Carillon Tower Advisors announced its plans to merge several share classes of Carillon Eagle Small Cap Growth and Carillon Eagle Mid Cap Growth. On or about March 1, 2024, both mutual funds’ R3 and R5 share classes will convert into their respective fund’s I shares and the Y shares will convert into A shares. Aside from the little-used Y shares on Small Cap Growth, most of the affected investors in these share classes will likely pay lower fees as a result of moving to cheaper share classes. The upcoming changes do not affect either fund’s Average People and Average Process rating or their overall Morningstar Medalist Ratings.
- NAV / 1-Day Return 80.01 / 0.25 %
- Total Assets 6.1 Bil
Adj. Expense Ratio
- Expense Ratio 0.720%
- Distribution Fee Level Below Average
- Share Class Type Institutional
- Category Mid-Cap Growth
- Investment Style Mid Growth
- Min. Initial Investment 10,000
- Status Open
- TTM Yield —
- Turnover 34%
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- Current Portfolio Date
- Equity Holdings 87
- Bond Holdings 0
- Other Holdings 2
- % Assets in Top 10 Holdings 22.2
Top 10 Holdings
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