Please see the prospectus for a complete discussion of Fund risks. There can be no assurances that the investment objectives of any Fund will be met. The Funds are subject to the risks described below.

AHL Managed Futures Strategy

Investing in derivative instruments involves liquidity, credit, interest rate and market risks. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. Quantitative models may not perform as expected and may result in losses for the Fund. Investing in foreign and emerging market securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Regulatory changes may impair the Fund’s ability to qualify for federal income tax treatment as a regulated investment company, which could result in the Fund and shareholders incurring significant income tax expense. The Fund may have high portfolio turnover risk, which could increase the Fund’s transaction costs and possibly have a negative impact on performance. Because the Fund may invest in fewer issuers than a more diversified portfolio, the fluctuating value of a single holding may have a greater effect on the value of the Fund.

AHL Multi-Alternatives Fund

Derivative instruments may be highly sensitive to market factors, have less liquidity than other investments and involve the potential for losses to exceed the amount invested. Diversification does not assure a profit nor protect against loss. Quantitative models may not perform as expected and may result in losses for the Fund. Investing in foreign and emerging markets may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Regulatory changes may impair the Fund’s ability to qualify for federal income tax treatment as a regulated investment company, which could result in the Fund and shareholders incurring significant income tax expense. The Fund may have high portfolio turnover risk, which could increase the Fund’s transaction costs and possibly have a negative impact on performance. Because the Fund may invest in fewer issuers than a more diversified portfolio, the fluctuating value of a single holding may have a greater effect on the value of the Fund. Please see the prospectus for a complete discussion of the Fund’s risks. There can be no assurances that the investment objectives of this Fund will be met.

AHL TargetRisk

Investing in derivative instruments involves liquidity, credit, interest rate and market risks. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. Quantitative models may not perform as expected and may result in losses for the Fund. Investments in high-yield securities (commonly referred to as “junk bonds”) are subject to greater levels of credit, interest rate, market and liquidity risks than investment-grade securities. In a period of sustained deflation, inflation index-linked securities may not pay any income and may suffer a loss. Investing in foreign and emerging market securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Regulatory changes may impair the Fund’s ability to qualify for federal income tax treatment as a regulated investment company, which could result in the Fund and shareholders incurring significant income tax expense. The Fund may have high portfolio turnover risk, which could increase the Fund’s transaction costs and possibly have a negative impact on performance. Because the Fund may invest in fewer issuers than a more diversified portfolio, the fluctuating value of a single holding may have a greater effect on the value of the Fund.

AHL Trend

Derivative instruments, including futures contracts and foreign currency forward contracts, may be highly sensitive to market factors, have less liquidity than other investments and involve the potential for losses to exceed the amount invested. Futures contracts may not produce the desired results due to lack of correlation with the underlying assets. The Fund’s ability to invest long and short in a trend-following strategy does not assure that the Fund can avoid losses. Diversification does not assure a profit nor protect against loss. Investing in foreign markets may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Quantitative models may not perform as expected and may result in losses for the Fund. The Fund may distribute higher capital gains than other ETFs. Regulatory changes may impair the Fund’s ability to qualify for federal income tax treatment as a regulated investment company, which could result in the Fund and shareholders incurring significant income tax expense. Because the Fund may invest in fewer issuers than a more diversified portfolio, the fluctuating value of a single holding may have a greater effect on the value of the Fund.

ARK Transformational Innovation

Because the Fund may invest in fewer issuers than a more diversified portfolio, the fluctuating value of a single holding may have a greater effect on the value of the Fund. Companies that the sub-advisor believes are capitalizing on disruptive innovation and developing technologies to displace older technologies or create new markets may not in fact do so. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Information Technology sector companies may face intense competition and rapid product obsolescence, have limited product lines, markets, financial resources or personnel, and lose patent, copyright and trademark protections. Investing in Health Care sector companies involves risk due to government regulations, product litigation, competitive forces, and loss of patent protection. The Fund’s incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations. The Fund participates in a securities lending program.

Balanced

The use of fixed-income securities entails interest rate and credit risks. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. Credit risk is the risk that the issuer of a bond will fail to make timely payment of interest or principal; the decline in an issuer’s credit rating can cause the price of its bonds to go down. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Investing in value stocks may limit downside risk over time; however, the Fund may produce more modest gains than riskier stock funds as a trade-off for this potentially lower risk. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Financial sector companies are heavily regulated and particularly sensitive to interest rate fluctuations. The use of futures contracts for cash management may subject the Fund to losing more money than invested. The Fund participates in a securities lending program.

Bridgeway Large Cap Growth

Growth stocks typically are more volatile than value stocks; however, value stocks have a lower expected growth rate in earnings and sales. Quantitative models may not perform as expected and may result in losses for the Fund. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Information Technology sector companies may face intense competition and rapid product obsolescence, have limited product lines, markets, financial resources or personnel, and lose patent, copyright and trademark protections. Although the Fund is managed pursuant to a tax management strategy, the Fund’s investments could create capital gains. The use of futures contracts for cash management may subject the Fund to losing more money than invested. The Fund participates in a securities lending program. The Fund’s incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations.

Bridgeway Large Cap Value

Investing in value stocks may limit downside risk over time; however, the Fund may produce more modest gains than riskier stock funds as a trade-off for this potentially lower risk. Quantitative models may not perform as expected and may result in losses for the Fund. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks.. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Financial sector companies are heavily regulated and particularly sensitive to interest rate fluctuations. Although the Fund is managed pursuant to a tax management strategy, the Fund’s investments could create capital gains. The use of futures contracts for cash management may subject the Fund to losing more money than invested. The Fund participates in a securities lending program. The Fund’s incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations.

Developing World Income

Investing in foreign developing countries, including emerging and frontier market securities, may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks, such as lower incomes, less integrated financial markets, smaller economies, and less mature political systems compared to developed countries. Geopolitical and other events have led to market disruptions causing adverse changes in the value of investments broadly. Changes in value may be temporary or may last for extended periods. Investing in derivative instruments involves liquidity, credit, interest rate and market risks. The use of fixed-income securities entails interest rate and credit risks. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. Credit risk is the risk that the issuer of a bond will fail to make timely payment of interest or principal; the decline in an issuer’s credit rating can cause the price of its bonds to go down. Investments in high-yield securities (commonly referred to as “junk bonds”), including restricted securities, are subject to greater levels of credit, interest rate, market and liquidity risks than investment-grade securities. The Fund’s incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations.

EAM International Small Cap

Investing in small-capitalization stocks may involve greater volatility and lower liquidity than larger company stocks. Growth stocks typically are more volatile than value stocks; however, value stocks have a lower expected growth rate in earnings and sales. Investing in foreign and emerging market securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in a particular country or geographic region, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting that country or region. The Fund may have high portfolio turnover risk, which could increase the Fund’s transaction costs and possibly have a negative impact on performance. Geopolitical and other events have led to market disruptions causing adverse changes in the value of investments broadly. Changes in value may be temporary or may last for extended periods. The use of futures contracts for cash management may subject the Fund to losing more money than invested. The Fund participates in a securities lending program. Please see the prospectus for a complete discussion of the Fund’s risks.

FEAC Floating Rate Income

Investments in high-yield securities (commonly referred to as "junk bonds"), including loans, CLOs, restricted securities and floating-rate securities, are subject to greater levels of credit, interest rate, market and liquidity risks than investment-grade securities. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. Credit risk is the risk that a debt issuer will fail to make timely payment of interest or principal; the decline in an issuer's credit rating can cause the price of its debt securities to go down. In addition, loans are subject to the risk that the Fund may not be able to obtain the collateral securing the loan in a timely manner, and the value of the collateral may not cover the amount owed on the loan. Geopolitical and other events have led to market disruptions causing adverse changes in the value of investments broadly. Changes in value may be temporary or may last for extended periods. The Fund's incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations.

Garcia Hamilton Quality Bond

The use of fixed-income securities entails interest rate and credit risks. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. Credit risk is the risk that the issuer of a bond will fail to make timely payment of interest or principal; the decline in an issuer’s credit rating can cause the price of its bonds to go down. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Financial sector companies are heavily regulated and particularly sensitive to interest rate fluctuations. The Fund’s incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations.

International Equity

Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Investing in value stocks may limit downside risk over time; however, the Fund may produce more modest gains than riskier stock funds as a trade-off for this potentially lower risk. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Financial sector companies are heavily regulated and particularly sensitive to interest rate fluctuations. The Fund’s incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations. The use of futures contracts for cash management may subject the Fund to losing more money than invested. The Fund participates in a securities lending program.

Large Cap Value

Investing in value stocks may limit downside risk over time; however, the Fund may produce more modest gains than riskier stock funds as a trade-off for this potentially lower risk. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Financial sector companies are heavily regulated and particularly sensitive to interest rate fluctuations. The Fund’s incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations. The use of futures contracts for cash management may subject the Fund to losing more money than invested. The Fund participates in a securities lending program.

NIS Core Plus Bond

The use of fixed-income securities entails interest rate and credit risks. Investments in high-yield securities (commonly referred to as “junk bonds”), including loans, restricted securities and floating-rate securities, are subject to greater levels of credit, interest rate, market and liquidity risks than investment-grade securities. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. Credit risk is the risk that the issuer of a bond will fail to make timely payment of interest or principal; the decline in an issuer’s credit rating can cause the price of its bonds to go down. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Geopolitical and other events have led to market disruptions causing adverse changes in the value of investments broadly. Changes in value may be temporary or may last for extended periods. The Fund may have high portfolio turnover risk, which could increase the Fund’s transaction costs and possibly have a negative impact on performance.

Shapiro Equity Opportunities

Investing in value stocks may limit downside risk over time; however, the Fund may produce more modest gains than riskier stock funds as a trade-off for this potentially lower risk. Investing in small- and medium-capitalization stocks may involve greater volatility and lower liquidity than larger company stocks. Because the Fund may invest in fewer issuers than a more diversified portfolio, the fluctuating value of a single holding may have a greater effect on the value of the Fund. The Fund participates in a securities lending program.

Shapiro SMID Cap Equity

Investing in value stocks may limit downside risk over time; however, the Fund may produce more modest gains than riskier stock funds as a trade-off for this potentially lower risk. Investing in small- and medium-capitalization stocks may involve greater volatility and lower liquidity than larger company stocks. Because the Fund may invest in fewer issuers than a more diversified portfolio, the fluctuating value of a single holding may have a greater effect on the value of the Fund. The Fund participates in a securities lending program.

SiM High Yield Opportunities

Investments in high-yield securities (commonly referred to as “junk bonds”), including loans, CLOs, restricted securities and floating-rate securities, are subject to greater levels of credit, interest rate, market and liquidity risks than investment-grade securities. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. Credit risk is the risk that the issuer of a bond will fail to make timely payment of interest or principal; the decline in an issuer’s credit rating can cause the price of its bonds to go down. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Consumer Staples companies are sensitive to commodities and energy prices, availability of underlying commodities, and government regulation. Investing in foreign and emerging market securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Investing in derivative instruments involves liquidity, credit, interest rate and market risks. Geopolitical and other events have led to market disruptions causing adverse changes in the value of investments broadly. Changes in value may be temporary or may last for extended periods.

Small Cap Value

Investing in small-capitalization stocks may involve greater volatility and lower liquidity than larger company stocks. Investing in value stocks may limit downside risk over time; however, the Fund may produce more modest gains than riskier stock funds as a trade-off for this potentially lower risk. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Financial sector companies are heavily regulated and particularly sensitive to interest rate fluctuations. The Fund’s incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations. The use of futures contracts for cash management may subject the Fund to losing more money than invested. The Fund participates in a securities lending program.

SSI Alternative Income Fund

The use of fixed-income securities, including convertible securities, entails interest rate and credit risks. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. In addition, the value of a convertible security could fluctuate based on the value of the underlying stock. Credit risk is the risk that the issuer of a bond will fail to make timely payment of interest or principal; the decline in an issuer’s credit rating can cause the price of its bonds to go down. Investing in derivative instruments involves liquidity, credit, interest rate and market risks. Investments in high-yield securities (commonly referred to as “junk bonds”), including restricted securities and floating-rate securities, are subject to greater levels of credit, interest rate, market and liquidity risks than investment-grade securities. Short sales involve special risks, including greater reliance on the sub-advisor’s ability to accurately anticipate the future value of a security or instrument; the Fund’s losses are potentially unlimited in a short sale. Investing in foreign and emerging market securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Investing in small- and medium-capitalization stocks may involve greater volatility and lower liquidity than larger company stocks. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Financial sector companies are heavily regulated and particularly sensitive to interest rate fluctuations.

Stephens Mid-Cap Growth

Growth stocks typically are more volatile than value stocks; however, value stocks have a lower expected growth rate in earnings and sales. Investing in medium-capitalization stocks may involve greater volatility and lower liquidity than larger company stocks. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Information Technology sector companies may face intense competition and rapid product obsolescence, have limited product lines, markets, financial resources or personnel, and lose patent, copyright and trademark protections. The Fund participates in a securities lending program.

Stephens Small Cap Growth

Growth stocks typically are more volatile than value stocks; however, value stocks have a lower expected growth rate in earnings and sales. Investing in small-capitalization stocks may involve greater volatility and lower liquidity than larger company stocks. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Information Technology sector companies may face intense competition and rapid product obsolescence, have limited product lines, markets, financial resources or personnel, and lose patent, copyright and trademark protections. Investing in Health Care sector companies involves risk due to government regulations, product litigation, competitive forces, and loss of patent protection. The Fund participates in a securities lending program.

The London Company Income Equity

Investing in medium-capitalization stocks may involve greater volatility and lower liquidity than larger company stocks. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Investing in dividend-paying stocks may result in less earnings growth or capital appreciation than investing in non-dividend paying stocks. Because the Fund may invest in fewer issuers than a more diversified portfolio, the fluctuating value of a single holding may have a greater effect on the value of the Fund. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Information Technology sector companies may face intense competition and rapid product obsolescence, have limited product lines, markets, financial resources or personnel, and lose patent, copyright and trademark protections. The use of futures contracts for cash management may subject the Fund to losing more money than invested. The Fund participates in a securities lending program.

TwentyFour Strategic Income

The use of fixed-income securities entails interest rate and credit risks. Investing in derivative instruments involves liquidity, credit, interest rate and market risks. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. Credit risk is the risk that the issuer of a bond will fail to make timely payment of interest or principal; the decline in an issuer’s credit rating can cause the price of its bonds to go down. Investments in high-yield securities (commonly referred to as “junk bonds”), including loans, CLOs, restricted securities and floating-rate securities, are subject to greater levels of credit, interest rate, market and liquidity risks than investment-grade securities. The Fund may have high portfolio turnover risk, which could increase the Fund’s transaction costs and possibly have a negative impact on performance. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Financial sector companies are heavily regulated and particularly sensitive to interest rate fluctuations. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in a particular country or geographic region, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting that country or region. Investing in foreign and emerging market securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. Geopolitical and other events have led to market disruptions causing adverse changes in the value of investments broadly. Changes in value may be temporary or may last for extended periods. The Fund’s incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations.

TwentyFour Sustainable Short Term Bond

The use of fixed-income securities entails interest rate and credit risks. Investing in derivative instruments involves liquidity, credit, interest rate and market risks. Interest rate risk is the risk that debt securities will decrease in value with increases in market interest rates. Credit risk is the risk that the issuer of a bond will fail to make timely payment of interest or principal; the decline in an issuer’s credit rating can cause the price of its bonds to go down. Investments in high-yield securities (commonly referred to as “junk bonds”), including loans, CLOs, restricted securities and floating-rate securities, are subject to greater levels of credit, interest rate, market and liquidity risks than investment-grade securities. Investing in foreign securities may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations and economic and political risks. The Fund may have high portfolio turnover risk, which could increase the Fund’s transaction costs and possibly have a negative impact on performance. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in particular sectors, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting those sectors. Financial sector companies are heavily regulated and particularly sensitive to interest rate fluctuations. To the extent the Fund invests more heavily in a particular country or geographic region, its performance will be sensitive to factors affecting that country or region. Geopolitical and other events have led to market disruptions causing adverse changes in the value of investments broadly. Changes in value may be temporary or may last for extended periods. The Fund’s incorporation of environmental, social and/or governance (ESG) considerations in its investment strategy may cause it to underperform funds that do not incorporate these considerations.

U.S. Government Money Market Select

You could lose money by investing in the American Beacon U.S. Government Money Market Select Fund. Although the Fund seeks to preserve the value of your investment at $1.00 per share, it cannot guarantee it will do so. An investment in the Fund is not insured or guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency. The Fund’s sponsor has no legal obligation to provide financial support to the Fund, and you should not expect that the sponsor will provide financial support to the Fund at any time.