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Individual mutual fund portfolios that allow you to construct a unique asset allocation strategy

If you prefer to construct your own asset allocation, or supplement other options, you may select among the following large cap funds:

Multi Asset
PIMCO All Asset


PIMCO All Asset Fund
Investment Objective and Principal Investment Strategies. This Fund's investment objective is to maximize real return, consistent with the preservation of real capital and prudent investment management. The Fund seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing under normal circumstances substantially all of its assets in Institutional Class shares of any other fund of the Trust except the All Asset All Authority, Global Multi-Asset and the RealRetirement® Funds. Though it is anticipated that the Fund will not currently invest in the StocksPLUS® TR Short Strategy Fund, the Fund may invest in these Underlying PIMCO Funds in the future, without shareholder approval, at the discretion of PIMCO. The Fund invests its assets in shares of the Underlying PIMCO Funds and does not invest directly in stocks or bonds of other issuers. Research Affiliates, LLC, the Fund’s asset allocation sub-adviser, determines how the Fund allocates and reallocates its assets among the Underlying PIMCO Funds. In doing so, the asset allocation sub-adviser seeks concurrent exposure to a broad spectrum of asset classes. Please see the “Descriptions of the Underlying PIMCO Funds” in the Fund's prospectus for more information about the Underlying PIMCO Funds.

The Fund may invest in any or all of the Underlying PIMCO Funds, but will not normally invest in every Underlying PIMCO Fund at any particular time. The Fund’s investment in a particular Underlying PIMCO Fund normally will not exceed 50% of its total assets. The Fund’s combined investments in the Fundamental IndexPLUS™, Fundamental IndexPLUS™ TR, International StocksPLUS® TR Strategy (Unhedged), International StocksPLUS TR® Strategy (U.S. Dollar-Hedged), Small Cap StocksPLUS® TR, StocksPLUS®, StocksPLUS® Long Duration and StocksPLUS® Total Return Funds normally will not exceed 50% of total assets. In addition, the Fund’s combined investments in the Real Return, Real Return Asset and RealEstateRealReturn Strategy Funds normally will not exceed 75% of its total assets. The Fund’s assets are not allocated according to a predetermined blend of shares of the Underlying PIMCO Funds. Instead, when making allocation decisions among the Underlying PIMCO Funds, the Fund’s asset allocation sub-adviser considers various quantitative and qualitative data relating to the U.S. and foreign economies and securities markets. These data include projected growth trends in the U.S. and foreign economies, forecasts for interest rates and the relationship between short- and long-term interest rates (yield curve), current and projected trends in inflation, relative valuation levels in the equity and fixed income markets and various segments within those markets, the outlook and projected growth of various industrial sectors, information relating to business cycles, borrowing needs and the cost of capital, political trends data relating to trade balances and labor information. The Fund’s asset allocation sub-adviser has the flexibility to reallocate the Fund’s assets among any or all of the asset class exposures represented by the Underlying PIMCO Funds based on its ongoing analyses of the equity, fixed income and commodity markets. While these analyses are performed daily, material shifts in asset class exposures typically take place over longer periods of time. The Fund is classified as “non-diversified” for purposes of the 1940 Act because it may invest in a limited number of Underlying PIMCO Funds. However, since certain of the Underlying PIMCO Funds in which the Fund invests are classified as diversified for purposes of the 1940 Act, the Fund may indirectly diversify its portfolio.

The Fund is a “fund of funds,” which is a term used to describe mutual funds that pursue their investment objective by investing in other mutual funds. The cost of investing in the Fund will generally be higher than the cost of investing in a mutual fund that invests directly in individual stocks and bonds. By investing in the Fund, an investor will indirectly bear fees and expenses charged by the Underlying PIMCO Funds in addition to the Fund’s direct fees and expenses. In addition, the use of a fund of funds structure could affect the timing, amount and character of distributions to shareholders and may therefore increase the amount of taxes payable by shareholders. In addition to investing in the Underlying PIMCO Funds, at the discretion of PIMCO and without shareholder approval, the Fund may invest in additional PIMCO Funds created in the future.

Principal Risks. The principal risks presented by an investment in the Fund include interest rate risk, credit risk, high yield risk, market risk, issuer risk, liquidity risk, derivatives risk, equity risk, commodity risk, mortgage-related and other asset-backed risk, foreign (non-U.S.) investment risk, real estate risk, emerging markets risk, currency risk, issuer non-diversification risk, leveraging risk, smaller company risk, management risk, short sale risk, tax risk and subsidiary risk.

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