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Important Mutual Fund Information

*On November 21, 2016, TDAM announced plans to make changes to the High Net Worth Series (HNW series) (Premium Series, Premium F Series, K Series and PS Series) of certain TD Mutual Funds by:

  • Terminating the series;
  • Closing the series to all purchases;
  • Closing the series to purchases by new investors; or
  • Converting securityholders of a HNW series to another series which will have the exact same fees and features.

Effective end of business on November 21, 2016 all terminating HNW series were closed to purchases and will subsequently be terminated on or about March 28, 2017. All other changes to the HNW series will be implemented on or about March 28, 2017.
For additional details please read the November 21, 2016 press release.

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Vevaina. Each class invests in one or more underlying mutual funds, as noted in the TD Mutual Funds Simplified Prospectus. For more information about the portfolio manager(s) of the underlying fund(s), please see the webpage or annual information form of the underlying fund(s).

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