CLASS A NAV: $23.32
Ticker: CHNAX Change: $0.31
CLASS C NAV: $22.39
Ticker: CHNCX Change: $0.29
CLASS I NAV: $23.77
Ticker: CHNIX Change: $0.32
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Eric Brock’s CNBC Interview: Should Investors Stick with China?

Eric Brock’s CNBC Interview : Time to invest in China?

Investing in Chinese Growth Opportunities

Eric Brock discusses Clough Capital Partners' approach to investing in Asia, particularly its investments in China.

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Fund Management Averages 1,000 Face-to-Face Meetings Per Year

Over the last three years our six China investment professionals, three Hong Kong based, have averaged approximately 1,000 company meetings per year. These face-to-face meetings enable us to gain unique access to management which enhances our stock selection process that is reflective in us historically outperforming the benchmark.

Clough China Fund Manager Interview

Eric Brock, Clough China Fund Manager, discusses China's move to rebalance its economy.

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Why Clough Capital Partners?

Fundamental, theme-based investment approach developed through several decades of experience.

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Why the Clough China Fund?

Fund can be used to actively overweight China in an international allocation. Rising consumerism in domestic China is our driving theme.

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The ALPS | Red Rocks Listed Private Equity Fund is an open-end mutual fund that provides investors with exposure to private businesses by investing in publicly-traded private equity companies that trade on global exchanges. These listed private equity companies have direct ownership, control and influence over the privately held businesses in their portfolios. The Fund assembles approximately 30-50 holdings and is diversified by stage of investment, geography, industry, and capital structure. Investors enjoy daily liquidity and valuation, and the primary mission of the Fund is to maximize total return.

The ALPS | Red Rocks Listed Private Equity Fund is an open-end mutual fund that provides investors with exposure to private businesses by investing in publicly-traded private equity companies that trade on global exchanges. These listed private equity companies have direct ownership, control and influence over the privately held businesses in their portfolios. The Fund assembles approximately 30-50 holdings and is diversified by stage of investment, geography, industry, and capital structure. Investors enjoy daily liquidity and valuation, and the primary mission of the Fund is to maximize total return.

The ALPS | Red Rocks Listed Private Equity Fund is an open-end mutual fund that provides investors with exposure to private businesses by investing in publicly-traded private equity companies that trade on global exchanges. These listed private equity companies have direct ownership, control and influence over the privately held businesses in their portfolios. The Fund assembles approximately 30-50 holdings and is diversified by stage of investment, geography, industry, and capital structure. Investors enjoy daily liquidity and valuation, and the primary mission of the Fund is to maximize total return.

Read the Latest China Fund Quarterly Commentary

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Experienced Market Insight from Chuck Clough

Clough China

"The rise of China’s middle class is the most attractive global investment theme we can find."
- Chuck Clough

"Private sector entrepreneurs are driving the new growth economy in China.”
- Eric Brock

"Urbanization and infrastructure investment in the Central and Western provinces support China’s economic rebalancing"
- Francoise Vappereau

"A rising consumer base is creating new opportunities in China"
- Chuck Clough

"An acceleration in U.S. household spending will help Chinese exports improve, which means manufacturing in China is poised to recover" - Eric Brock

"China still has policy tools at its disposal to support economic growth" - Francoise Vappereau

Investing in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan involves risk and considerations not present when investing in more established securities markets. The Clough China Fund may be more susceptible to the economic, market, political, and local risks of these regions than a fund that is more geographically diversified.

This fund is not suitable for all investors. Subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.

On January 15, 2010, the Old Mutual China Fund (the “Predecessor Fund”) was reorganized into the Clough China Fund (the “Fund”). The historical performance shown for periods prior to January 15, 2010 reflects the historical information for the Predecessor Fund.

The fund is subject to by several risk factors which are explained by clicking here.

An investor should consider investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses carefully before investing. To obtain a prospectus, which contains this and other information, call 866.759.5679 or visit www.alpsfunds.com. Read the prospectus carefully before investing.

Clough China Fund is: Not FDIC Insured - No Bank Guarantee - May Lose Value.

The Clough China Fund is a series of Financial Investors Trust.

ALPS Portfolio Solutions Distributor, Inc. is the distributor for the Clough China Fund

ALPS Portfolio Solutions Distributor, Inc. is not affiliated with Clough Capital Partners, LP.

© 2010-2014 ALPS Advisors Inc. - All rights reserved.

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Click here for most recent month-end performance. Performance data quoted represents past performance. Past performance does not guarantee future results. Investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor's shares, when sold or redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. Current performance data may be higher or lower than actual data quoted.

The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of The Clough China Fund or ALPS Distributors, Inc.

Holdings as of 1/31/2012, holdings subject to change.

Purchasing Managers' Indices (PMIs) are long-established monthly data-driven snapshots of individual countries' economies. They are compiled using proprietary and highly effective market research techniques (based on interviews with senior purchasing executives) which accurately measure economic activity and report well before other comparative official and government statistics. Source: http://www.hsbc.com

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