City National Rochdale Launches New Closed-End Interval Fund With a Focus on Collateralized Loan Obligations
An investor should consider carefully the Fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. The Fund’s prospectus contains this and other important information about the investment company, and it may be obtained by calling 800-245-9888. Please read it carefully before investing.
The Fund is a newly organized, non-diversified, closed-end management investment company. The Fund has no operating history. The Fund’s shares have no history of public trading and the Fund does not currently intend to list its shares for trading on any national securities exchange. There currently is no secondary market for the Fund’s shares and the Fund expects that no secondary market will develop. The shares are, therefore, not readily marketable. Even if such a market were to develop, shares of closed-end funds frequently trade at prices lower than their net asset value. Even though the Fund will make quarterly repurchase offers to repurchase a portion of the shares to provide some liquidity to shareholders, you should consider the shares to be an illiquid investment. There is no assurance that every investor will be able to tender their respective shares when or in the amount that the investor desires. An investment in the Fund is suitable only for long-term investors who can bear the risks associated with the limited liquidity of the shares. The amount of distributions that the Fund may pay, if any, is uncertain.
Investing involves risk, including possible loss of principal. As with any investment strategy, there is no guarantee that investment objectives will be met, and investors may lose money. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss in a declining market. Investing in international markets carries risks such as currency fluctuation, regulatory risks, and economic and political instability. Emerging markets involve heightened risks related to the same factors as well as increased volatility and lower trading volume. Bonds and bond funds are subject to interest rate risks and will decline in value as interest rates rise. Investing in securities that are not investment grade offers a higher yield but also carries a greater degree of risk of default or downgrade and are more volatile than investment-grade securities, due to the speculative nature of their investments.
Risks associated with bank loans include (i) prepayment risk, which could cause the Fund to reinvest prepayment proceeds in lower-yielding investments; (ii) credit risk; and (iii) price volatility due to such factors as interest rate sensitivity and liquidity. The quality of the collateral underlying the collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) may decline in value or default. Investments in CLO equity and junior debt tranches will likely be subordinate in right of payment to other senior classes of CLO debt. The complex structure of a particular CLO may not be fully understood at the time of investment and may produce disputes with the issuer or unexpected investment results. The value of any collateral or distributions from collateral assets can decline or be insufficient to meet the issuer’s obligations. The Fund may invest in floating-rate loans and similar instruments that may be illiquid or less liquid than other investments. The Fund may invest in distressed investments, which tend to be more volatile and sensitive to changing interest rates and adverse economic conditions than other securities. The Fund may not be able to divest itself of these securities.
The Fund or its underlying investments may utilize derivatives. The market value of the underlying securities and of the derivative instruments relating to those securities may not be proportionate. Derivatives are subject to illiquidity and counterparty risk. The use of leverage by the Fund’s manager may accelerate the velocity of potential losses.
The Fund is subject to the risk that one or more of the securities in which the Fund invests are priced incorrectly, due to factors such as incomplete data, market instability, lack of a liquid secondary market or human error. Restricted and illiquid securities may be difficult to sell for the value at which they are carried, if at all, or at any price within the desired time frame. Investing in restricted and illiquid securities may subject a portfolio to higher costs and liquidity risk.
Concentrating assets in a particular industry, sector of the economy or markets can increase volatility because the investment will be more susceptible to the impact of market, economic, regulatory and other factors affecting that industry or sector compared with a more broadly diversified asset allocation.
The investment manager for the Fund is City National Rochdale LLC, a subsidiary of City National Bank. The City National Rochdale Strategic Credit Fund is distributed by SEI Investments Distribution Co., 1 Freedom Valley Drive, Oaks, PA 19456, which is not affiliated with City National Rochdale, or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries or the sub-advisors.