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Opportunity Equity Fund
(HEQCX - Institutional Shares)
(HEQFX - Investor Shares)

Investment Objective – The Fund’s investment objective is to seek growth of capital.

The Fund seeks to achieve its objective by investing substantially all its assets in securities listed on a national securities exchange.

To meet its investment objective, The Fund will employ an investment strategy that emphasizes long-term capital appreciation and safety of principal. Under normal circumstances, The Fund invests more than 90% of its total assets in common stocks of companies identified by The Fund’s investment sub-adviser, G.W. Henssler & Associates, LTD (the “Sub-adviser”), based on the characteristics below. The Fund may invest in companies of any size, and The Fund typically holds its common stock investments until the fundamentals of the issuer change or other opportunities present themselves. In addition, The Fund may invest up to 20% of its total assets in common stocks of foreign issuers that are traded in the United States and in American Depositary Receipts of foreign companies. When selecting common stocks for The Fund, the Sub-adviser seeks companies that exhibit the following characteristics:

Factors deemed important by the Sub-adviser in selecting securities of such companies include, but are not limited to: The Fund believes that its focus on the fundamentals of the businesses it invests in results in the purchase of above-average, high-quality securities with strong growth potential.

Market Risk. The value of stocks selected for the Fund’s portfolio or the overall stock market may decline over short or extended periods.

Business and Economic Risk. Often, a particular industry, or certain companies within that industry, may be affected by circumstances that have little to no impact on other industries, or other companies within that industry.

Investments in Small- and Mid-Sized Companies Risk. Although the Fund invests in companies of all sizes, there may be times when the Fund is substantially invested in small- and mid-sized companies. Stocks of smaller and mid-sized companies may have more risks than larger companies. In general, they have less experienced management teams, serve smaller markets, and find it more difficult to obtain financing for growth or potential development than larger companies. Due to these and other factors, small- and mid-sized companies may be more susceptible to market downturns, and their stock prices may be more volatile.

Political Risk. The regulation or deregulation of particular industries may materially impact the value of companies within the affected industry.

Management Style Risk. The ability of the Fund to meet its investment objective is directly related to the Adviser’s selection of investments for the Fund, particularly in volatile stock markets.

Value Style Investing Risk. A value stock may not increase in price as anticipated by the Adviser if other investors fail to recognize the company’s value and bid up the price, the markets favor faster-growing companies, or the factors that the Adviser believes will increase the price of the security do not occur. Companies that may be considered out of favor, particularly companies emerging from bankruptcy, may tend to lose value more quickly in periods of anticipated economic downturns, may have difficulty retaining customers and suppliers and, during economic downturns, may have difficulty paying their debt obligations or finding additional financing.

Foreign Securities Risk. Investing in foreign securities involves risks that political and economic events unique to a foreign country or region will affect those markets and their issuers. These events will not necessarily affect the U.S. economy or similar issuers located in the United States. In addition, investments in foreign countries are generally denominated in a foreign currency. As a result, changes in the value of those currencies compared to the U.S. dollar may affect (positively or negatively) the value of the Fund’s investments. These currency movements may happen separately from and in response to events that do not otherwise affect the value of the security in the issuer’s home country.

An investment in the Fund is not a deposit of a bank and is not insured or guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency. The Fund is not a complete investment program.

Investment Adviser
Park Place Capital Corporation
2506 Winford Avenue
Nashville, TN 37215

Phone: (800)459-9084
Arbor Court Capital, LLC
8000 Town Centre Dr, Suite 400
Broadview Heights, OH 44147
Shareholder Services
Mutual Shareholder Services
8000 Town Centre Drive, Suite 400
Broadview Heights, Ohio 44147
Phone: (888)263-5593
Sub-Adviser - G.W. Henssler & Associates
G.W. Henssler & Associates, Ltd. (“GWH”), under which GWH serves as the Fund’s Sub-adviser. GWH’s investment management team has provided portfolio management on behalf of the Fund through the predecessor Fund’s investment advisor, Henssler Asset Management, LLC, since January 2016. GWH also provides investment advisory services to corporations, individual investors, and institutional investors since its inception. The day-to-day management of the Fund is performed by the portfolio managers employed by Henssler & Associates. Henssler & Associates is registered as an investment adviser under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. Information regarding Henssler & Associates and the business experience and educational background of the Fund’s portfolio managers follow: The Fund is managed by William G. Lako, Jr., CFP® and Troy L. Harmon, CFA, CVA (the “Investment Committee”). The Fund’s Investment Committee is jointly and primarily responsible for the day-to-day portfolio management of the Fund and is supported by a group of research analysts and other members of the Adviser’s investment staff.
Additional Information
Prospectus Application
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