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Palmer Square manages portfolios of structured credit, credit and multi-strategy credit with the intent to achieve high risk-adjusted returns over market cycles. Palmer Square is also a manager of and investor in Collateralized Loan Obligations ("CLOs").

Mutual Funds

Income Plus Fund

The Fund seeks to provide income by investing in a diversified portfolio of both ᅠᅠinvestment grade as well as non-investment grade floating rate securities. Advisors must obtain approval to purchase the Fund.

Opportunistic Income Fund

The Fund seeks a high level of current income, as well as long-term capital appreciation by investing in a diversified portfolio of both investment grade as well as non-investment grade floating rate securities. Advisors must obtain approval to purchase the Fund.

Ultra-Short Duration Investment Grade Fund

The Fund seeks a high level of income consistent with preservation of capital. Flexible approach which invests primarily in an actively-managed portfolio of high quality bonds across corporates, asset-backed securities, and CLOs. Designed to be a high quality, ultra short term fixed income substitute that has low interest rate and spread duration yet generates income and has potential for total return.

Strategic Credit Fund

The Fund's strategy is to provide an investment solution which is designed with the intent to achieve absolute returns over market cycles with low beta 1ᅠ and correlation 2 ᅠᅠto the traditional equity and fixed income markets. The Fund has a heavy emphasis on credit.

Alternative Income Fund

The Fund seeks absolute returns by employing a highly skilled alternative income strategy focused around convertible bonds. The Fund also seeks to provide income.

1 Beta - describes an investment’s volatility in relation to that of the stock or bond market as a whole. For example, the S&P 500 is typically considered to be ‘the equity market’ and it has a beta of 1.0. A stock that exhibits more volatility than the S&P 500 is said to have a beta of greater than 1.0 while a stock that exhibits less volatile than the S&P 500 is said to have a beta of less than 1.0.

2 Correlation - the extent to which the returns of different types of investments move in tandem with one another in response to changing economic and market conditions. Correlation is measured on a scale of -1 (negatively correlated) to +1 (completely correlated). Low correlation or negative correlation to traditional stocks and bonds may help reduce risk in a portfolio and provide downside protection.

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