and markets wine
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Australia
    SECTOR Consumer Staples
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY Beverages
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Flughafen Zuerick AG
    • Owns and operates intercontinental airport
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Switzerland
    SECTOR Industrials
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Transportation Infrastructure
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Tecan Group AG
    • Develops, makes, and distributes robotic sample processors and automatic analyzers for use in labs
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Switzerland
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Life Sciences Tools & Services
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Ariake Japan Co. Ltd.
    • Manufactures, processes and sells natural seasonings, agricultural, livestock, marine products and quasi drugs
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Japan
    SECTOR Consumer Staples
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Food Products
    Holdings Breakdown

    as of 8/31/16

    19.9%

    United Kingdom

    18.9%

    Japan

    9.1%

    Switzerland

    7.5%

    Germany

    5.2%

    United States

    4.4%

    France

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    France
    4.4%

    India

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    India
    3.8%

    Denmark

    2.2%

    Italy

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Italy
    1.9%

    Finland

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Finland
    1.8%

    Spain

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Spain
    1.8%

    Ireland

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Ireland
    1.7%

    Netherlands

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Netherlands
    1.7%

    Israel

    1.2%

    Canada

    1.1%

    Belgium

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Belgium
    1.1%

    Iceland

    1.1%

    Australia

    0.7%

    Hong Kong

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Hong Kong
    0.6%

    Argentina

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Argentina
    Developed Markets 7
    Emerging Markets 7
    57.5%

    Europe

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Europe
    21.2%

    Asia Pacific

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Asia Pacific
    6.4%

    Americas

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Americas
    1.7%

    Middle East

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Middle East
    4.4%

    Asia Pacific

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Asia Pacific
    1.1%

    Americas

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Americas
    0.5%

    Europe

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Europe
    24.2%

    Health Care

    16.6%

    Industrials

    15.9%

    Information Technology

    15.6%

    Consumer Discretionary

    10.3%

    Financials

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Financials
    6.5%

    Consumer Staples

    3.8%

    Materials

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Materials
    7.4%

    Internet & Catalog Retail

    7.4%

    Health Care Equipment & Supplies

    6.3%

    Pharmaceuticals

    6.2%

    Biotechnology

    5.0%

    Machinery

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Machinery
    4.8%

    Software

    4.7%

    Trading Companies & Distributors

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Trading Companies & Distributors
    4.3%

    Life Sciences Tools & Services

    3.9%

    Insurance

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Insurance
    3.8%

    Chemicals

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Chemicals
    3.6%

    Internet Software & Services

    3.5%

    Specialty Retail

    3.4%

    IT Services

    2.9%

    Electronic Equipment Instruments & Components

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Electronic Equipment Instruments & Components
    2.6%

    Food Products

    2.1%

    Beverages

    2.0%

    Capital Markets

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Capital Markets
    2.0%

    Banks

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Banks
    1.6%

    Household Durables

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Household Durables
    1.6%

    Transportation Infrastructure

    92.8%

    7.2%

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Net Cash and Equivalents
    24.1%

    Large

    62.4%

    Mid

    13.5%

    Small

    Morningstar
    • D

    as of 8/31/16

    (based on risk adjusted performance)

    Overall Rating
    Number of Funds 122
    Category Foreign Small/Mid Growth
    Risk Measurements

    as of 8/31/16

    Alpha 7.92%
    Beta 0.75
    R-Squared
    74.46
    Sharpe Ratio
    1.09
    Standard Deviation
    11.2%
    Equity Style
    • E
    Total Assets (all classes)
    as of 8/31/16
    $6.6 BN
    Portfolio Statistics

    as of

    Avg Market Cap (weighted) 4.3 BN
    Median Market Cap (weighted) 3.4 BN
    P/E (next 12 months) 23.18
    Price/Book Value (LTM) 3.0
    Investment Minimums
    Initial
    $1,000
    Dividends ($ per share)
    • F
    Est Frequency Annual
    Last Pay Date 12/8/15
    Per Share ($) 0.0250
    12-Month Distribution ($) 0.0250
    Distribution Sources
    Net Income 76.70%
    Net Profit from Sale 23.30%
    Other Capital Sources 0.00%
    Top 20 Stock Holdings By Issuers

    (26.3% of assets) as of 8/31/16

    Lonza Group AG
    2.3%
    Ocado Group plc...
    1.9%
    NICE Ltd.
    1.6%
    H. Lundbeck AS
    1.5%
    Rakuten, Inc.
    1.4%
    Carl Zeiss Medi...
    1.4%
    Obic Co Ltd.
    1.3%
    ASKUL Corp.
    1.2%
    DENTSPLY SIRONA...
    1.2%
    Ambu A/S
    1.2%
    XING AG
    1.2%
    Panalpina Weltt...
    1.2%
    CAE, Inc.
    1.2%
    Abcam plc
    1.1%
    SuperGroup plc
    1.1%
    Ossur HF
    1.1%
    Treasury Wine E...
    1.1%
    Flughafen Zueri...
    1.1%
    Tecan Group AG
    1.1%
    Ariake Japan Co...
    1.1%
    Holdings Breakdown

    as of 8/31/16

    Reset
    19.9%

    United Kingdom

    18.9%

    Japan

    9.1%

    Switzerland

    7.5%

    Germany

    5.2%

    United States

    4.4%

    France

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    France
    4.4%

    India

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    India
    3.8%

    Denmark

    2.2%

    Italy

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Italy
    1.9%

    Finland

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Finland
    1.8%

    Spain

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Spain
    1.8%

    Ireland

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Ireland
    1.7%

    Netherlands

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Netherlands
    1.7%

    Israel

    1.2%

    Canada

    1.1%

    Belgium

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Belgium
    1.1%

    Iceland

    1.1%

    Australia

    0.7%

    Hong Kong

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Hong Kong
    0.6%

    Argentina

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Argentina
    57.5%

    Europe

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Europe
    21.2%

    Asia Pacific

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Asia Pacific
    6.4%

    Americas

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Americas
    1.7%

    Middle East

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Middle East
    4.4%

    Asia Pacific

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Asia Pacific
    1.1%

    Americas

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Americas
    0.5%

    Europe

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Europe
    24.2%

    Health Care

    16.6%

    Industrials

    15.9%

    Information Technology

    15.6%

    Consumer Discretionary

    10.3%

    Financials

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Financials
    6.5%

    Consumer Staples

    3.8%

    Materials

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Materials
    7.4%

    Internet & Catalog Retail

    7.4%

    Health Care Equipment & Supplies

    6.3%

    Pharmaceuticals

    6.2%

    Biotechnology

    5.0%

    Machinery

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Machinery
    4.8%

    Software

    4.7%

    Trading Companies & Distributors

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Trading Companies & Distributors
    4.3%

    Life Sciences Tools & Services

    3.9%

    Insurance

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Insurance
    3.8%

    Chemicals

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Chemicals
    3.6%

    Internet Software & Services

    3.5%

    Specialty Retail

    3.4%

    IT Services

    2.9%

    Electronic Equipment Instruments & Components

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Electronic Equipment Instruments & Components
    2.6%

    Food Products

    2.1%

    Beverages

    2.0%

    Capital Markets

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Capital Markets
    2.0%

    Banks

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Banks
    1.6%

    Household Durables

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Household Durables
    1.6%

    Transportation Infrastructure

    92.8%

    7.2%

    No Top Stock Holdings By Issuers
    in
    Net Cash and Equivalents
    24.1%

    Large

    62.4%

    Mid

    13.5%

    Small

    ×
    • 2.3 %
      Lonza Group AG
    • Engages in the supply of pharmaceutical, healthcare, and life science products
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Switzerland
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY Life Sciences Tools & Services
    ×
    • 1.9 %
      Ocado Group plc
    • Operates online supermarket and sells groceries
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY United Kingdom
    SECTOR Consumer Discretionary
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Internet & Catalog Retail
    ×
    • 1.6 %
      NICE Ltd.
    • Provides solutions that capture, manage and analyze unstructured multimedia content and transactional data
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Israel
    SECTOR Information Technology
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY Software
    ×
    • 1.5 %
      H. Lundbeck AS
    • Engages in the research, development, production and sale of pharmaceuticals for the treatment of brain diseases
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Denmark
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY Pharmaceuticals
    ×
    • 1.4 %
      Rakuten, Inc.
    • Provides variety of services through the Internet, on-line shopping, publishing, golf, consulting, security brokerage, consumer finance, travel agent, employment agent, and insurance services
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Japan
    SECTOR Consumer Discretionary
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY Internet & Catalog Retail
    ×
    • 1.4 %
      Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
    • Provides integrated medical technology
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Germany
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Health Care Equipment & Supplies
    ×
    • 1.3 %
      Obic Co Ltd.
    • Provides system development and integration services
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Japan
    SECTOR Information Technology
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY IT Services
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      ASKUL Corp.
    • Operates mail order office supply shop
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Japan
    SECTOR Consumer Discretionary
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Internet & Catalog Retail
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      DENTSPLY SIRONA, Inc.
    • Manufactures and distributes dental equipment
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY United States
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Health Care Equipment & Supplies
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      Ambu A/S
    • Manufactures and markets diagnostic and life supporting devices for hospitals
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Denmark
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Health Care Equipment & Supplies
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      XING AG
    • Provides online business communication services and networking solutions
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Germany
    SECTOR Information Technology
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Small
    INDUSTRY Internet Software & Services
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      Panalpina Welttransport
    • Provides supply chain solutions through air freight and ocean freight
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Switzerland
    SECTOR Industrials
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Air Freight & Logistics
    ×
    • 1.2 %
      CAE, Inc.
    • Provides simulation and modeling technologies and training services to the civil aviation, defense sectors, healthcare and mining markets
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Canada
    SECTOR Industrials
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Aerospace & Defense
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Abcam plc
    • Produces and distributes research-grade antibodies and associated products
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY United Kingdom
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Biotechnology
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      SuperGroup plc
    • Designs and sells branded premium quality clothing and accessories for men and women
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY United Kingdom
    SECTOR Consumer Discretionary
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Small
    INDUSTRY Specialty Retail
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Ossur HF
    • Provides non-invasive orthopedic products and support services
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Iceland
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Health Care Equipment & Supplies
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Treasury Wine Estate
    • Produces and markets wine
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Australia
    SECTOR Consumer Staples
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Large
    INDUSTRY Beverages
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Flughafen Zuerick AG
    • Owns and operates intercontinental airport
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Switzerland
    SECTOR Industrials
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Transportation Infrastructure
    ×
    • 1.1 %
      Tecan Group AG
    • Develops, makes, and distributes robotic sample processors and automatic analyzers for use in labs
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Switzerland
    SECTOR Health Care
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Life Sciences Tools & Services
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      Ariake Japan Co. Ltd.
    • Manufactures, processes and sells natural seasonings, agricultural, livestock, marine products and quasi drugs
      Source: FactSet
    COUNTRY Japan
    SECTOR Consumer Staples
    ASSET CLASS Equity
    MARKET CAP Mid
    INDUSTRY Food Products

    Management

    Rezo Kanovich

    Managed Fund since 1/12

    Investment Approach

    The portfolio manager invests primarily in small- and mid-cap companies domiciled outside the U.S. that offer opportunities for growth. We look to identify future leaders in the early stages of their growth which can also uncover the potential for multi-year gains for investors.

    Risk Management

    Our team limits exposure to individual companies, industries and sectors, seeking to limit volatility through company quality and diversification. Risk Management Overview

    We conduct rigorous fundamental research to identify individual companies with asymmetrical risk/return opportunities. Risk Management Overview

    At the portfolio level, our experienced investment personnel closely monitor the strategy's positioning, and the active risk resulting from our security selection process and sector allocations. We evaluate factor and style exposure, as well as the ownership and liquidity profile of each security in the portfolio. Risk Management Overview

    Our team proactively manages risk by constructing diversified portfolios across sectors, industry groups and securities. We manage, monitor and limit sector weights relative to specified benchmarks and security position sizes within each portfolio. Risk Management Overview

    Our team closely monitors position size and sector weights; we have limits on active security weights against the benchmark for each strategy we manage. Risk Management Overview

    Risk is managed at the portfolio, strategy and security levels to identify diversified sources of alpha. We mainly focus on currency, interest rates and credit. Positions are sized and monitored according to established limits. Risk Management Overview

    We focus primarily on senior loans in an effort to maintain product integrity and limit duration risk. Risk Management Overview

    The team manages risk at both a strategy and individual security level to help ensure that, when combined, they act as the ballast in an investor’s overall portfolio. Risk Management Overview

    Risk is managed at the portfolio, strategy and security levels to identify diversified sources of alpha. We seek to identify primary and secondary risks of each investment. Diversification of sectors can potentially reduce volatility. Risk Management Overview

    The team manages risk by administering duration limits, limiting portfolio weighted average maturity and conducting thorough credit analysis on individual securities. Risk Management Overview

    The Rochester team has created diverse portfolios designed to mitigate the types of risks that municipal bond investors may encounter. Risk Management Overview

    The Commodities team manages risk on multiple levels, including individual commodity sector levels and overall fund level. Risk Management Overview

    The Real Estate team monitors and manages risk at the security, sector and strategy levels. Risk Management Overview

    The Global Multi-Asset Group monitors and manages risk on an ongoing basis, both at the asset class and portfolio levels. Risk Management Overview

    We emphasize capital preservation by avoiding companies that may cut distributions. We seek to build diversified portfolios comprised of energy and energy related companies with attractive risk-adjusted total return potential. Risk Management Overview

    The Alternative Strategies team evaluates risk on multiple levels, applying numerous risk analysis methods on an ongoing basis in addition to assessing risk impacts of a position prior to making investment decisions. Risk Management Overview

    Risk is monitored by quantitative risk system and managed at many levels – stock, sector, country, and style factors. We seek to diversify the portfolio across the global listed infrastructure market and adhere to an established risk framework, including constraints imposed by position limits versus a benchmark. Risk Management Overview

    We monitor and manage both security and sector weights to the underlying index to ensure that the portfolio is properly tracking its benchmark. Also, partnering with well-known index providers ensures that we hold only high quality securities that pass very stringent profitability and liquidity screens. Risk Management Overview

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    1. 1. Prior to 12/29/15, the Fund’s name was Oppenheimer International Small Company Fund.
    2. 2. As of the close of the New York Stock Exchange on April 1, 2016, the purchase and exchange of Fund shares is restricted, subject to certain exceptions. Please see the prospectus for further information.
    3. 3. Effective 4/1/2016, the Fund’s expense ratios will increase as follows: Gross: A shares: 1.44%, I shares: 1.00%, Y shares: 1.19%. Net: A shares: 1.43%, I shares: 0.99%, Y shares: 1.18%.
    4. 4. Special Risks: Foreign investments may be volatile and involve additional expenses and special risks, including currency fluctuations, foreign taxes, regulatory and geopolitical risks. Emerging and developing market investments may be especially volatile. Eurozone investments may be subject to volatility and liquidity issues. Investments in securities of growth companies may be volatile. Small and mid-sized company stock is typically more volatile than that of larger company stock. It may take a substantial period of time to realize a gain on an investment in a small-sized or mid-sized company, if any gain is realized at all. Investing significantly in a particular region, industry, sector or issuer may increase volatility and risk.
    5. 5. The net expense ratio (where applicable) also takes into account contractual fee waivers and/or expense reimbursements without which performance would have been less. These undertakings may not be amended or withdrawn for one year from the date of the current prospectus, unless approved by the Board.
    6. 6. Access index definitions.
    7. 7. Holdings are subject to change, and are dollar weighted based on total net assets. Negative weightings may result from the use of leverage. Leverage involves the use of various financial instruments or borrowed capital in an attempt to increase investment return. Leverage risks include potential for higher volatility, greater decline of the fund's net asset value and fluctuations of dividends and distributions paid by the fund.
    8. 8. Holdings are subject to change, are dollar-weighted based on assets, and may not reflect the use of leverage in the Fund.
    9. A. The performance data quoted represents past performance, which does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principal value of an investment in the Fund will fluctuate so that an investor's shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. Current performance and expense ratios may be lower or higher than the data quoted. Fund returns include changes in share price, reinvested distributions, and a 5.75% maximum sales charge where indicated. Returns do not consider capital gains or income taxes on an individual's investment.
    10. B. "Year to Date" returns are cumulative, not annualized, and do not reflect sales charges.  These returns would be lower if sales charges were taken into consideration.  Short-term returns may not be indicative of longer-term performance, which should also be considered when making investment decisions.
    11. C. Daily net asset value and dollar change of the fund is as of the previous business day's closing. Fund net asset values are updated at approximately 7 p.m. ET daily.
    12. D. Class A shares rated 5 stars overall by Morningstar among  122  Foreign Small/Mid Growth funds for the 3-, 5-, and 10 year period ended 8/31/16 based on risk-adjusted performance.
    13. E. OppenheimerFunds' equity style box is based on the portfolio's overall targeted capitalization range and relative valuation as determined by OFI.
    14. F. There is no guarantee of the payment of any dividend or other distributions at any level.
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