The GMO Opportunistic Income Fund seeks capital appreciation and current income by investing in what we believe are the most attractively priced sectors and securities in the structured finance marketplace. We believe that the marketplace’s complexity, periods of challenging past performance, and very high number of discrete investment opportunities create considerable potential for alpha generation.   

GMO approaches the market without what we feel are uneconomic constraints or mandates, such as asset class, credit rating, duration, or yield targets. This gives us the ability to concentrate our focus and analysis solely on what we feel are the best investments from a pure risk/return perspective. We feel this approach will provide superior investment performance over the long term.





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Risks associated with investing in the Fund may include those as follows. (1) Credit Risk: The risk that the issuer or guarantor of a fixed income investment or the obligor of an obligation underlying an asset-backed security will be unable or unwilling to satisfy its obligation to pay principal and interest or otherwise to honor its obligations in a timely manner. The market price of a fixed income investment will normally decline due to the issuer's, guarantor's, or obligor's failure to meet its payment obligations or in anticipation of such failure. (2) Market Risk - Asset-Backed Securities: The market price of asset-backed securities, like that of other fixed income investments with complex structures, can decline for a variety of reasons, including market uncertainty about their credit quality and the reliability of their payment streams. (3) Illiquidity Risk: Low trading volume, lack of a market maker, large position size or legal restrictions may limit or prevent the Fund from selling particular securities or closing derivative positions at desirable prices. For a more complete discussion of these risks and others, please consult the Fund's prospectus.


An investor should consider the fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses before investing. This and other important information can be found in the fund’s prospectus. Read the prospectus carefully before investing. Please see prospectus above.

The GMO Trust funds are distributed in the United States by Funds Distributor LLC. GMO and Funds Distributor LLC are not affiliated.