The following table provides distribution amounts for the Marsico Funds. Final distributions were paid on December 13, 2019 to shareholders of record as of December 12, 2019.
*Marsico International Opportunities Fund has also elected to pass through foreign tax credits for a portion of the foreign tax paid by the Fund.
On the day a fund distributes a dividend
or capital gain to shareholders, the fund's share price, or net asset value
(NAV), decreases by the amount of the per share distribution to shareholders.
The decline in NAV does not reflect a loss in your overall investment value.
Instead, it indicates that a portion of that value has been given to you as
income or a capital gain. You can either take distributions in cash or reinvest
them, as most shareholders do. If you reinvest the distribution, the number of
shares in your account will increase proportionally, so that the total value of
your account will not be affected by the distribution. Market activity may also
impact the fund's NAV, so the total change in NAV may be more or less than the
If a fund has no distributions or foreign tax
credits to pass through, you will not receive a tax form indicating a
distribution paid. However, a tax form will be generated for any redemption
activity for the calendar year.