' newest fund will invest primarily in ETFs. Launched on January 5, the Dynamic Allocation Fund
is offered in five share classes, carrying expense ratios of 139 basis points (bps) for A class shares, 214 bps for C shares, 99 bps for I shares, 114 for IR shares and 164 bps for R shares, according to the SEC filing
The fund is managed by Katinka Domotorffy
and will invest in futures, swaps, and TIPS, as well as ETFs. Goldman will serve as the fund's distributor and transfer agent. Dechert LLP
acts as legal counsel.
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