The Fund takes long and short exposures in common and preferred stocks of companies located primarily in developed countries outside the US and of companies in the US. To obtain exposure to long and short positions in securities, the Fund enters into one or more total return equity swap agreements. Although the Fund is permitted to take direct long and short positions in securities, other than swap agreements, it does not currently intend directly to purchase or sell securities or directly to hold short positions in securities. The Investment Adviser integrates fundamental and quantitative research to manage the Funds long exposures (the long portfolio of the Fund). The Investment Adviser uses its quantitative investment strategy designed to identify short exposures that it expects to underperform the MSCI World Index to manage the Funds short exposures (the short portfolio of the Fund). The Funds investment objective is to seek long-term growth of capital with low or no correlation to the MSCI World Index.

The portfolio managers discuss our Global Absolute Return Fund strategy.

Ms. Ketterer is the chief executive officer at Causeway, fundamental portfolio manager, and is responsible for investment research across all sectors. Ms. Ketterer co-founded the firm in June 2001 and is a member of the operating committee.

From 1996 to 2001, Ms. Ketterer worked for the Hotchkis & Wiley division of Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (HW-MLIM). At HW-MLIM, she was a managing director and co-head of the firms HW-MLIM International and Global Value team. From 1990 to 1996, Ms. Ketterer was a portfolio manager at Hotchkis & Wiley, where she founded the International Equity product.

Ms. Ketterer earned a BA in economics and political science from Stanford University and an MBA from the Tuck School, Dartmouth College. She is currently the chair of the Los Angeles World Affairs Council, a director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Music Center Foundation (as chair of the investment committee), and serves on the Advisory Board of Girls Who Invest.

Mr. Hartford is the president at Causeway, fundamental portfolio manager, and director of research. Mr. Hartford co-founded the firm in June 2001 and is a member of the operating committee.

From 1996 to June 2001, Mr. Hartford was a managing director for the Hotchkis & Wiley division of Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (HW-MLIM) and co-head of the firms HW-MLIM international and global value team. From 1994 to 1996, Mr. Hartford was a portfolio manager for Hotchkis & Wiley. From 1984 to 1994, Mr. Hartford was with The Investment Bank of Ireland, where he gained ten years experience in both international and global equity management. During this time, Mr. Hartford also managed the Irish Investment Fund, a closed-end country fund quoted on the NYSE. Before entering the investment business, Mr. Hartford lectured in micro and macroeconomics at Oklahoma State University.

Mr. Hartford earned a BA, with honors, in economics from the University of Dublin, Trinity College, an MSc in economics from Oklahoma State University, and is a Phi Kappa Phi member. Mr. Hartford is a member of The Ireland Funds America Board of Directors and serves as chair of the Los Angeles Regional Board.

Mr. Doyle is a director and a fundamental portfolio manager at Causeway and has been with the firm since its inception in June 2001. Mr. Doyle has covered a variety of industries, including financials, industrials and consumer. His current responsibilities include technology, telecommunications and healthcare. He is also a member of the operating committee.

Previously, Mr. Doyle was an equity analyst and portfolio manager with the international team of the Hotchkis & Wiley division of Merrill Lynch Investment Managers. He also was an equity research consultant for Morgan Stanley Asset Management, and a financial analyst for LaSalle Partners.

Mr. Doyle earned a BA in economics from Northwestern University and an MBA in finance from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He is the co-chair of the Northwestern University Leadership Circle of Los Angeles.

Mr. Eng is a director and fundamental portfolio manager at Causeway and is responsible for investment research in the global consumer discretionary and industrials sectors. He joined the firm in July 2001 and has been a portfolio manager since February 2002.

From 1997 to 2001, Mr. Eng was an equity research associate for the Hotchkis & Wiley division of Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (HW-MLIM). In 1996, Mr. Eng worked as a summer research associate for Hotchkis & Wiley, performing U.K. and European equity research. From 1993 to 1995, Mr. Eng analyzed merger and acquisition candidates at Slusser Associates. From 1990 to 1993, Mr. Eng worked as a middle market corporate lender for Bank of Boston.

Mr. Eng earned a BA in history and economics from Brandeis University and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management.

Mr. Muldoon is a director and fundamental portfolio manager at Causeway and is responsible for investment research in the global financials and materials sectors. He joined the firm in August 2003 and has been a portfolio manager since September 2010.

From 1995 to 2003, Mr. Muldoon was an investment consultant for Fidelity Investments where he served as a liaison between institutional clients and investment managers within Fidelity. He was responsible for communicating current information on the financial markets, the economy and investment performance.

Mr. Muldoon earned a BSc and an MA from the University of Dublin, Trinity College and an MBA, with high honors, from the University of Chicago. Mr. Muldoon was inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma honors society and is also a CFA charterholder.

Mr. Valentini is a director and fundamental portfolio manager at Causeway and is responsible for investment research in the global healthcare and financials sectors. He joined the firm in July 2006 and has been a portfolio manager since April 2013.

During the summer of 2005, Mr. Valentini worked as a research analyst at Thornburg Investment Management, where he conducted fundamental research for the international value fund and the value fund, focusing on the European telecommunication and Canadian oil sectors. From 2000 to 2004, Mr. Valentini worked as a financial analyst at Goldman Sachs in the European equities research-sales division in New York.

Mr. Valentini earned an MBA from Columbia Business School, with honors, an MA in economics from Georgetown University and a BS, magna cum laude, from Georgetown University. Mr. Valentini was inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma honors society, is a Phi Beta Kappa member, and is a CFA charterholder.

Ms. Lee is a director and fundamental portfolio manager at Causeway and is responsible for investment research in the global consumer, utilities, and energy sectors. Prior to the current role, she also covered transportation and autos. She joined the firm in August 2007 and has been a portfolio manager since January 2015.

During the summer of 2006, Ms. Lee interned at Tiger Asia, a long short equity hedge fund focused on China, Japan, and Korea. From 2001 to 2004, Ms. Lee was an associate in the mergers and acquisitions division of Credit Suisse First Boston in Seoul, where she advised Korean corporates and multinational corporations. From 1999 to 2000, she was an analyst in the mergers and acquisitions division of Credit Suisse First Boston in Hong Kong.

Ms. Lee earned a BA in business administration from Seoul National University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She currently serves on the audit and investment committee at the Center for Early Education in West Hollywood.

Mr. Nguyen is a director and fundamental portfolio manager at Causeway and is responsible for investment research in the energy, utilities, and healthcare sectors. He joined the firm in April 2012.

From 2006 to 2012, Mr. Nguyen was a senior credit analyst at Bradford & Marzec covering high yield and investment grade companies in the telecommunication services, cable, media, gaming, insurance, and REIT industries. From 2003 to 2006, Mr. Nguyen was a credit analyst/portfolio manager in the corporate bond department of Allegiance Capital.

Mr. Nguyen earned a BA in business economics from Brown University and an MBA, with honors, from the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Mr. Nguyen was the president of the Anderson Student Asset Management association. Mr. Nguyen is a CFA charterholder.

Dr. Jayaraman is a director, quantitative portfolio manager and head of the quantitative research at Causeway and has been with the firm since January 2006. Dr. Jayaramans responsibilities and research include stock selection, asset allocation, risk model development, and portfolio construction.

From 2004 to 2005, Dr. Jayaraman was a portfolio manager at PanAgora Asset Management. He was the lead portfolio manager on the non-U.S. large cap core equity portfolios and was the co-portfolio manager on the global large cap core equity portfolios. From 2000 to 2004, Dr. Jayaraman managed the same portfolios at Putnam Investments, in addition to working closely with the teams that managed Putnams traditional non-U.S. strategies. From 1998 to 2000, Dr. Jayaraman worked as a quantitative analyst at Harborview Trading Associates.

Dr. Jayaraman earned a PhD from New York University at the Stern School of Business and a BA in economics from Columbia University. Dr. Jayaraman is a CFA charterholder.

Mr. Kuhnert is a director and a quantitative portfolio manager at Causeway and has been with the firm since its inception in June 2001. Mr. Kuhnerts responsibilities and research include stock selection, asset allocation, risk model development, and portfolio construction.

From 1996 to 2001, Mr. Kuhnert worked for the international team of the Hotchkis & Wiley division of Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (HW-MLIM) as a quantitative research associate. During his tenure at HW-MLIM, Mr. Kuhnert created and developed advanced quantitative models used in the international value investment process. He also helped develop the teams first equity risk model.

Mr. Kuhnert earned a BA in chemistry from Dartmouth College. He is a CFA charterholder, a member of the CFA Society of Los Angeles, and a member of the Chicago Quantitative Alliance. Mr. Kuhnert co-authored To Hedge or Not to Hedge: Factor Dependence and Skill among Hedge Funds published inThe Journal of Alternative Investments.

Mr. Gubler is a quantitative portfolio manager at Causeway. He joined the firm in 2005 and has been a portfolio manager since January 2014. In addition to managing quantitative portfolios and conducting alpha research, Mr. Gubler also leads the efforts to maintain and enhance Causeways proprietary risk models. He is also a member of the operating committee.

From 1999 to 2005, Mr. Gubler worked as a software engineer, with employers ranging from startups to established businesses such as . From 1998 to 1999, Mr. Gubler worked as a staff scientist for News Corporation, conducting studies on the RF propagation of broadcast signals. While studying astrophysics at UC San Diego, Mr. Gubler worked as a graduate research assistant in the Jet Propulsion Laboratorys stellar interferometry group.

Mr. Gubler earned a BS, cum laude, in physics from UC Irvine, an MS in physics from UC San Diego, and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management. Mr. Gubler is a CFA charterholder.

The performance data quoted represents past performance. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investors shares, when redeemed, may be worth less than their original cost and current performance may be lower than the performance quoted.Returns greater than one year are average annual total returns. Total returns assume reinvestment of dividends and capital gains distributions at net asset value when paid. All information is as of the date shown. Investment performance may reflect contractual fee waivers. In the absence of such fee waivers, total return would be reduced. Contractual fee waivers are in effect until 1/31/20. The expense ratios for Institutional Class shares are 1.81% and 1.52% after adviser fee waiver. The expense ratios for Investor Class shares are 2.00% and 1.77% after adviser fee waiver. If your account incurred a redemption fee, your performance will be lower than the performance quoted. If you invest through a financial intermediary, it may apply the Funds redemption fee or other frequent trading restrictions. The Fund does not apply a redemption fee.

A weighted average measures a characteristic by the market capitalization of each stock. Price/book ratio is the weighted average of the price/book ratios of all the stocks in a portfolio. The P/B ratio of a company is calculated by dividing the market price of its stock by the companys per-share book value. The price/earnings ratio is the weighted average of the price/earnings ratios of the stocks in a portfolio. The FY2 P/E ratio is a forward P/E ratio using a next-twenty-four months EPS estimate in the denominator. Return on equity is calculated by taking a years worth of earnings and dividing them by the average shareholder equity for that year.

Causeway Global Absolute Return Fund (Fund) outperformed the ICE BofAML US 3-Month Treasury Bill Index in the month of June. The Funds outperformance was driven by the short portfolio: although the Funds long portfolio underperformed the MSCI World Index (World Index), the Funds short portfolio underperformed the World Index by a larger margin, contributing positively to overall portfolio return.

The Fund takes long and short notional exposures to securities under swap agreements. We use a combination of fundamental and quantitative inputs to select exposures for the long portfolio of the Fund, while we use primarily quantitative inputs to select exposures for the short portfolio. Our fundamental inputs reflect the risk-adjusted total return potential of stocks favored by our fundamental research team. Our quantitative inputs include signals that seek long (short) positions in stocks which we believe are undervalued (overvalued) and have improving (deteriorating) earnings growth dynamics, positive (negative) technical price movements, and superior (inferior) quality of earnings. During the month of June, all quantitative alpha factor categories demonstrated predictive power. Stocks with cheap valuations outperformed those with expensive valuations, stocks with improving earnings growth dynamics outperformed those with worsening dynamics, stocks with positive technical indicators outperformed those with negative technical indicators, and stocks demonstrating higher earnings quality outperformed those with lower earnings quality.

The 2019 G20 summit struck a tone of geopolitical fragmentation as major relationships worldwide shift and nationalistic sentiment increases. Though we do not believe globalization will reverse, global equity markets appear to disagree with us. Economically defensive stocks have generally reached, in our view, extreme valuation highs, and economically sensitive cyclical stocks have lagged. The decline in bond yields in major economies globally has also dampened investor enthusiasm for cyclicality, and favored long duration growth stocks. When the price of money (aka borrowing) falls to such low levels, investors typically get more desperate to buy growth at increasingly higher valuations. Can central banks, especially the Fed, prolong the post-2008 economic expansion by ultra-accommodative monetary policy? And if they cannot, how deep a recession would the US and other economies endure? Our fundamental research, which is an input for the long portfolio, focuses on companies with managements implementing operational improvements that translate to greater efficiency and expansion potential. We believe this operational self-help should deliver an improvement in earnings and free cash flow growth.

On an aggregate long/short portfolio basis, we are maintaining a near market-neutral posture, with -0.23% net exposure overall (long exposures minus absolute value of short exposures). Consistent with our goal of delivering low equity market sensitivity, we target a zero expected beta to the World Index. On an aggregate basis, our largest net biases by sector are toward health care and energy, where we have significant positive net exposure, and against real estate and utilities, where we have meaningful negative net exposure. By geography, we are net biased toward China and Switzerland, and biased against Hong Kong and Australia. Gross exposure (leverage) for the Fund is 327% (3.27x) as of June 30, 2019.

The market commentary expresses the portfolio managers views as of the date of this report and should not be relied on as research or investment advice regarding any stock. These views and the Fund holdings and characteristics are subject to change. There is no guarantee that any forecasts made will come to pass. Any securities identified and described in this report do not represent all of the securities purchased, sold or recommended for client accounts. The reader should not assume that an investment in the securities identified was or will be profitable. Diversification does not protect against market loss. Current and future holdings are subject to risk.

Distributions are per share. Distribution amounts are based on gains and losses realized and income earned by the Fund through October 31 (or earlier under certain circumstances).

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Alpha is a measure of fund performance. Alpha compares the performance of a fund to a benchmark index. The excess return of the fund relative to the return of the benchmark index is a funds alpha. A positive alpha means the fund has outperformed the index.

The ICE BofA Merrill Lynch 3-Month US Treasury Bill Index benchmark is comprised of a single issue purchased at the beginning of the month and held for a full month. Each month the index is rebalanced and the issue selected is the outstanding Treasury Bill that matures closest to, but not beyond 3 months from, the rebalancing date. The Treasury Bills comprising the Index are guaranteed by the US government as to the timely payment of interest and principal. The Index is gross of withholding taxes, assumes reinvestment of dividends and capital gains, and assumes no management, custody, transaction or other expenses. While the Fund may invest a portion of assets in Treasury Bills, it will primarily be exposed to notional positions in securities that will not be guaranteed by the US government.

The Fund uses swap agreements to obtain long and short exposures to securities. Swaps are derivatives which involve the use of leverage, and the Fund will use significant leverage. The use of leverage is speculative and will magnify any losses. Short positions will lose money if the price of the underlying security increases, and losses on shorts are therefore potentially unlimited. The use of swap agreements involves significant swap expenses including financing charges and transaction costs which will reduce investment returns and increase investment losses. Portfolio exposures are based on exposures to companies under swap agreements. Net exposure is the difference between long and short exposures. Net positional value is unrealized gain/loss of the swap agreements. Leverage is total exposures/NAV.

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The Fund offers two classes of shares. Investor Class shares charge a shareholder service fee of up to 0.25% per annum of average daily net assets. Institutional Class shares charge no shareholder service fee. For more information, please see the prospectus.

Investing involves risk including loss of principal. In addition to the normal risks associated with investing, international investments may involve risk of capital loss from unfavorable fluctuation in currency values, from differences in generally accepted accounting principles or from economic or political instability in other nations. Emerging markets involve heightened risks related to the same factors as well as increased volatility and lower trading volume. Diversification does not prevent all investment losses.

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The Fund is not appropriate for all investors. The Fund uses swap agreements to obtain long and short exposures to securities. Swaps are derivatives which involve the use of leverage, and the Fund uses significant leverage. The use of leverage is speculative and can magnify any losses. Short positions will lose money if the price of the underlying security increases, and losses on shorts are therefore potentially unlimited. The use of swap agreements involves significant swap expenses including financing charges and transaction costs which will reduce investment returns and increase investment losses. The Fund risks loss of the amount due under a swap agreement if the counterparty defaults. The Fund currently enters into swap agreements primarily with one counterparty, focusing its exposure to the credit risk of that counterparty. Swap agreements involve liquidity risks since the Fund may not be able to exit security exposures immediately, particularly during periods of market turmoil. The Fund settles swap agreements at least monthly which can cause it to realize ordinary income and short-term capital gains, if any, throughout the year that, when distributed to shareholders, will be taxable to them as ordinary income rather than at lower long-term capital gains rates. The Funds long/short notional exposure will generally not exceed plus or minus 10% of net assets. However, the long portfolio and the short portfolio will each have different exposures under swap agreements that will not be fully hedged. This is not a complete list of the Funds risks. See the Funds prospectus for additional information on risks.

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