I, A & C Shares | Second Quarter 2011
Seix Floating Rate
High Income Fund
Growth of $10,000 Investment (A Shares) Top Ten Holdings (% of Portfolio)*
Short Int. Long
FIXED INCOME FACT SHEET
Account value with reinvestment of income and capital gains Coupon Maturity % of
High $25,000 Rate Date Portfolio
Istar Financial, Inc. 5.000% 6/28/13 1.9%
Medium Texas Competitve Electric Hldg 4.730% 10/10/17 1.4%
$15,000 Intelsat Jackson Holdings S A 5.250% 4/2/18 1.4%
Low Glenn Pool Oil 4.500% 5/18/16 1.2%
Springleaf Finance Corp. 5.500% 5/5/17 1.2%
Capital Automotive LP 5.000% 3/10/17 1.2%
$0 Community Health Systems, Inc. 2.504% 7/25/14 1.1%
Vodafone Americas Finance 2 6.875% 7/11/16 1.0%
Seix Investment Advisors LLC – a fixed income
Obsidian Natural Gas Trust 7.000% 11/2/15 1.0%
manager based in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey.
The above graph assumes an initial hypothetical investment of Glenn Pool Oil & Gas Trust 6.000% 8/2/21 1.0%
Portfolio Managers $10,000 in the A Shares from the Fund’s inception date to 6/30/11
• George Goudelias and reflects the deduction of the maximum sales charge of 2.50%.
Portfolio manager since inception The performance quoted herein represents past performance.
• Michael McEachern, CFA
Distributions (Per Share) as of 6/30/11 Portfolio Statistics*
Portfolio manager since inception
I Shares A Shares C Shares Average Coupon 5.27%
The Fund seeks to provide a high level of current Current Quarter $0.123 $0.117 $0.101 Yield-to-Maturity 5.57%
income by investing primarily in first and second lien Previous 12 Months $0.521 $0.493 $0.433 Duration 0.65 Years
senior floating rate loans and other floating rate debt Weighted Average Effective Maturity 5.07 Years
Suitability Yields as of 6/30/11
The Fund is suitable for investors who seek current
I Shares A Shares C Shares
income and a hedge against rates; diversification by
adding assets that have traditionally exhibited low SEC 30 Day Yield 5.57% 5.25% 4.56%
correlation to other asset classes; relatively high 30 Day Average Yield 5.32% 5.02% 4.33%
risk adjusted returns compared to other short term Current Distribution Yield1 5.83% 5.52% 4.84%
investment vehicles. 1
A distribution yield is the percent of actual distributions per share of a mutual fund (over the previous twelve months) relative to the price
Portfolio Composition* per share of that fund. In contrast, an SEC yield relates aggregate net earnings of a fund to its aggregate net assets. In any given period a
Sector (% of Net Assets) fund may distribute more or less than its actual income.
Cash & Equivalents 11.20%
4.70% Information Technology Total Returns as of 6/30/11
Average Annual Total Returns
8.60% Inception Latest 1 3 5 Since
Shares** Date Quarter YTD Year Year Year Inception
7.80% I 3/1/06 0.48% 2.61% 10.59% 5.23% 4.69% 4.47%
Energy A (NAV ) 5/8/06 0.40% 2.46% 10.24% 4.90% 4.35% 4.15%
A (2.50% Max Sales Charge) 5/8/06 -2.10% -0.11% 7.48% 4.01% 3.82% 3.65%
C (Max CDSC 2) 8/2/07 -0.76% 1.23% 8.50% 4.24% 3.91% 3.73%
Credit Quality (% of Portfolio)
Cash & Equivalents 4.70% A BBB
Credit Suisse Institutional Leveraged Loan Index 0.45% 2.54% 8.56% 1.99% 2.04% 2.19%***
CCC 4.70% The A Shares were offered beginning on May 8, 2006. The A Shares performance between March 1, 2006 to May 8, 2006 is that of the I Shares
of the Fund, and has not been adjusted to reflect A Shares expenses. If it had been, the performance would have been lower. The C Shares were
offered beginning on August 2, 2008. The C Shares performance between March 1, 2006 to August 1, 2008 is that of the I Shares of the Fund,
29.30% and has not been adjusted to reflect C Shares expenses. If it had been, the performance would have been lower.
*As of June 30, 2011 and subject to change. Top holdings do not include credit default swaps, currency positions, or cash equivalents.
Past performance does not guarantee future results. The performance data quoted represents past performance and
current returns may be lower or higher. Total return figures include change in share price, reinvestment of dividends and
capital gains. The investment return and principal value will fluctuate so that an investor’s shares, when redeemed, may
be worth more or less than the original cost. For performance data current to the most recent month end, visit our website
^Not Rated indicates securities which have not at www.ridgeworth.com.
received a rating from either Moody’s, S&P, or Fitch.
Because high yield fixed income securities may be volatile in the short-term, resulting in unusually high or low performance,
Duration Breakdown (Years) investors should evaluate long-term performance before making an investment.
0.00-0.99 100.0% NAV (Net Asset Value) has not been adjusted to reflect any applicable sales charge.
CDSC (Contingent Deferred Sales Charge) of 1% is reflected in the returns presented for periods of one year or less.
**The expense ratios for the I Shares, A Shares and C Shares are 0.53%, 0.86%, 1.52% respectively.
∆ The style box represents the fund’s investment ***Return from 3/31/06.
objective and is not reflective of the historical or
current holdings of the portfolio.
I, A & C Shares | Second Quarter 2011
Seix Floating Rate
High Income Fund
Investment Risks Fund Information I Shares A Shares C Shares
Bonds offer a relatively stable level of income,
FIXED INCOME FACT SHEET
although bond prices will fluctuate providing the Ticker SAMBX SFRAX SFRCX
potential for principal gain or loss. Intermediate-term, CUSIP 76628T678 76628T660 76628T652
higher-quality bonds generally offer less risk than 1
Net Asset Value $8.93 $8.93 $8.94
longer-term bonds and a lower rate of return.
Floating rate loans are typically senior and secured, in Offer Price (2.50% Max. Sales Charge) $8.93
— $9.16 $8.94
contrast to other below-investment grade securities. Load Type — Front-End CDSC
However, there is no guarantee that the value of
the collateral will not decline, causing a loan to be Max. Sales Charge/CDSC — 2.50% 1.00%
substantially unsecured. Loans generally are subject
to restrictions on resale. Participation in certain types
of loans may limit the ability of the Fund to enforce Portfolio Characteristics
its rights and may involve assuming additional credit
risks. Total Fund Assets $3,986,427,942
Investment Terms & Index Definitions Lipper Category Loan Participation Funds
Credit Suisse Institutional Leveraged Loan Index is
a subindex of the Credit Suisse Leveraged Loan Index
which contains only institutional loan facilities priced
above 90, excluding TL and TLa facilities and loans
Calendar Year Returns
rated CC, C or in default. It is designed to more closely
reflect the investment criteria of institutional investors.
Average Coupon is the weighted average coupon 50%
(annual rate of interest on the bond’s face value that 40%
the issuer agrees to pay the holder until maturity) of all
the securities in the fund. 30%
Yield-to-Maturity of a bond is the internal rate of 20%
return earned by an investor who buys the bond today
at the market price, assuming that the bond will be
held until maturity, and that all coupon and principal 0%
payments will be made on schedule. Yield to maturity is
an estimation of future return.
Duration is the change in the value of a fixed income -20%
security that will result from a 1% change in interest -30%
rates. Duration is expressed as a number of years. The
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
bigger the duration number, the greater the interest-
rate risk or reward for bond prices. A Shares (NAV)1 Credit Suisse Institutional Leveraged Loan Index
Weighted Average Effective Maturity is the length of
time until the average security in a fund will mature, be Past performance does not guarantee future results.
redeemed by its issuer, or paid down over time, which is NAV (Net Asset Value) has not been adjusted to reflect any applicable sales charge.
the case with most securitized assets.
Credit Ratings Standard & Poor’s rates securities from Share Class Description
AAA (highest quality) to C (lowest quality) with BBB
and above being called investment grade securities. I Shares are offered primarily to financial institutions and intermediaries for their own accounts or for the accounts of customers for whom
BB and below are considered below investment grade they may act as fiduciary agent, investment adviser, or custodian. These accounts primarily consist of: assets of a bona fide trust, business
securities. entity possessing a tax identification number, or employee benefit plan and assets held within select fee-based programs and certain non-
discretionary intermediary no-load platforms.
A Shares and C Shares have different expenses and other characteristics, allowing you to choose the class that best suits your needs.
A Shares C Shares
• Front-end sales charge • Contingent deferred sales charge
• $2,000 minimum initial investment • $5,000 minimum initial investment ($2,000 IRA)
This material must be preceded or accompanied by a prospectus. An investor should consider the fund’s investment
objectives, risks, and charges and expenses carefully before investing or sending money. This and other important
information about the RidgeWorth Funds can be found in the fund’s prospectus. To obtain more information, please call
1-888-784-3863 or visit www.ridgeworth.com. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing.
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