Mutual funds are sold by prospectus. A prospectus containing more information, including investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses can be obtained by contacting your investment professional or the mutual fund company. The prospectus contains this and other information about the fund. Please read and consider the information carefully before investing.
Risks: All mutual funds are subject to market risk. Please see the prospectus for the specific risks associated with an investment in a fund.
***Compensation to Wells Fargo Advisors
Wells Fargo Advisors receives compensation from mutual fund complexes on all no transaction fee funds and some transaction fee funds. Wells Fargo Advisors receives:
a) Trails or trailing commissions. The firm may receive ongoing payments in the form of 12b-1 fees ("trails") for marketing and distribution services, which are outlined in the fund prospectus.
b) Networking / Omnibus fees. Fees designed to compensate Wells Fargo Advisors for providing varying degrees of customer account and administrative services for those Wells Fargo Advisors client accounts holding mutual funds. The following are examples of networking and omnibus platform services: the processing of purchases, redemptions and exchanges, check processing, dividend reinvestments, preparation and mailing of consolidated account statements, delivery of fund proxies and shareholder materials, tax reporting, maintaining ownership records, and other sub accounting and record-keeping services; and/or
c) Revenue Sharing fees. Fees paid to Wells Fargo Advisors for providing continuing due diligence, training, operations and systems support and marketing with respect to mutual fund companies and their funds. Revenue sharing fees are usually paid by the fund's distributor, investment advisor, or an affiliate of the fund, as a percentage of Wells Fargo Advisors' aggregate value of client assets invested in the funds.
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