Fund returns as of the current month end,* (unless otherwise noted)

Details Sales
Charge
YTD*
as of
1
Year
3
Year
5
Year
10
Year
Since
Inception
Inception
Date
Expense
Ratio
Share Class: A
Symbol: ETAFX
CUSIP: 14214L353
Excluded Gross Expense Ratio
2.70%
Net Expense Ratio
(after waivers)
1.25%
Included
Share Class: C**
Symbol: ETDFX
CUSIP: 14214L346
Excluded Gross Expense Ratio
3.48%
Net Expense Ratio
(after waivers)
2.00%
Included
Share Class: I1
Symbol: ETIFX
CUSIP: 14214L338
N/A Gross Expense Ratio
2.50%
Net Expense Ratio
(after waivers)
0.95%
Share Class: Y2
Symbol: ETYFX
CUSIP: 14214L288
N/A Gross Expense Ratio
3.40%
Net Expense Ratio
(after waivers)
1.25%
Share Class: R33
Symbol: ETRFX
CUSIP: 14214L320
N/A Gross Expense Ratio
3.57%
Net Expense Ratio
(after waivers)
1.50%
Share Class: R53
Symbol: ETSFX
CUSIP: 14214L312
N/A Gross Expense Ratio
2.68%
Net Expense Ratio
(after waivers)
0.95%
Share Class: R63
Symbol: ETUFX
CUSIP: 14214L296
N/A Gross Expense Ratio
3.00%
Net Expense Ratio
(after waivers)
0.85%

*Year-to-date returns are usually updated by 6:30pm, Eastern Time, the current business day.

**The Carillon Family of Funds will convert class C share accounts that are more than 10 years old to class A shares on the third of each month. Shareholders may continue to purchase shares in either class, but will be required to pay a sales charge on new purchases of Class A shares.

Performance data quoted represents past performance which does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principal value will fluctuate so that shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Net performance reflects a front-end sales charge of 4.75% for class A shares. A 1% contingent deferred sales charge for class C shares is charged on redemptions made within 12 months of purchase, but not at one year. The fundís investment adviser, Carillon Tower Advisers, Inc. has contractually agreed to waive or reimburse certain fees and expenses through Feb. 29, 2020. Carillon Tower Advisers may recoup previously waived expenses that it assumes within the following two fiscal years. Performance data quoted reflects reinvested dividends and capital gains. Returns less than one year are not annualized. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance data quoted.

As with all investing, there is the risk that an unexpected change in the market or within a holding itself may have an adverse effect on the fund. The biggest risk of investing is that returns can fluctuate and investors can lose money.

An investment in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) structured as a mutual fund involves the risk of losing money and should be considered as part of an overall program, not a complete investment program. An investment in ETFs involves additional risks: non-diversified, the risks of price volatility, competitive industry pressure, international political and economic developments, possible trading halts, and index tracking error. The fund is a ďfund of funds.Ē Investments are concentrated in underlying funds and fund performance is directly related to the performance of underlying funds. The ability of the fund to achieve its investment objective is directly related to the ability of the underlying funds to meet their investment objectives.

Tactical allocation investing presents specific risks, such as currency fluctuations, differences in financial accounting standards as well as potential political and economic instability. As with all equity investing, there is the risk that an unexpected change in the market or an ETF's holdings may have an adverse effect on its net asset value and total return. The biggest risk of equity investing is that returns can fluctuate and investors can lose money.

Investing in small- and mid-cap stocks generally involves greater risks, and therefore, may not be appropriate for every investor. Stocks of smaller or newer or mid-sized companies may be more likely to realize more substantial growth as well as suffer more significant losses than larger or more established issuers. Small- and mid-cap companies generally involve greater risks than investing in larger capitalization companies. They often have narrower commercial markets, more limited managerial and financial resources, and more volatile trading than larger, more established companies.

Specific sector investing such as real estate can be subject to different and greater risks than more diversified investments. Declines in the value of real estate, economic conditions, property taxes, tax laws and interest rates all present potential risks to real estate investments.

International investing involves special risks, including currency fluctuations, different financial accounting standards, and possible political and economic volatility.

Investing in emerging markets can be riskier than investing in well-established foreign markets. Emerging and developing markets may be less liquid and more volatile because they tend to reflect economic structures that are generally less diverse and mature and political systems that may be less stable than those in more developed countries.

Because the fund normally will hold a focused portfolio of fewer holdings than many other diversified funds, the increase or decrease of the value of a single security may have a greater impact on the fundís net asset value and total return.

There is an inverse relationship between interest rate movements and fixed income prices. Generally, when interest rates rise, fixed income prices fall and when interest rates fall, fixed income prices generally rise. Bond and bond fund investors should carefully consider risks such as: interest rate risk, credit risk, liquidity risk and inflation risk.

High-yield (below investment grade) bonds are not suitable for all investors and may present greater credit risk than other bonds.

Commodities risk is the risk that investments in commodities, such as gold, or in commodity-linked instruments, will subject an underlying fundís portfolio to volatility that may also deviate from price movements in equity and fixed income securities. Commodities trading is generally considered speculative because of the significant potential for investment loss. Among the factors that could affect the value of the fundís investments in commodities are cyclical economic conditions, sudden political events, changes in sectors affecting a particular industry or commodity, and adverse international monetary policies. Markets for precious metals and other commodities are likely to be volatile and there may be sharp price fluctuations even during periods when prices overall are rising.

Please call 1.800.421.4184 for more information.

(1) Class I shares are available for qualified institutions and individual investors purchasing shares for their own account with a minimum initial investment of $10,000. Qualified institutions include corporations, banks, insurance companies, endowments, foundations and trusts.

(2) Class Y shares have no initial sales charge or deferred sales charge but are subject to ongoing Rule 12b-1 fees of up to 0.25% of their average daily net assets. They are available to individual investors with a minimum purchase amount is $1,000 for regular accounts, $100 for retirement accounts and $100 through a periodic investment program, with a minimum subsequent investment plan of $50 per month.

(3) Class R-3, R-5 or R-6 shares are available for purchase through eligible employer sponsored retirement plans (including 401(k) plans, 403(b) plans, 457 plans and profit-sharing plans) in which the employer, plan sponsor or other administrator ("Plan Administrator") has entered into an agreement with the Distributor.