Portfolio Managers

William W. Smead

Lead Portfolio Manager

William Smead is the Lead Portfolio Manager of the Smead U.S. Value UCITS Fund. Bill is the founder of Smead Capital Management. He is the final decision-maker for all investment and portfolio decisions as well as reviewing the implementation of those decisions in the firm’s separate accounts and mutual funds, including the Smead U.S. Value UCITS Fund. He has appeared on CNBC and Bloomberg TV in addition to being quoted by news publications such as Reuters, Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal.

William began his career in the investment business with Drexel Burnham Lambert in 1980. He left Drexel Burham Lambert in 1989 as First Vice President/Assistant Manager and joined Oppenheimer & Co. William left Oppenheimer & Co. and joined Smith Barney in 1990, and he became a registered investment adviser in 1993. He was with Smith Barney until September 2001, when he joined Wachovia Securities and became the Managing Director/Portfolio Manager of Smead Investment Group of Wachovia Securities. William was with Wachovia Securities until the founding of Smead Capital Management in July 2007.

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Tony A. Scherrer, CFA

Co-Portfolio Manager

Tony is the Co-Portfolio Manager of the Smead U.S. Value UCITS Fund. Tony is the Director of Research at Smead Capital Management and is jointly responsible for the day-to-day management of the firm's separate accounts and mutual funds, including the Smead U.S. Value UCITS Fund.

Prior to joining Smead Capital Management, Mr. Scherrer served as Vice President and Senior Portfolio Manager for U.S. Trust Company from April 2005 through November 2007, where he managed the investment portfolios of high-net-worth clients, not-for-profit organizations and corporations. Previously, he served at Smith Barney Asset Management. Tony has more than 14 years of experience in the investment industry and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation. Mr. Scherrer is a graduate of Seattle Pacific University. He is a member of the CFA Institute and the CFA Society of Seattle.

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Cole Smead, CFA

Co-Portfolio Manager

Whitman College, B.A. Economics/History, 2006

Cole is a member of the investment committee that oversees the management of the firm’s separate accounts and mutual funds, including the Smead U.S. Value UCITS Fund.

Before joining Smead Capital Management, Cole was a Financial Advisor at Wachovia Securities in Scottsdale, AZ. Cole graduated from Whitman College in 2006 with a degree in both Economics and History and received the CFA designation in 2011. He is a member of the CFA Institute and the CFA Society of Seattle.

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Smead US Value UCITS Fund Disclosure

Smead Funds - Smead US Value UCITS Fund, incorporated on December 4, 2015, is a UCITS organized as an investment company with variable capital, with one sub-fund (Société d’investissement à capital variable, “SICAV”) under the laws of Luxembourg, and is regulated by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (“CSSF”) which is the Luxembourg supervisory authority.

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These agreements may be amended by mutual agreement of the parties involved. Luxembourg taxation regime may have an impact on the personal tax position of the investors. Depending on your own country of residence, this might have an impact on your investment. For further details you should consult a tax adviser. The latest prices of share class of the Fund can be found at the depositary and at all distributors or on the Delegated Manager website (www.smeadcap.com). The assets and the liabilities of the sub-fund are segregated by law. Shareholders may request at any time the conversion of all or part of their holdings into shares of another category and/ or class of shares. There are no conversion fees. For more details on how to exercise that right refer to the Fund’s prospectus. Duff & Phelps (Luxembourg) Management Company S.à r.l. was appointed as Management Company of the Fund with effect 4 December 2015 and may be held liable solely on the basis of any statement contained in this document that is misleading, inaccurate or inconsistent with the relevant parts of the prospectus for the Fund. Smead Capital Management is the Delegated manager of this sub-fund. This fund is authorized in Luxembourg and regulated by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier. Duff & Phelps (Luxembourg) Management Company S.à r.l. is authorized in Luxembourg and regulated by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier. This key investor information is accurate as at 22/02/2016.

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