AMG FUNDS
AMG Funds
Prospectus
May 1, 2023

AMG Yacktman Focused Fund
Class N: YAFFX
Class I: YAFIX
AMG Yacktman Fund
Class I: YACKX
 
AMG Yacktman Global Fund
Class I: YFSIX
Class N: YFSNX
AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund
Class I: YASSX
Class Z: YASLX
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As with all mutual funds, the Securities and Exchange Commission has not approved or disapproved these securities or
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Summary of The Funds
AMG Yacktman Focused Fund
Investment Objective
The AMG Yacktman Focused Fund’s (the “Fund”) investment objective is to seek long-term capital appreciation and, to a lesser extent, current income.
Fees and Expenses of the Fund
The table below describes the fees and expenses that you may pay if you buy, hold and sell shares of the Fund. You may pay other fees, such as brokerage commissions and other fees to financial intermediaries, which are not reflected in the tables and examples below.
Annual Fund Operating Expenses
(expenses that you pay each year as a percentage of the value of your investment)
 
Class N
Class I
Management Fee
0.87%
0.87%
Distribution and Service (12b-1) Fees
None
None
Other Expenses
0.38%
0.19%
Acquired Fund Fees and Expenses
0.01%
0.01%
Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses1
1.26%
1.07%
1The Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses do not correlate to the ratios of expenses to average net assets in the Financial Highlights section of this Prospectus, which reflect only the operating expenses of the Fund and do not include fees and expenses of any acquired fund.
Expense Example
This Example will help you compare the cost of investing in the Fund to the cost of investing in other mutual funds. The Example makes certain assumptions. It assumes that you invest $10,000 as an initial investment in the Fund for the time periods indicated and then redeem all of your shares at the end of those periods. It also assumes that your investment has a 5% total return each year and the Fund’s operating expenses remain the same. Although your actual costs may be higher or lower, based on the above assumptions, your costs would be:
 
1 Year
3 Years
5 Years
10 Years
Class N
$128
$400
$692
$1,523
Class I
$109
$340
$590
$1,306
Portfolio Turnover
The Fund pays transaction costs, such as commissions, when it buys and sells securities (or “turns over” its portfolio). A higher portfolio turnover rate may indicate higher transaction costs and may result in higher taxes when Fund shares are held in a taxable account. These costs, which are not reflected in Annual Fund Operating Expenses or in the Example, affect the Fund's performance. During the most recent fiscal year, the Fund had a portfolio turnover rate of 13% of the average value of its portfolio.
Principal Investment Strategies
The Fund invests primarily in domestic and foreign equity securities. The Fund’s investments in foreign equity securities may include emerging market securities. The Fund also may invest in debt securities.
The Fund’s investments in equity securities may include common stocks, preferred stocks, convertible preferred stocks, warrants, options and American Depositary Receipts (“ADRs”). Some, but not all, of the equity securities will pay a dividend.
The Fund’s investments in debt securities may include U.S. Treasury notes and bonds, investment grade corporate debt securities, convertible debt securities and debt securities below investment grade (high yield or junk bonds). The Fund may invest up to 20% of its assets in such debt securities, including junk bonds, in any proportion provided that the total invested does not exceed the 20% threshold at the time of investment.
For hedging and investment purposes, the Fund may engage in short sales of securities, including short sales of securities the Fund does not own.
At times, depending on market and other conditions, and in the sole discretion of the Fund’s subadviser, Yacktman Asset Management LP (“Yacktman” or the “Subadviser”), the Fund may invest a substantial portion of its assets in a small number of issuers, business sectors or industries. The Fund is non-diversified.
The Subadviser employs a disciplined investment strategy. The Fund invests in securities of any size company at levels the Subadviser believes offer an attractive forward rate of return. When the Subadviser purchases stocks, it generally searches for companies that it believes possess one or more of the following three attributes: (1) good business; (2) shareholder-oriented management; or (3) low purchase price. The Fund generally sells companies that no longer meet its investment criteria, or if better investment opportunities are available.
Under normal market conditions, the majority of the Fund’s assets will be allocated to equity securities. The Fund may hold assets in cash and cash equivalents, and at times these holdings may be significant. The Fund’s cash level at any point typically relates to the Subadviser’s individual security selection process, and therefore may vary, depending on the Subadviser’s desired security weightings.
Principal Risks
There is the risk that you may lose money on your investment. All investments carry a certain amount of risk, and the Fund cannot guarantee that it will achieve its investment objective. An investment in the Fund is not a deposit or obligation of any bank, is not endorsed or guaranteed by any bank, and is not insured by  

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the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) or any other government agency.  
Below are some of the risks of investing in the Fund. The risks are presented in an order intended to facilitate readability and their order does not imply that the realization of one risk is more likely to occur than another risk or likely to have a greater adverse impact than another risk. The significance of any specific risk to an investment in the Fund will vary over time, depending on the composition of the Fund’s portfolio, market conditions, and other factors. You should read all of the risk information presented below carefully, because any one or more of these risks may result in losses to the Fund. 
Market Risk—market prices of investments held by the Fund may fall rapidly or unpredictably due to a variety of factors, including economic, political, or market conditions, or other factors including terrorism, war, natural disasters and the spread of infectious illness or other public health issues, including epidemics or pandemics such as the COVID-19 pandemic, or in response to events that affect particular industries or companies. 
Focused Investment Risk—to the extent the Fund invests a substantial portion of its assets in a relatively small number of securities or a particular market, industry, group of industries, country, region, group of countries, asset class or sector, it generally will be subject to greater risk than a fund that invests in a more diverse investment portfolio. In addition, the value of the Fund would be more susceptible to any single economic, market, political or regulatory occurrence affecting, for example, that particular market, industry, region or sector. 
Large-Capitalization Stock Risk—the stocks of large-capitalization companies are generally more mature and may not be able to reach the same levels of growth as the stocks of small- or mid-capitalization companies. 
Value Stock Risk—value stocks may perform differently from the market as a whole and may be undervalued by the market for a long period of time. 
Foreign Investment Risk—investments in foreign issuers involve additional risks (such as risks arising from less frequent trading, changes in political or social conditions, and less publicly available information about non-U.S. issuers) that differ from those associated with investments in U.S. issuers and may result in greater price volatility. 
Convertible Securities Risk— convertible preferred stocks, which are convertible into shares of the issuer’s common stock and pay regular dividends, and convertible debt securities, which are convertible into shares of the issuer’s common stock and bear interest, are subject to the risks of equity securities and fixed income securities. The lower the conversion premium, the more likely the price of the convertible security will follow the price of the underlying common stock. Conversely, higher premium convertible securities are more likely to exhibit the behavior of bonds because the likelihood of conversion is lower, which may cause their prices to fall as interest rates rise. There is the risk that the issuer of convertible preferred stock will not be able to make dividend payments or that the issuer of a  
convertible bond will not be able to make principal and/or interest payments. 
Credit and Counterparty Risk—the issuer of bonds or other debt securities or a counterparty to a derivatives contract may be unable or unwilling, or may be perceived as unable or unwilling, to make timely interest, principal or settlement payments or otherwise honor its obligations. 
Currency Risk—fluctuations in exchange rates may affect the total loss or gain on a non-U.S. dollar investment when converted back to U.S. dollars and exposure to non-U.S. currencies may subject the Fund to the risk that those currencies will decline in value relative to the U.S. dollar. 
Debt Securities Risk—the value of a debt security changes in response to various factors, including, for example, market-related factors, such as changes in interest rates or changes in the actual or perceived ability of an issuer to meet its obligations. Investments in debt securities are subject to, among other risks, credit risk, interest rate risk, extension risk, prepayment risk and liquidity risk. 
Derivatives Risk—the use of derivatives involves costs, the risk that the value of derivatives may not correlate perfectly with their underlying assets, rates or indices, liquidity risk, and the risk of mispricing or improper valuation. The use of derivatives may not succeed for various reasons, and the complexity and rapidly changing structure of derivatives markets may increase the possibility of market losses. 
Emerging Markets Risk—investments in emerging markets are subject to the general risks of foreign investments, as well as additional risks which can result in greater price volatility. Such additional risks include the risk that markets in emerging market countries are typically less developed and less liquid than markets in developed countries and such markets are subjected to increased economic, political, or regulatory uncertainties. 
Hedging Risk—there is no guarantee that hedging strategies will be successful. For example, changes in the value of a hedging transaction may not completely offset changes in the value of the assets and liabilities being hedged. Hedging transactions involve costs and may result in losses. 
High Yield Risk—below investment grade debt securities and unrated securities of similar credit quality (commonly known as “junk bonds” or “high yield securities”) may be subject to greater levels of interest rate, credit, liquidity, and market risk than higher-rated securities. These securities are considered predominately speculative with respect to the issuer’s continuing ability to make principal and interest payments. 
Interest Rate Risk—fixed coupon payments (cash flows) of bonds and debt securities may become less competitive with the market in periods of rising interest rates and cause bond prices to decline. During periods of increasing interest rates, the Fund may experience high levels of volatility and shareholder redemptions, and may have to sell securities at times when it would otherwise not do so, and at unfavorable prices, which could reduce the returns of the Fund. 

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Liquidity Risk—the Fund may not be able to dispose of particular investments, such as illiquid securities, readily at favorable times or prices or the Fund may have to sell them at a loss. 
Management Risk—because the Fund is an actively managed investment portfolio, security selection or focus on securities in a particular style, market sector or group of companies may cause the Fund to incur losses or underperform relative to its benchmarks or other funds with a similar investment objective. There can be no guarantee that the Subadviser’s investment techniques and risk analysis will produce the desired result. 
Non-Diversified Fund Risk—the Fund is non-diversified and therefore a greater percentage of holdings may be focused in a small number of issuers or a single issuer, which can place the Fund at greater risk. Notwithstanding the Fund’s status as a “non-diversified” investment company under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (the “1940 Act”), the Fund intends to qualify as a regulated investment company accorded favorable tax treatment under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Internal Revenue Code”), which imposes its own diversification requirements that are less restrictive than the requirements applicable to “diversified” investment companies under the 1940 Act. The Fund’s intention to qualify as a regulated investment company may limit its pursuit of its investment strategy and its investment strategy could limit its ability to so qualify. 
Sector Risk—issuers and companies that are in similar industry sectors may be similarly affected by particular economic or market events; to the extent the Fund has substantial holdings within a particular sector, the risks associated with that sector increase. Stocks in the consumer staples sector may comprise a significant portion of the Fund’s portfolio.  The consumer staples sector may be significantly affected by demographic and product trends, competitive pricing, food fads, marketing campaigns, environmental factors, and government regulation, as well as the performance of the overall economy, interest rates, and consumer confidence. 
Short Sales Risk—a short sale of a security involves the theoretical risk of unlimited loss because of potential unlimited increases in the market price of the security sold short. The Fund’s use of short sales, in certain circumstances, can result in significant losses. 
Small- and Mid-Capitalization Stock Risk—the stocks of small- and mid-capitalization companies often have greater price volatility, lower trading volume, and less liquidity than the stocks of larger, more established companies. 
Performance
The following performance information illustrates the risks of investing in the Fund by showing changes in the Fund's performance from year to year and by showing how the Fund's performance compares to that of two broad-based securities market indices. As always, past performance of the Fund (before and after taxes) is not an indication of how the Fund will perform in the future.  
Effective February 27, 2017, the Fund’s Class S shares (formerly Service Class shares, which were renamed Class S shares on October 1, 2016) were renamed Class N shares. Effective October 1, 2016, outstanding Institutional Class shares of the Fund were renamed Class I shares.  
To obtain updated performance information please visit www.amgfunds.com or call 800.548.4539. 
Calendar Year Total Returns as of 12/31/22 (Class N)  
Best Quarter: 21.17% (4th Quarter 2020)
Worst Quarter: -21.04% (1st Quarter 2020) 
Average Annual Total Returns as of 12/31/22
AMG Yacktman Focused Fund
1 Year
5 Years
10 Years
Class N
Return Before Taxes
-8.06%
9.00%
10.61%
Class N
Return After Taxes on Distributions
-9.62%
6.16%
7.78%
Class N
Return After Taxes on Distributions and
Sale of Fund Shares
-3.67%
6.71%
8.02%
Class I
Return Before Taxes
-7.85%
9.21%
10.82%
Russell 1000® Value Index
(reflects no deduction for fees, expenses,
or taxes)
-7.54%
6.67%
10.29%
S&P 500® Index
(reflects no deduction for fees, expenses,
or taxes)
-18.11%
9.42%
12.56%
After-tax returns are calculated using the historical highest individual federal marginal income tax rates and do not reflect the impact of state and local taxes. Actual after-tax returns depend on an investor's tax situation and may differ from those shown. After-tax returns are not relevant to investors who hold their Fund shares through tax-advantaged arrangements, such as 401(k) plans or individual retirement accounts (“IRAs”). After-tax returns are shown for Class N shares only, and after-tax returns for Class I shares will vary.
Portfolio Management
Investment Manager
AMG Funds LLC (the “Investment Manager”)
Subadviser
Yacktman Asset Management LP

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Portfolio Managers
Stephen A. Yacktman
Partner and Chief Investment Officer; Portfolio Manager of the Fund and its predecessor fund since 12/02.
Jason S. Subotky
Partner; Portfolio Manager of the Fund and its predecessor fund since 12/09.
Adam P. Sues
Partner; Portfolio Manager of the Fund since 05/21.
Buying and Selling Fund Shares
Initial Investment Minimum
Class N
Regular Account: $2,000
Individual Retirement Account: $1,000
Class I
Regular Account: $100,000
Individual Retirement Account: $25,000
Additional Investment Minimum
Class N and Class I (all accounts): $100
TRANSACTION POLICIES
You may purchase or sell your shares of the Fund any day that the New York Stock Exchange is open for business, either through your registered investment professional or directly from or to the Fund. Shares may be purchased, sold or exchanged by mail at the address listed below, by phone at 800.548.4539, online at www.amgfunds.com, or by bank wire (if bank wire instructions are on file for your account).
AMG Funds
c/o BNY Mellon Investment Servicing (US) Inc.
P.O. Box 534426
Pittsburgh, PA 15253-4426
Tax Information
The Fund intends to make distributions that are taxable to you as ordinary income, qualified dividend income or capital gains, except when your investment is in an IRA, 401(k), or other tax-advantaged investment plan. By investing in the Fund through such a plan, you will not be subject to tax on distributions from the Fund so long as the amounts distributed remain in the plan, but you will generally be taxed upon withdrawal of monies from the plan.
Payments to Broker-Dealers and Other Financial Intermediaries
If you purchase the Fund through a broker-dealer or other financial intermediary (such as a bank), the Fund and its related companies, including the Investment Manager, AMG Distributors, Inc. (the “Distributor”) and the Subadviser, may pay the intermediary for the sale of Fund shares and related services. These payments may create a conflict of interest by influencing the broker-dealer or other intermediary and your salesperson to recommend the Fund over another investment.
Ask your salesperson or visit your financial intermediary’s website for more information.

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AMG Yacktman Fund
Investment Objective
The AMG Yacktman Fund's (the "Fund") investment objective is to seek long-term capital appreciation and, to a lesser extent, current income.
Fees and Expenses of the Fund
The table below describes the fees and expenses that you may pay if you buy, hold and sell shares of the Fund. You may pay other fees, such as brokerage commissions and other fees to financial intermediaries, which are not reflected in the tables and examples below.
Annual Fund Operating Expenses
(expenses that you pay each year as a percentage of the value of your investment)
 
Class I
Management Fee
0.43%
Distribution and Service (12b-1) Fees
None
Other Expenses
0.27%
Acquired Fund Fees and Expenses
0.02%
Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses1
0.72%
1The Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses do not correlate to the ratios of expenses to average net assets in the Financial Highlights section of this Prospectus, which reflect only the operating expenses of the Fund and do not include fees and expenses of any acquired fund.
Expense Example
This Example will help you compare the cost of investing in the Fund to the cost of investing in other mutual funds. The Example makes certain assumptions. It assumes that you invest $10,000 as an initial investment in the Fund for the time periods indicated and then redeem all of your shares at the end of those periods. It also assumes that your investment has a 5% total return each year and the Fund’s operating expenses remain the same. Although your actual costs may be higher or lower, based on the above assumptions, your costs would be:
 
1 Year
3 Years
5 Years
10 Years
Class I
$74
$230
$401
$894
Portfolio Turnover
The Fund pays transaction costs, such as commissions, when it buys and sells securities (or “turns over” its portfolio). A higher portfolio turnover rate may indicate higher transaction costs and may result in higher taxes when Fund shares are held in a taxable account. These costs, which are not reflected in Annual Fund Operating Expenses or in the Example, affect the Fund's performance. During the most recent fiscal year, the Fund had a portfolio turnover rate of 11% of the average value of its portfolio.
Principal Investment Strategies
The Fund invests primarily in domestic equity securities. The Fund, however, also may invest in foreign equity securities, including emerging market securities, and debt securities.
The Fund may invest up to 30% of its assets in foreign equity securities. This 30% limit does not apply to investments in the form of American Depositary Receipts (“ADRs”). The Fund's investments in equity securities may include common stocks, preferred stocks, convertible preferred stocks and ADRs. Some, but not all, of the equity securities will pay a dividend.
The Fund's investments in debt securities may include U.S. Treasury notes and bonds, investment grade corporate debt securities, convertible debt securities and debt securities below investment grade (high yield or junk bonds). The Fund may invest up to 20% of its assets in such debt securities, including junk bonds, in any proportion provided that the total invested does not exceed the 20% threshold at the time of investment.
The Fund's subadviser, Yacktman Asset Management LP (“Yacktman” or the “Subadviser”), employs a disciplined investment strategy. The Fund invests in securities of any size company at levels the Subadviser believes offer an attractive forward rate of return. When the Subadviser purchases stocks, it generally searches for companies that it believes possess one or more of the following three attributes: (1) good business; (2) shareholder-oriented management; or (3) low purchase price. The Fund generally sells companies that no longer meet its investment criteria, or if better investment opportunities are available.
Under normal market conditions, the majority of the Fund’s assets will be allocated to equity securities. The Fund may hold assets in cash and cash equivalents, and at times these holdings may be significant. The Fund’s cash level at any point typically relates to the Subadviser’s individual security selection process, and therefore may vary, depending on the Subadviser’s desired security weightings.
Principal Risks
There is the risk that you may lose money on your investment. All investments carry a certain amount of risk, and the Fund cannot guarantee that it will achieve its investment objective. An investment in the Fund is not a deposit or obligation of any bank, is not endorsed or guaranteed by any bank, and is not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) or any other government agency.
Below are some of the risks of investing in the Fund. The risks are presented in an order intended to facilitate readability and their order does not imply that the realization of one risk is more likely to occur than another risk or likely to have a greater adverse impact than another risk. The significance of any  

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specific risk to an investment in the Fund will vary over time, depending on the composition of the Fund’s portfolio, market conditions, and other factors. You should read all of the risk information presented below carefully, because any one or more of these risks may result in losses to the Fund. 
Market Risk—market prices of investments held by the Fund may fall rapidly or unpredictably due to a variety of factors, including economic, political, or market conditions, or other factors including terrorism, war, natural disasters and the spread of infectious illness or other public health issues, including epidemics or pandemics such as the COVID-19 pandemic, or in response to events that affect particular industries or companies. 
Large-Capitalization Stock Risk—the stocks of large-capitalization companies are generally more mature and may not be able to reach the same levels of growth as the stocks of small- or mid-capitalization companies. 
Value Stock Risk—value stocks may perform differently from the market as a whole and may be undervalued by the market for a long period of time. 
Foreign Investment Risk—investments in foreign issuers involve additional risks (such as risks arising from less frequent trading, changes in political or social conditions, and less publicly available information about non-U.S. issuers) that differ from those associated with investments in U.S. issuers and may result in greater price volatility. 
Management Risk—because the Fund is an actively managed investment portfolio, security selection or focus on securities in a particular style, market sector or group of companies may cause the Fund to incur losses or underperform relative to its benchmarks or other funds with a similar investment objective. To the extent the Fund invests a substantial portion of its assets in a relatively small number of securities, the Fund’s net asset value may be more volatile and the Fund may involve more risk than a fund that invests in a greater number of securities. There can be no guarantee that the Subadviser’s investment techniques and risk analysis will produce the desired result. 
Convertible Securities Risk— convertible preferred stocks, which are convertible into shares of the issuer’s common stock and pay regular dividends, and convertible debt securities, which are convertible into shares of the issuer’s common stock and bear interest, are subject to the risks of equity securities and fixed income securities. The lower the conversion premium, the more likely the price of the convertible security will follow the price of the underlying common stock. Conversely, higher premium convertible securities are more likely to exhibit the behavior of bonds because the likelihood of conversion is lower, which may cause their prices to fall as interest rates rise. There is the risk that the issuer of convertible preferred stock will not be able to make dividend payments or that the issuer of a convertible bond will not be able to make principal and/or interest payments. 
Credit and Counterparty Risk—the issuer of bonds or other debt securities or a counterparty to a derivatives contract may be unable or unwilling, or may be perceived as unable or unwilling,  
to make timely interest, principal or settlement payments or otherwise honor its obligations. 
Currency Risk—fluctuations in exchange rates may affect the total loss or gain on a non-U.S. dollar investment when converted back to U.S. dollars and exposure to non-U.S. currencies may subject the Fund to the risk that those currencies will decline in value relative to the U.S. dollar. 
Debt Securities Risk—the value of a debt security changes in response to various factors, including, for example, market-related factors, such as changes in interest rates or changes in the actual or perceived ability of an issuer to meet its obligations. Investments in debt securities are subject to, among other risks, credit risk, interest rate risk, extension risk, prepayment risk and liquidity risk. 
Emerging Markets Risk—investments in emerging markets are subject to the general risks of foreign investments, as well as additional risks which can result in greater price volatility. Such additional risks include the risk that markets in emerging market countries are typically less developed and less liquid than markets in developed countries and such markets are subjected to increased economic, political, or regulatory uncertainties. 
High Yield Risk—below investment grade debt securities and unrated securities of similar credit quality (commonly known as “junk bonds” or “high yield securities”) may be subject to greater levels of interest rate, credit, liquidity, and market risk than higher-rated securities. These securities are considered predominately speculative with respect to the issuer’s continuing ability to make principal and interest payments. 
Interest Rate Risk—fixed coupon payments (cash flows) of bonds and debt securities may become less competitive with the market in periods of rising interest rates and cause bond prices to decline. During periods of increasing interest rates, the Fund may experience high levels of volatility and shareholder redemptions, and may have to sell securities at times when it would otherwise not do so, and at unfavorable prices, which could reduce the returns of the Fund. 
Sector Risk—issuers and companies that are in similar industry sectors may be similarly affected by particular economic or market events; to the extent the Fund has substantial holdings within a particular sector, the risks associated with that sector increase. Stocks in the consumer staples sector may comprise a significant portion of the Fund’s portfolio.  The consumer staples sector may be significantly affected by demographic and product trends, competitive pricing, food fads, marketing campaigns, environmental factors, and government regulation, as well as the performance of the overall economy, interest rates, and consumer confidence. 
Small- and Mid-Capitalization Stock Risk—the stocks of small- and mid-capitalization companies often have greater price volatility, lower trading volume, and less liquidity than the stocks of larger, more established companies. 

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Performance
The following performance information illustrates the risks of investing in the Fund by showing changes in the Fund's performance from year to year and by showing how the Fund's performance compares to that of two broad-based securities market indices. As always, past performance of the Fund (before and after taxes) is not an indication of how the Fund will perform in the future.
 
Effective October 1, 2016, the Fund’s Service Class shares were renamed Class I shares. To obtain updated performance information please visit www.amgfunds.com or call 800.548.4539. 
Calendar Year Total Returns as of 12/31/22 (Class I)  
Best Quarter: 20.46% (4th Quarter 2020)
Worst Quarter: -21.68% (1st Quarter 2020) 
Average Annual Total Returns as of 12/31/22
AMG Yacktman Fund
1 Year
5 Years
10 Years
Class I
Return Before Taxes
-7.37%
9.07%
10.54%
Class I
Return After Taxes on Distributions
-8.89%
6.57%
8.27%
Class I
Return After Taxes on Distributions and
Sale of Fund Shares
-3.29%
6.78%
8.14%
Russell 1000® Value Index
(reflects no deduction for fees, expenses,
or taxes)
-7.54%
6.67%
10.29%
S&P 500® Index
(reflects no deduction for fees, expenses,
or taxes)
-18.11%
9.42%
12.56%
After-tax returns are calculated using the historical highest individual federal marginal income tax rates and do not reflect the impact of state and local taxes. Actual after-tax returns depend on an investor's tax situation and may differ from those shown. After-tax returns are not relevant to investors who hold their Fund shares through tax-advantaged arrangements, such as 401(k) plans or individual retirement accounts (“IRAs”).
Portfolio Management
Investment Manager
AMG Funds LLC (the “Investment Manager”)
Subadviser
Yacktman Asset Management LP
Portfolio Managers
Stephen A. Yacktman
Partner and Chief Investment Officer; Portfolio Manager of the Fund and its predecessor fund since 12/02.
Jason S. Subotky
Partner; Portfolio Manager of the Fund and its predecessor fund since 12/09.
Adam P. Sues
Partner; Portfolio Manager of the Fund since 05/21.
Buying and Selling Fund Shares
Initial Investment Minimum
Class I
Regular Account: $100,000
Individual Retirement Account: $25,000
Additional Investment Minimum
Class I (all accounts): $100
TRANSACTION POLICIES
You may purchase or sell your shares of the Fund any day that the New York Stock Exchange is open for business, either through your registered investment professional or directly from or to the Fund. Shares may be purchased, sold or exchanged by mail at the address listed below, by phone at 800.548.4539, online at www.amgfunds.com, or by bank wire (if bank wire instructions are on file for your account).
AMG Funds
c/o BNY Mellon Investment Servicing (US) Inc.
P.O. Box 534426
Pittsburgh, PA 15253-4426
Tax Information
The Fund intends to make distributions that are taxable to you as ordinary income, qualified dividend income or capital gains, except when your investment is in an IRA, 401(k), or other tax-advantaged investment plan. By investing in the Fund through such a plan, you will not be subject to tax on distributions from the Fund so long as the amounts distributed remain in the plan, but you will generally be taxed upon withdrawal of monies from the plan.
Payments to Broker-Dealers and Other Financial Intermediaries
If you purchase the Fund through a broker-dealer or other financial intermediary (such as a bank), the Fund and its related companies, including the Investment Manager, AMG Distributors, Inc. (the “Distributor”) and the Subadviser, may pay the intermediary for the sale of Fund shares and related services. These payments may create a conflict of interest by influencing the broker-dealer or other intermediary and your salesperson to recommend the Fund over another investment. Ask your salesperson or visit your financial intermediary’s website for more information.

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AMG Yacktman Global Fund
Investment Objective
The investment objective of AMG Yacktman Global Fund (the “Fund”) is to generate equity-like rates of return over a full market cycle while managing the level of risk.
Fees and Expenses of the Fund
The table below describes the fees and expenses that you may pay if you buy, hold and sell shares of the Fund. You may pay other fees, such as brokerage commissions and other fees to financial intermediaries, which are not reflected in the tables and examples below.
Annual Fund Operating Expenses
(expenses that you pay each year as a percentage of the value of your investment)
 
Class N
Class I
Management Fee
0.71%
0.71%
Distribution and Service (12b-1) Fees
None
None
Other Expenses
0.46%
0.26%
Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses
1.17%
0.97%
Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements1
(0.04)%
(0.04)%
Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After
Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements1
1.13%
0.93%
1AMG Funds LLC (the “Investment Manager”) has contractually agreed, through at least May 1, 2024, to waive management fees and/or pay or reimburse the Fund’s expenses in order to limit Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements (exclusive of taxes, interest (including interest incurred in connection with bank and custody overdrafts and in connection with securities sold short), shareholder servicing fees, distribution and service (12b-1) fees, brokerage commissions and other transaction costs, dividends payable with respect to securities sold short, acquired fund fees and expenses, and extraordinary expenses) of the Fund to the annual rate of 0.93% of the Fund’s average daily net assets (this annual rate or such other annual rate that may be in effect from time to time, the “Expense Cap”), subject to later reimbursement by the Fund in certain circumstances. In general, for a period of up to 36 months after the date any amounts are paid, waived or reimbursed by the Investment Manager, the Investment Manager may recover such amounts from the Fund, provided that such repayment would not cause the Fund’s Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements (exclusive of the items noted in the parenthetical above) to exceed either (i) the Expense Cap in effect at the time such amounts were paid, waived or reimbursed, or (ii) the Expense Cap in effect at the time of such repayment by the Fund. The contractual expense limitation may only be terminated in the event the Investment Manager or a successor ceases to be the investment manager of the Fund or a successor fund, by mutual agreement between the Investment Manager and the AMG Funds Board of Trustees or in the event of the Fund’s liquidation unless the Fund is reorganized or is a party to a merger in which the surviving entity is successor to the accounting and performance information of the Fund.
Expense Example
This Example will help you compare the cost of investing in the Fund to the cost of investing in other mutual funds. The Example makes certain assumptions. It assumes that you invest $10,000 as an initial investment in the Fund for the time periods indicated and then redeem all of your shares at the end of those periods. It also assumes that your investment has a 5% total return each year and the Fund’s operating expenses remain the same. The Example includes the Fund’s contractual expense
limitation through May 1, 2024. Although your actual costs may be higher or lower, based on the above assumptions, your costs would be:
 
1 Year
3 Years
5 Years
10 Years
Class N
$115
$368
$640
$1,417
Class I
$95
$305
$532
$1,186
Portfolio Turnover
The Fund pays transaction costs, such as commissions, when it buys and sells securities (or “turns over” its portfolio). A higher portfolio turnover rate may indicate higher transaction costs and may result in higher taxes when Fund shares are held in a taxable account. These costs, which are not reflected in Annual Fund Operating Expenses or in the Example, affect the Fund's performance. During the most recent fiscal year, the Fund had a portfolio turnover rate of 11% of the average value of its portfolio.
Principal Investment Strategies
The Fund invests primarily in domestic and foreign equity securities. The Fund’s investments in foreign equity securities may include emerging market securities. The Fund also may invest in debt securities.
The Fund’s investments in equity securities may include common stocks, preferred stocks, convertible preferred stocks, warrants, options and American Depositary Receipts (“ADRs”). Some, but not all, of the equity securities will pay a dividend.
The Fund’s investments in debt securities may include U.S. Treasury notes and bonds, investment grade corporate debt securities, convertible debt securities and debt securities below investment grade (high yield or junk bonds).
For hedging and investment purposes, the Fund may engage in short sales of securities, including short sales of securities the Fund does not own.
At times, depending on market and other conditions, and in the sole discretion of the Fund’s subadviser, Yacktman Asset Management LP (“Yacktman” or the “Subadviser”), the Fund will focus a substantial portion of its assets in a small number of issuers, business sectors or industries. The Fund is non-diversified.
Under normal circumstances, the Fund invests at least 35% (or if conditions are not favorable, in the view of Yacktman, at least 25%) of its net assets in investments economically tied to countries other than the U.S., and the Fund will hold investments economically tied to a minimum of three countries other than the U.S. The Fund considers an investment to be economically tied to a country other than the U.S. if it provides investment exposure to a non-U.S. issuer. The Fund considers a company to be a non-U.S. issuer if (i) it is organized outside the U.S. or maintains a principal place of business outside the U.S., (ii) its securities are traded principally outside the U.S., or (iii) during its most recent fiscal year, it derived at least 50% of its  

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revenues or profits from goods produced or sold, investments made, or services performed outside the U.S. or it has at least 50% of its assets outside the U.S. 
Principal Risks
There is the risk that you may lose money on your investment. All investments carry a certain amount of risk, and the Fund cannot guarantee that it will achieve its investment objective. An investment in the Fund is not a deposit or obligation of any bank, is not endorsed or guaranteed by any bank, and is not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) or any other government agency.
Below are some of the risks of investing in the Fund. The risks are presented in an order intended to facilitate readability and their order does not imply that the realization of one risk is more likely to occur than another risk or likely to have a greater adverse impact than another risk. The significance of any specific risk to an investment in the Fund will vary over time, depending on the composition of the Fund’s portfolio, market conditions, and other factors. You should read all of the risk information presented below carefully, because any one or more of these risks may result in losses to the Fund. 
Market Risk—market prices of investments held by the Fund may fall rapidly or unpredictably due to a variety of factors, including economic, political, or market conditions, or other factors including terrorism, war, natural disasters and the spread of infectious illness or other public health issues, including epidemics or pandemics such as the COVID-19 pandemic, or in response to events that affect particular industries or companies. 
Focused Investment Risk—to the extent the Fund invests a substantial portion of its assets in a relatively small number of securities or a particular market, industry, group of industries, country, region, group of countries, asset class or sector, it generally will be subject to greater risk than a fund that invests in a more diverse investment portfolio. In addition, the value of the Fund would be more susceptible to any single economic, market, political or regulatory occurrence affecting, for example, that particular market, industry, region or sector. 
Large-Capitalization Stock Risk—the stocks of large-capitalization companies are generally more mature and may not be able to reach the same levels of growth as the stocks of small- or mid-capitalization companies. 
Value Stock Risk—value stocks may perform differently from the market as a whole and may be undervalued by the market for a long period of time. 
Foreign Investment Risk—investments in foreign issuers involve additional risks (such as risks arising from less frequent trading, changes in political or social conditions, and less publicly available information about non-U.S. issuers) that differ from those associated with investments in U.S. issuers and may result in greater price volatility. 
Convertible Securities Risk— convertible preferred stocks, which are convertible into shares of the issuer’s common stock and pay regular dividends, and convertible debt securities, which are convertible into shares of the issuer’s common stock and bear interest, are subject to the risks of equity securities and fixed income securities. The lower the conversion premium, the more likely the price of the convertible security will follow the price of the underlying common stock. Conversely, higher premium convertible securities are more likely to exhibit the behavior of bonds because the likelihood of conversion is lower,  
which may cause their prices to fall as interest rates rise. There is the risk that the issuer of convertible preferred stock will not be able to make dividend payments or that the issuer of a convertible bond will not be able to make principal and/or interest payments. 
Credit and Counterparty Risk—the issuer of bonds or other debt securities or a counterparty to a derivatives contract may be unable or unwilling, or may be perceived as unable or unwilling, to make timely interest, principal or settlement payments or otherwise honor its obligations. 
Currency Risk—fluctuations in exchange rates may affect the total loss or gain on a non-U.S. dollar investment when converted back to U.S. dollars and exposure to non-U.S. currencies may subject the Fund to the risk that those currencies will decline in value relative to the U.S. dollar. 
Debt Securities Risk—the value of a debt security changes in response to various factors, including, for example, market-related factors, such as changes in interest rates or changes in the actual or perceived ability of an issuer to meet its obligations. Investments in debt securities are subject to, among other risks, credit risk, interest rate risk, extension risk, prepayment risk and liquidity risk. 
Derivatives Risk—the use of derivatives involves costs, the risk that the value of derivatives may not correlate perfectly with their underlying assets, rates or indices, liquidity risk, and the risk of mispricing or improper valuation. The use of derivatives may not succeed for various reasons, and the complexity and rapidly changing structure of derivatives markets may increase the possibility of market losses. 
Emerging Markets Risk—investments in emerging markets are subject to the general risks of foreign investments, as well as additional risks which can result in greater price volatility. Such additional risks include the risk that markets in emerging market countries are typically less developed and less liquid than markets in developed countries and such markets are subjected to increased economic, political, or regulatory uncertainties. 
Geographic Focus Risk—to the extent the Fund focuses its investments in a particular country, group of countries or geographic region, the Fund is particularly susceptible to economic, political, regulatory or other events or conditions affecting such countries or region, and the Fund’s NAV may be more volatile than the NAV of a more geographically diversified fund and may result in losses. 
Hedging Risk—there is no guarantee that hedging strategies will be successful. For example, changes in the value of a hedging transaction may not completely offset changes in the value of the assets and liabilities being hedged. Hedging transactions involve costs and may result in losses. 
High Yield Risk—below investment grade debt securities and unrated securities of similar credit quality (commonly known as “junk bonds” or “high yield securities”) may be subject to greater levels of interest rate, credit, liquidity, and market risk than higher-rated securities. These securities are considered predominately speculative with respect to the issuer’s continuing ability to make principal and interest payments. 
Interest Rate Risk—fixed coupon payments (cash flows) of bonds and debt securities may become less competitive with the market in periods of rising interest rates and cause bond prices to decline. During periods of increasing interest rates, the Fund  

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may experience high levels of volatility and shareholder redemptions, and may have to sell securities at times when it would otherwise not do so, and at unfavorable prices, which could reduce the returns of the Fund. 
Liquidity Risk—the Fund may not be able to dispose of particular investments, such as illiquid securities, readily at favorable times or prices or the Fund may have to sell them at a loss. 
Management Risk—because the Fund is an actively managed investment portfolio, security selection or focus on securities in a particular style, market sector or group of companies may cause the Fund to incur losses or underperform relative to its benchmarks or other funds with a similar investment objective. There can be no guarantee that the Subadviser’s investment techniques and risk analysis will produce the desired result. 
Non-Diversified Fund Risk—the Fund is non-diversified and therefore a greater percentage of holdings may be focused in a small number of issuers or a single issuer, which can place the Fund at greater risk. Notwithstanding the Fund’s status as a “non-diversified” investment company under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (the “1940 Act”), the Fund intends to qualify as a regulated investment company accorded favorable tax treatment under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Internal Revenue Code”), which imposes its own diversification requirements that are less restrictive than the requirements applicable to “diversified” investment companies under the 1940 Act. The Fund’s intention to qualify as a regulated investment company may limit its pursuit of its investment strategy and its investment strategy could limit its ability to so qualify. 
Sector Risk—issuers and companies that are in similar industry sectors may be similarly affected by particular economic or market events; to the extent the Fund has substantial holdings within a particular sector, the risks associated with that sector increase. Stocks in the information technology sector may comprise a significant portion of the Fund's portfolio. The information technology sector may be affected by technological obsolescence, short product cycles, falling prices and profits, competitive pressures and general market conditions. 
Short Sales Risk—a short sale of a security involves the theoretical risk of unlimited loss because of potential unlimited increases in the market price of the security sold short. The Fund’s use of short sales, in certain circumstances, can result in significant losses. 
Small- and Mid-Capitalization Stock Risk—the stocks of small- and mid-capitalization companies often have greater price volatility, lower trading volume, and less liquidity than the stocks of larger, more established companies. 
Performance
The following performance information illustrates the risks of investing in the Fund by showing changes in the Fund’s performance from year to year and by showing how the Fund’s performance compares to that of a broad-based securities market index. As always, past performance of the Fund (before and after taxes) is not an indication of how the Fund will perform in the future.  
As of July 1, 2021, the Fund changed its name to “AMG Yacktman Global Fund,” adopted its current investment strategies and began comparing its performance to the MSCI World  
Index. The Fund’s performance information for periods prior to July 1, 2021 reflects the Fund’s investment strategy that was in effect at that time and would have been different had the Fund’s current investment strategy been in effect.  
To obtain updated performance information please visit www.amgfunds.com or call 800.548.4539. 
Calendar Year Total Returns as of 12/31/22 (Class N)  
Best Quarter: 25.74% (4th Quarter 2020)
Worst Quarter: -24.68% (1st Quarter 2020) 
Average Annual Total Returns as of 12/31/22
AMG Yacktman Global Fund
1 Year
5 Years
Since
Inception1
Class N
Return Before Taxes
-9.31%
8.50%
10.61%
Class N
Return After Taxes on Distributions
-9.96%
7.30%
9.42%
Class N
Return After Taxes on Distributions and
Sale of Fund Shares
-4.63%
6.57%
8.32%
Class I
Return Before Taxes
-9.06%
8.59%
10.69%
MSCI World Index
(reflects no deduction for fees,
expenses, or taxes)
-18.14%
6.14%
8.38%
1Performance shown reflects performance since the inception date of the Fund on January 30, 2017.
After-tax returns are calculated using the historical highest individual federal marginal income tax rates and do not reflect the impact of state and local taxes. Actual after-tax returns depend on an investor's tax situation and may differ from those shown. After-tax returns are not relevant to investors who hold their Fund shares through tax-advantaged arrangements, such as 401(k) plans or individual retirement accounts (“IRAs”). After-tax returns are shown for Class N shares only, and after-tax returns for Class I shares will vary.
Portfolio Management
Investment Manager
AMG Funds LLC
Subadviser
Yacktman Asset Management LP

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Portfolio Managers
Stephen A. Yacktman
Partner and Chief Investment Officer; Portfolio Manager of the Fund since the commencement of the Fund.
Jason S. Subotky
Partner; Portfolio Manager of the Fund since the commencement of the Fund.
Adam P. Sues
Partner; Portfolio Manager of the Fund since 05/21.
Buying and Selling Fund Shares
Initial Investment Minimum
Class N
Regular Account: $2,000
Individual Retirement Account: $1,000
Class I
Regular Account: $100,000
Individual Retirement Account: $25,000
Additional Investment Minimum
Class N and Class I (all accounts): $100
TRANSACTION POLICIES
You may purchase or sell your shares of the Fund any day that the New York Stock Exchange is open for business, either through your registered investment professional or directly from or to the Fund. Shares may be purchased, sold or exchanged by mail at the address listed below, by phone at 800.548.4539, online at www.amgfunds.com, or by bank wire (if bank wire instructions are on file for your account).
AMG Funds
c/o BNY Mellon Investment Servicing (US) Inc.
P.O. Box 534426
Pittsburgh, PA 15253-4426
Tax Information
The Fund intends to make distributions that are taxable to you as ordinary income, qualified dividend income or capital gains, except when your investment is in an IRA, 401(k), or other tax-advantaged investment plan. By investing in the Fund through such a plan, you will not be subject to tax on distributions from the Fund so long as the amounts distributed remain in the plan, but you will generally be taxed upon withdrawal of monies from the plan.
Payments to Broker-Dealers and Other Financial Intermediaries
If you purchase the Fund through a broker-dealer or other financial intermediary (such as a bank), the Fund and its related companies, including the Investment Manager, AMG Distributors, Inc. (the “Distributor”) and the Subadviser, may pay the intermediary for the sale of Fund shares and related services. These payments may create a conflict of interest by influencing the broker-dealer or other intermediary and your salesperson to recommend the Fund over another investment. Ask your salesperson or visit your financial intermediary’s website for more information.

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AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund
Investment Objective
The AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund’s (the “Fund”) investment objective is to seek long-term capital appreciation.
Fees and Expenses of the Fund
The table below describes the fees and expenses that you may pay if you buy, hold and sell shares of the Fund. You may pay other fees, such as brokerage commissions and other fees to financial intermediaries, which are not reflected in the tables and examples below.
Annual Fund Operating Expenses
(expenses that you pay each year as a percentage of the value of your investment)
 
Class I
Class Z
Management Fee1
1.59%
1.59%
Distribution and Service (12b-1) Fees
None
None
Other Expenses2
0.41%
0.31%
Acquired Fund Fees and Expenses
0.01%
0.01%
Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses3
2.01%
1.91%
Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements4
(0.04)%
(0.04)%
Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After
Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements3,4
1.97%
1.87%
1The Fund pays a monthly investment management fee consisting of a base fee, plus or minus an adjustment based on the Fund’s performance relative to the MSCI ACWI All Cap Index (net) over the immediately preceding rolling 12 months. The base fee is calculated at an annual rate of 1.37% of the Fund’s average daily net assets for the month. The performance adjustment for each month ranges from an annual rate of -0.75% to +0.75% and is multiplied by the Fund’s average monthly net assets for the prior rolling 12 months.
2“Other Expenses” include 0.01% paid by the Fund to AMG Funds LLC (the “Investment Manager”) during the prior fiscal year pursuant to the Fund’s contractual expense limitation agreement, which provides for the recoupment of previously waived management fees and/or paid or reimbursed expenses in certain circumstances described in footnote 4 below.
3The Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses and Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements do not correlate to the ratios of expenses to average net assets in the Financial Highlights section of this Prospectus, which reflect only the operating expenses of the Fund and do not include fees and expenses of any acquired fund.
4The Investment Manager has contractually agreed, through at least May 1, 2024, to waive investment management fees and/or pay or reimburse the Fund’s expenses in order to limit Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements (exclusive of investment management fees, administrative fees, taxes, interest (including interest incurred in connection with bank and custody overdrafts and in connection with securities sold short), shareholder servicing fees, distribution and service (12b-1) fees, brokerage commissions and other transaction costs, dividends payable with respect to securities sold short, acquired fund fees and expenses, and extraordinary expenses) of the Fund to the annual rate of 0.12% of the Fund’s average daily net assets (this annual rate or such other annual rate that may be in effect from time to time, the “Expense Cap”), subject to later reimbursement by the Fund in certain circumstances. In general, for a period of up to 36 months after the date any amounts are paid, waived or reimbursed by the Investment Manager, the Investment Manager may recover such amounts from the Fund, provided that such repayment would not cause the Fund’s Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements (exclusive of the items noted in the parenthetical above) to exceed either (i) the Expense Cap in effect at the time such amounts were paid, waived or reimbursed, or (ii)
the Expense Cap in effect at the time of such repayment by the Fund. The contractual expense limitation may only be terminated in the event the Investment Manager or a successor ceases to be the investment manager of the Fund or a successor fund, by mutual agreement between the Investment Manager and the AMG Funds Board of Trustees or in the event of the Fund’s liquidation unless the Fund is reorganized or is a party to a merger in which the surviving entity is successor to the accounting and performance information of the Fund. For purposes of this contractual expense limitation, “investment management fees” includes any performance adjustments.
Expense Example
This Example will help you compare the cost of investing in the Fund to the cost of investing in other mutual funds. The Example makes certain assumptions. It assumes that you invest $10,000 as an initial investment in the Fund for the time periods indicated and then redeem all of your shares at the end of those periods. It also assumes that your investment has a 5% total return each year and the Fund’s operating expenses remain the same. The Example includes the Fund’s contractual expense limitation through May 1, 2024. Although your actual costs may be higher or lower, based on the above assumptions, your costs would be:
 
1 Year
3 Years
5 Years
10 Years
Class I
$200
$627
$1,079
$2,334
Class Z
$190
$596
$1,028
$2,229
Portfolio Turnover
The Fund pays transaction costs, such as commissions, when it buys and sells securities (or “turns over” its portfolio). A higher portfolio turnover rate may indicate higher transaction costs and may result in higher taxes when Fund shares are held in a taxable account. These costs, which are not reflected in Annual Fund Operating Expenses or in the Example, affect the Fund's performance. During the most recent fiscal year, the Fund had a portfolio turnover rate of 40% of the average value of its portfolio.
Principal Investment Strategies
In pursuing the objective of long-term capital appreciation, the Fund employs a value-oriented investment approach. The Fund’s investment strategy consists of purchasing securities where Yacktman Asset Management LP (“Yacktman” or the “Subadviser”) believes the current market price offers a meaningful discount to intrinsic value (with value measured on an absolute basis, rather than on a relative basis to the broader market).
The Subadviser employs a fundamental, bottom-up selection process. The Subadviser’s fundamental analysis consists of examining such factors as a company’s history, business model, earnings potential, management team, and industry position.  

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Typical investments will often take into account, but not be limited to, the following factors:  
Businesses the Subadviser believes have a durable competitive position exhibited by high market share, profitability or returns on capital  
Management teams with a track record of strong execution and rational capital allocation  
Low purchase price in relation to a company’s asset value, earnings potential or cash generation ability  
Securities are purchased when the Subadviser believes they offer an attractive forward rate of return, after adjusting for business quality and risk. Investments are generally sold when the Subadviser believes the price of the security meets or exceeds its intrinsic value, the Subadviser’s investment criteria are no longer met, or the Subadviser believes more attractive investments become available.  
The Fund invests primarily in domestic and foreign equity securities, including emerging market securities, of any market capitalization range. The Fund, however, may also invest in domestic and foreign debt securities. The Fund is not precluded from investing in a growth stock if the Subadviser believes such security otherwise meets its investment criteria.  
The Fund’s investments in equity securities may include common stocks, preferred stocks, convertible preferred stocks, warrants, options, American Depositary Receipts (“ADRs”), Global Depositary Receipts (“GDRs”) and other depositary receipts of non-U.S. listed companies.  
The Fund’s investments in debt securities may include U.S. Treasury notes and bonds, investment grade corporate debt securities, convertible debt securities and debt securities below investment grade (high yield or junk bonds). The Fund may invest up to 20% of its assets in such debt securities, including junk bonds, in any proportion provided that the total invested does not exceed the 20% threshold at the time of investment.  
At times, depending on market and other conditions, and at the discretion of the Subadviser, the Fund may invest a substantial portion of its assets in a small number of issuers, business sectors or industries. The Fund is non-diversified.  
For hedging and investment purposes, the Fund may engage in short sales of securities, including short sales of securities the Fund does not own.  
The Subadviser will generally not hedge the Fund’s currency exposure. However, the Subadviser may hedge a portion of the Fund’s currency exposure on a selective basis as it deems appropriate in an effort to reduce currency risk with respect to specific securities transactions or currencies. In doing so, the Subadviser may use derivatives such as foreign exchange forwards and/or foreign currency options or similar instruments.  
Under normal market conditions, the majority of the Fund’s assets will be allocated to equity securities. However, the Fund may not be fully invested at all times, and may often hold a portion of total assets in cash and cash equivalents, which at times may be significant. The Fund’s cash level at any point typically relates to the Subadviser’s individual security selection, and therefore will be a function of the number of opportunities that meet the Subadviser’s investment criteria. 
Principal Risks
There is the risk that you may lose money on your investment. All investments carry a certain amount of risk, and the Fund cannot guarantee that it will achieve its investment objective. An investment in the Fund is not a deposit or obligation of any bank, is not endorsed or guaranteed by any bank, and is not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) or any other government agency.
Below are some of the risks of investing in the Fund. The risks are presented in an order intended to facilitate readability and their order does not imply that the realization of one risk is more likely to occur than another risk or likely to have a greater adverse impact than another risk. The significance of any specific risk to an investment in the Fund will vary over time, depending on the composition of the Fund’s portfolio, market conditions, and other factors. You should read all of the risk information presented below carefully, because any one or more of these risks may result in losses to the Fund. 
Market Risk—market prices of investments held by the Fund may fall rapidly or unpredictably due to a variety of factors, including economic, political, or market conditions, or other factors including terrorism, war, natural disasters and the spread of infectious illness or other public health issues, including epidemics or pandemics such as the COVID-19 pandemic, or in response to events that affect particular industries or companies. 
Foreign Investment Risk—investments in foreign issuers involve additional risks (such as risks arising from less frequent trading, changes in political or social conditions, and less publicly available information about non-U.S. issuers) that differ from those associated with investments in U.S. issuers and may result in greater price volatility. 
Focused Investment Risk—to the extent the Fund invests a substantial portion of its assets in a relatively small number of securities or a particular market, industry, group of industries, country, region, group of countries, asset class or sector, it generally will be subject to greater risk than a fund that invests in a more diverse investment portfolio. In addition, the value of the Fund would be more susceptible to any single economic, market, political or regulatory occurrence affecting, for example, that particular market, industry, region or sector. 
Non-Diversified Fund Risk—the Fund is non-diversified and therefore a greater percentage of holdings may be focused in a small number of issuers or a single issuer, which can place the Fund at greater risk. Notwithstanding the Fund’s status as a “non-diversified” investment company under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (the “1940 Act”), the Fund intends to qualify as a regulated investment company accorded favorable tax treatment under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Internal Revenue Code”), which imposes its own diversification requirements that are less restrictive than the requirements applicable to “diversified” investment companies under the 1940 Act. The Fund’s intention to qualify as a regulated investment company may limit its pursuit of its investment strategy and its investment strategy could limit its ability to so qualify. 
Liquidity Risk—the Fund may not be able to dispose of particular investments, such as illiquid securities, readily at favorable times or prices or the Fund may have to sell them at a loss. 

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Convertible Securities Risk— convertible preferred stocks, which are convertible into shares of the issuer’s common stock and pay regular dividends, and convertible debt securities, which are convertible into shares of the issuer’s common stock and bear interest, are subject to the risks of equity securities and fixed income securities. The lower the conversion premium, the more likely the price of the convertible security will follow the price of the underlying common stock. Conversely, higher premium convertible securities are more likely to exhibit the behavior of bonds because the likelihood of conversion is lower, which may cause their prices to fall as interest rates rise. There is the risk that the issuer of convertible preferred stock will not be able to make dividend payments or that the issuer of a convertible bond will not be able to make principal and/or interest payments. 
Credit and Counterparty Risk—the issuer of bonds or other debt securities or a counterparty to a derivatives contract may be unable or unwilling, or may be perceived as unable or unwilling, to make timely interest, principal or settlement payments or otherwise honor its obligations. 
Currency Risk—fluctuations in exchange rates may affect the total loss or gain on a non-U.S. dollar investment when converted back to U.S. dollars and exposure to non-U.S. currencies may subject the Fund to the risk that those currencies will decline in value relative to the U.S. dollar. 
Debt Securities Risk—the value of a debt security changes in response to various factors, including, for example, market-related factors, such as changes in interest rates or changes in the actual or perceived ability of an issuer to meet its obligations. Investments in debt securities are subject to, among other risks, credit risk, interest rate risk, extension risk, prepayment risk and liquidity risk. 
Derivatives Risk— the use of derivatives involves costs, the risk that the value of derivatives may not correlate perfectly with their underlying assets, rates, or indices, liquidity risk, and the risk of mispricing or improper valuation. The use of derivatives may not succeed for various reasons, and the complexity and rapidly changing structure of derivatives markets may increase the possibility of market losses. 
Emerging Markets Risk—investments in emerging markets are subject to the general risks of foreign investments, as well as additional risks which can result in greater price volatility. Such additional risks include the risk that markets in emerging market countries are typically less developed and less liquid than markets in developed countries and such markets are subjected to increased economic, political, or regulatory uncertainties. 
Hedging Risk—there is no guarantee that hedging strategies will be successful. For example, changes in the value of a hedging transaction may not completely offset changes in the value of the assets and liabilities being hedged. Hedging transactions involve costs and may result in losses. 
High Yield Risk—below investment grade debt securities and unrated securities of similar credit quality (commonly known as “junk bonds” or “high yield securities”) may be subject to greater levels of interest rate, credit, liquidity and market risk than higher-rated securities. These securities are considered predominately speculative with respect to the issuer’s continuing ability to make principal and interest payments. 
Interest Rate Risk—fixed coupon payments (cash flows) of bonds and debt securities may become less competitive with the market in periods of rising interest rates and cause bond prices to decline. During periods of increasing interest rates, the Fund may experience high levels of volatility and shareholder redemptions, and may have to sell securities at times when it would otherwise not do so, and at unfavorable prices, which could reduce the returns of the Fund. 
Large-Capitalization Stock Risk—the stocks of large-capitalization companies are generally more mature and may not be able to reach the same levels of growth as the stocks of small- or mid-capitalization companies. 
Management Risk—because the Fund is an actively managed investment portfolio, security selection or focus on securities in a particular style, market sector or group of companies may cause the Fund to incur losses or underperform relative to its benchmarks or other funds with a similar investment objective. There can be no guarantee that the Subadviser’s investment techniques and risk analysis will produce the desired result. 
Micro-Capitalization Stock Risk—the stocks of micro-capitalization companies often have greater price volatility, lower trading volume, and less liquidity than the stocks of larger, more established companies. 
Performance-Based Fee Risk—the prospect of a positive or negative performance adjustment may create an incentive for the Fund’s portfolio manager to take greater risks with the Fund’s portfolio. In addition, because performance adjustments are based upon past performance, a shareholder may pay a higher or lower management fee for performance that occurred prior to the shareholder’s investment in the Fund. 
Political Risk—changes in the general political and social environment of a country can have substantial effects on the value of investments exposed to that country. 
Sector Risk—issuers and companies that are in similar industry sectors may be similarly affected by particular economic or market events; to the extent the Fund has substantial holdings within a particular sector, the risks associated with that sector increase. Stocks in the industrials sector may comprise a significant portion of the Fund's portfolio.  The industrials sector may be affected by general economic trends, including employment, economic growth and interest rates, changes in consumer confidence and spending, government regulation, commodity prices and competitive pressures. 
Short Sales Risk—a short sale of a security involves the theoretical risk of unlimited loss because of potential unlimited increases in the market price of the security sold short. The Fund’s use of short sales, in certain circumstances, can result in significant losses. 
Small- and Mid-Capitalization Stock Risk—the stocks of small- and mid-capitalization companies often have greater price volatility, lower trading volume, and less liquidity than the stocks of larger, more established companies. 
Value Stock Risk—value stocks may perform differently from the market as a whole and may be undervalued by the market for a long period of time. 

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Performance
The following performance information illustrates the risks of investing in the Fund by showing changes in the Fund's performance from year to year and by showing how the Fund's performance compares to that of a broad based securities market index. As always, past performance of the Fund (before and after taxes) is not an indication of how the Fund will perform in the future.
Effective October 1, 2016, outstanding Service Class and Institutional Class shares of the Fund were renamed Class I and Class Z shares, respectively. To obtain updated performance information please visit www.amgfunds.com or call 800.548.4539. 
Calendar Year Total Returns as of 12/31/22 (Class Z)  
Best Quarter: 27.40% (4th Quarter 2020)
Worst Quarter: -31.94% (1st Quarter 2020) 
Average Annual Total Returns as of 12/31/22
AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities
Fund
1 Year
5 Years
Since
Inception
Class Z
Return Before Taxes
-13.57%
3.75%
6.03%1
Class Z
Return After Taxes on Distributions
-13.63%
2.51%
4.86%1
Class Z
Return After Taxes on Distributions and
Sale of Fund Shares
-7.77%
2.70%
4.51%1
Class I
Return Before Taxes
-13.59%
3.66%
7.68%2
MSCI ACWI All Cap Index (net)
(reflects no deduction for fees,
expenses, or taxes)
-18.44%
4.93%
5.94%1
MSCI ACWI All Cap Index (net)
(reflects no deduction for fees,
expenses, or taxes)
-18.44%
4.93%
6.65%2
1Class Z and Index performance shown reflects performance since the inception date of the Fund's Class Z shares on June 30, 2014.
2Class I and Index performance shown reflects performance since the inception date of the Fund's Class I shares on June 30, 2015.
After-tax returns are calculated using the historical highest individual federal marginal income tax rates and do not reflect the impact of state and local taxes. Actual after-tax returns depend on an investor's tax situation and may differ from those shown. After-tax returns are not relevant to investors who hold their Fund shares through tax-advantaged arrangements, such as 401(k) plans or individual retirement accounts (“IRAs”).
After-tax returns are shown for Class Z shares only, and after-tax returns for Class I shares will vary.
Portfolio Management
Investment Manager
AMG Funds LLC
Subadviser
Yacktman Asset Management LP
Portfolio Manager
Adam P. Sues
Partner; Portfolio Manager of the Fund since the commencement of the Fund.
Buying and Selling Fund Shares
Initial Investment Minimum
Class I
Regular Account: $100,000
Individual Retirement Account: $25,000
Class Z*
Regular Account: $5,000,000
Individual Retirement Account: $50,000
Additional Investment Minimum
Class I (all accounts): $100
Class Z (all accounts): $1,000
* Individual retirement accounts may only invest in Class Z shares by purchasing shares directly from the Fund.
TRANSACTION POLICIES
You may purchase or sell your shares of the Fund any day that the New York Stock Exchange is open for business, either through your registered investment professional or directly from or to the Fund. Shares may be purchased, sold or exchanged by mail at the address listed below, by phone at 800.548.4539, online at www.amgfunds.com, or by bank wire (if bank wire instructions are on file for your account).
AMG Funds
c/o BNY Mellon Investment Servicing (US) Inc.
P.O. Box 534426
Pittsburgh, PA 15253-4426
Tax Information
The Fund intends to make distributions that are taxable to you as ordinary income, qualified dividend income or capital gains, except when your investment is in an IRA, 401(k), or other tax-advantaged investment plan. By investing in the Fund through such a plan, you will not be subject to tax on distributions from the Fund so long as the amounts distributed remain in the plan, but you will generally be taxed upon withdrawal of monies from the plan.
Payments to Broker-Dealers and Other Financial Intermediaries
If you purchase the Fund through a broker-dealer or other financial intermediary (such as a bank), the Fund and its related companies, including the Investment Manager, AMG Distributors, Inc. (the “Distributor”) and the Subadviser, may pay the intermediary for the sale of Fund shares and related

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services. These payments may create a conflict of interest by influencing the broker-dealer or other intermediary and your salesperson to recommend the Fund over another investment. Ask your salesperson or visit your financial intermediary’s website for more information.

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AMG Yacktman Focused Fund
AMG Yacktman Focused Fund will invest primarily in the securities and instruments as described in this Fund's summary section of the Prospectus. This section contains additional information about this Fund's investment strategies and the investment techniques utilized by the Subadviser in managing this Fund, and also additional information about the Fund’s expenses and performance.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE FUND'S PRINCIPAL INVESTMENT STRATEGIES
AMG Yacktman Focused Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation, and, to a lesser extent, current income. Please remember that an investment objective is not a guarantee. An investment in this Fund might not appreciate and investors could lose money.
AMG Yacktman Focused Fund primarily invests in common stocks of domestic and foreign companies, some, but not all of which, pay dividends. Yacktman employs a disciplined investment strategy. The Subadviser buys companies at what it believes to be low prices. The Subadviser thinks this approach combines the best features of “growth” and “value” investing. When the Subadviser purchases stocks it generally searches for companies that it believes possess one or more of the following three attributes: (1) good business; (2) shareholder-oriented management; or (3) low purchase price.
Good Business
A good business may contain one or more of the following:
High market share in principal product and/or service lines;
A high cash return on tangible assets;
Relatively low capital requirements allowing a business to generate cash while growing;
Short customer repurchase cycles and long product cycles; and
Unique franchise characteristics.
Shareholder-Oriented Management
The Subadviser believes a shareholder-oriented management does not overcompensate itself and wisely allocates the cash the company generates. The Subadviser looks for companies that:
Reinvest in the business;
Make synergistic acquisitions; and
Buy back stock.
Low Purchase Price
The Subadviser looks for a stock that sells for less than what an investor would pay per share to buy the whole company.
The stock prices of individual companies can vary significantly over short periods of time, and such price movements are not always correlated with changes in company fundamental performance. Accordingly, the Subadviser generally prefers to wait for buying opportunities. Such opportunities do not always occur in correlation with overall market performance trends.
The Subadviser follows many more companies than it actually buys. The Subadviser may increase this Fund’s cash position if the Subadviser does not believe opportunities exist for purchasing securities of companies that meet its investment requirements.
AMG Yacktman Focused Fund may hold fewer stocks than the typical stock mutual fund. This Fund is non-diversified. The Subadviser may invest more in its top choices than in investments it thinks are less attractive.
PORTFOLIO MANAGERS
Stephen A. Yacktman
Partner, Chief Investment Officer and
Portfolio Manager
Jason S. Subotky
Partner and
Portfolio Manager
Adam P. Sues
Partner and Portfolio Manager
See “Fund Management” below for more information on the portfolio
managers.

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AMG Yacktman Focused Fund (CONTINUED)
The Subadviser may buy companies of any size market capitalization. If all else is equal, it prefers larger companies to smaller companies.
The Subadviser generally sells securities of companies if they no longer meet its investment criteria, or if it believes there are better investment opportunities available. The Subadviser does not attempt to achieve this Fund's investment objectives by active and frequent trading of common stocks.
The Fund’s compliance with its investment limitations and requirements described in the Prospectus is usually determined at the time of investment. If such percentage limitation is complied with at the time of an investment, any subsequent change in percentage resulting from a change in values or assets, or a change in market capitalization of a company, will not constitute a violation of that limitation.
WHERE THIS FUND FITS AS PART OF YOUR ASSET ALLOCATION
In selecting a mutual fund, one should consider its overall fit within an asset allocation plan. This Fund may be appropriate as part of your overall investment allocation if you are:
Looking to gain exposure to domestic and foreign equity securities and debt securities;
Seeking long-term capital appreciation;
Willing to accept short-term volatility of returns.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE FUND'S EXPENSES AND PERFORMANCE
Under “Fees and Expenses of the Fund” in AMG Yacktman Focused Fund's summary section, because Class N shares are authorized to pay up to 0.20% in shareholder servicing fees with respect to each financial intermediary that services Class N shareholder accounts and charges for such services, Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses may fluctuate from year-to-year based on the actual amount of shareholder servicing fees incurred. Shareholder servicing fees paid by Class N shares are reflected in “Other Expenses” in the Annual Fund Operating Expenses table for such class. Please see “Choosing A Share Class” for more information on this Fund's shareholder servicing fees. The Fund’s annual operating expenses may vary throughout the period and from year to year. The Fund’s expenses for the current fiscal year may be different than the expenses listed in the Fund’s fee and expense table above.
Effective February 27, 2017, the Fund’s Class S shares (formerly Service Class shares, which were renamed Class S shares on October 1, 2016) were renamed Class N shares. Effective October 1, 2016, outstanding Institutional Class shares of the Fund were renamed Class I shares.
The performance information shown assumes that all dividend and capital gain distributions have been reinvested for this Fund and, where applicable, for the indices shown in the table. The information in the bar chart is for Class N shares. Class I shares would have similar annual returns as the Class N because both classes are invested in the same portfolio of securities. However, Class I shares are subject to different expenses than Class N shares, and Class I share performance varies to that extent. The performance information also reflects the impact of this Fund's previous contractual expense limitations in effect during the periods shown. If the Investment Manager had not agreed to limit expenses, returns would have been lower.

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AMG Yacktman Fund
AMG Yacktman Fund will invest primarily in the securities and instruments as described in this Fund's summary section of the Prospectus. This section contains additional information about this Fund's investment strategies and the investment techniques utilized by the Subadviser in managing this Fund, and also additional information about the Fund’s expenses and performance.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE FUND'S PRINCIPAL INVESTMENT STRATEGIES
AMG Yacktman Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation, and, to a lesser extent, current income. Please remember that an investment objective is not a guarantee. An investment in this Fund might not appreciate and investors could lose money.
AMG Yacktman Fund mainly invests in common stocks of United States companies, some, but not all of which, pay dividends. The Subadviser employs a disciplined investment strategy. The Subadviser buys companies at what it believes to be low prices. The Subadviser thinks this approach combines the best features of “growth” and “value” investing. When the Subadviser purchases stocks it generally searches for companies that it believes possess one or more of the following three attributes:  (l) good business; (2) shareholder-oriented management; or (3) low purchase price.
Good Business
A good business may contain one or more of the following:
High market share in principal product and/or service lines;
A high cash return on tangible assets;
Relatively low capital requirements allowing a business to generate cash while growing;
Short customer repurchase cycles and long product cycles; and
Unique franchise characteristics.
Shareholder-Oriented Management
The Subadviser believes a shareholder-oriented management does not overcompensate itself and allocates wisely the cash the company generates. The Subadviser looks for companies that:
Reinvest in the business and still have excess cash;
Make synergistic acquisitions; and
Buy back stock.
Low Purchase Price
The Subadviser looks for a stock that sells for less than what an investor would pay per share to buy the whole company.
The stock prices of individual companies can vary significantly over short periods of time, and such price movements are not always correlated with changes in company fundamental performance. Accordingly, the Subadviser generally prefers to wait for buying opportunities. Such opportunities do not always occur in correlation with overall market performance trends.
The Subadviser follows many more companies than it actually buys. The Subadviser may increase this Fund's cash position if the Subadviser does not believe opportunities exist for purchasing securities of companies that meet its investment requirements.
AMG Yacktman Fund may hold fewer stocks than the typical stock mutual fund. The Subadviser may invest more in its top choices than in investments it thinks are less attractive.
The Subadviser may buy companies of any size market capitalization. If all else is equal, it prefers larger companies to smaller companies.
PORTFOLIO MANAGERS
Stephen A. Yacktman
Partner, Chief Investment Officer and
Portfolio Manager
Jason S. Subotky
Partner and
Portfolio Manager
Adam P. Sues
Partner and Portfolio Manager
See “Fund Management” below for more information on the portfolio
managers.

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AMG Yacktman Fund (CONTINUED)
The Subadviser generally sells securities of companies if they no longer meet its investment criteria, or if it believes there are better investment opportunities available. The Subadviser does not attempt to achieve this Fund's investment objectives by active and frequent trading of common stocks.
The Fund’s compliance with its investment limitations and requirements described in the Prospectus is usually determined at the time of investment. If such percentage limitation is complied with at the time of an investment, any subsequent change in percentage resulting from a change in values or assets, or a change in market capitalization of a company, will not constitute a violation of that limitation.
WHERE THIS FUND FITS AS PART OF YOUR ASSET ALLOCATION
In selecting a mutual fund, one should consider its overall fit within an asset allocation plan. This Fund may be appropriate as part of your overall investment allocation if you are:
Looking to gain exposure to domestic and foreign equity securities and debt securities;
Seeking long-term capital appreciation;
Willing to accept short-term volatility of returns.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE FUND'S EXPENSES AND PERFORMANCE
Under “Fees and Expenses of the Fund” in AMG Yacktman Fund's summary section, because Class I shares are authorized to pay up to 0.20% in shareholder servicing fees with respect to each financial intermediary that services Class I shareholder accounts and charges for such services, Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses may fluctuate from year-to-year based on the actual amount of shareholder servicing fees incurred. Shareholder servicing fees paid by Class I shares are reflected in “Other Expenses” in the Annual Fund Operating Expenses table for such class. Please see “Choosing A Share Class" for more information on this Fund’s shareholder servicing fees. The Fund’s annual operating expenses may vary throughout the period and from year to year. The Fund’s expenses for the current fiscal year may be different than the expenses listed in the Fund’s fee and expense table above.
Effective October 1, 2016, the Fund’s Service Class shares were renamed Class I shares. The performance information shown assumes that all dividend and capital gain distributions have been reinvested for this Fund and, where applicable, for the indices shown in the table.

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AMG Yacktman Global Fund
AMG Yacktman Global Fund will invest primarily in the securities and instruments as described in this Fund's summary section of the Prospectus. This section contains additional information about this Fund's investment strategies and the investment techniques utilized by the Subadviser in managing this Fund, and also additional information about the Fund’s expenses and performance.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE FUND'S PRINCIPAL INVESTMENT STRATEGIES
AMG Yacktman Global Fund seeks to generate equity-like rates of return over a full market cycle while managing the level of risk. Please remember that an investment objective is not a guarantee. An investment in this Fund might not appreciate and investors could lose money.
AMG Yacktman Global Fund invests primarily in common stocks of domestic and foreign companies, some, but not all of which, pay dividends. Yacktman employs a disciplined investment strategy. The Subadviser buys companies at what it believes to be low prices. The Subadviser thinks this approach combines the best features of “growth” and “value” investing. When the Subadviser purchases stocks it generally searches for companies that it believes possess one or more of the following three attributes: (1) good business; (2) shareholder-oriented management; or (3) low purchase price.
Good Business
A good business may contain one or more of the following:
High market share in principal product and/or service lines;
A high cash return on tangible assets;
Relatively low capital requirements allowing a business to generate cash while growing;
Short customer repurchase cycles and long product cycles; and
Unique franchise characteristics.
Shareholder-Oriented Management
The Subadviser believes a shareholder-oriented management does not overcompensate itself and wisely allocates the cash the company generates. The Subadviser looks for companies that:
Reinvest in the business;
Make synergistic acquisitions; and
Buy back stock.
Low Purchase Price
The Subadviser looks for a stock that sells for less than what an investor would pay per share to buy the whole company.
The stock prices of individual companies can vary significantly over short periods of time, and such price movements are not always correlated with changes in company fundamental performance. Accordingly, the Subadviser generally prefers to wait for buying opportunities. Such opportunities do not always occur in correlation with overall market performance trends.
The Subadviser follows many more companies than it actually buys.
AMG Yacktman Global Fund may hold fewer stocks than the typical stock mutual fund. This Fund is non-diversified. The Subadviser may invest more in its top choices than in investments it thinks are less attractive.
The Subadviser may buy companies of any size market capitalization. If all else is equal, it prefers larger companies to smaller companies.
PORTFOLIO MANAGERS
Stephen A. Yacktman
Partner, Chief Investment Officer and
Portfolio Manager
Jason S. Subotky
Partner and
Portfolio Manager
Adam P. Sues
Partner and Portfolio Manager
See “Fund Management” below for more information on the portfolio
managers.

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AMG Yacktman Global Fund (CONTINUED)
The Subadviser generally sells securities of companies if they no longer meet its investment criteria, or if it believes there are better investment opportunities available. The Subadviser does not attempt to achieve this Fund's investment objectives by frequent trading of common stocks.
The Fund’s compliance with its investment limitations and requirements described in the Prospectus is usually determined at the time of investment. If such percentage limitation is complied with at the time of an investment, any subsequent change in percentage resulting from a change in values or assets, or a change in market capitalization of a company, will not constitute a violation of that limitation.
WHERE THIS FUND FITS AS PART OF YOUR ASSET ALLOCATION
In selecting a mutual fund, one should consider its overall fit within an asset allocation plan. This Fund may be appropriate as part of your overall investment allocation if you are:
Looking to gain exposure to domestic and foreign equity securities and debt securities;
Seeking to generate equity-like rates of return over a full market cycle while managing the level of risk;
Willing to accept short-term volatility of returns.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE FUND'S EXPENSES AND PERFORMANCE
Under “Fees and Expenses of the Fund” in the Fund's summary section, because Class N shares are authorized to pay up to 0.20% in shareholder servicing fees, Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses and Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements may fluctuate from year-to-year based on the actual amount of shareholder servicing fees incurred. Shareholder servicing fees paid by Class N shares are reflected in “Other Expenses” in the Annual Fund Operating Expenses table for such class. Please see “Choosing A Share Class” for more information on this Fund's shareholder servicing fees. The Fund’s annual operating expenses may vary throughout the period and from year to year. The Fund’s expenses for the current fiscal year may be different than the expenses listed in the Fund’s fee and expense table above.
As described under “Fees and Expenses of the Fund” in the Fund’s summary section, the Investment Manager has contractually agreed, through at least May 1, 2024, to waive management fees and/or pay or reimburse the Fund’s expenses in order to limit Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements (exclusive of taxes, interest (including interest incurred in connection with bank and custody overdrafts and in connection with securities sold short), shareholder servicing fees, distribution and service (12b-1) fees, brokerage commissions and other transaction costs, dividends payable with respect to securities sold short, acquired fund fees and expenses, and extraordinary expenses) of the Fund to the annual rate of 0.93% of the Fund’s average daily net assets (this annual rate or such other annual rate that may be in effect from time to time, the “Expense Cap”), subject to later reimbursement by the Fund in certain circumstances. In general, for a period of up to 36 months after the date any amounts are paid, waived or reimbursed by the Investment Manager, the Investment Manager may recover such amounts from the Fund, provided that such repayment would not cause the Fund’s Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements (exclusive of the items noted in the parenthetical above) to exceed either (i) the Expense Cap in effect at the time such amounts were paid, waived or reimbursed, or (ii) the Expense Cap in effect at the time of such repayment by the Fund. The contractual expense limitation may only be terminated in the event the Investment Manager or a successor ceases to be the investment manager of the Fund or a successor fund, by mutual agreement between the Investment Manager and the AMG Funds Board of Trustees or in the event of the Fund’s liquidation unless the Fund is reorganized or is a party to a merger in which the surviving entity is successor to the accounting and performance information of the Fund.
Under “Performance” in the Fund’s summary sections, the performance information shown assumes that all dividend and capital gain distributions have been reinvested for this Fund and, where applicable, for the index shown in the table. The information in the bar chart is for Class N shares. Class I shares would have similar annual returns as the Class N shares because both classes are invested in the same portfolio of securities. However, Class I shares are subject to different expenses than Class N shares, and Class I share performance varies to that extent. The performance information also reflects the impact of the Fund’s contractual expense limitation in effect during the periods shown. If the Investment Manager had not agreed to limit expenses, returns would have been lower.

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AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund
AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund will invest primarily in the securities and instruments as described in the Fund's summary section of the Prospectus. This section contains additional information about the Fund's investment strategies and the investment techniques utilized by the Subadviser in managing the Fund, and also additional information about the Fund’s expenses and performance.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE FUND'S PRINCIPAL INVESTMENT STRATEGIES
AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation. Please remember that an investment objective is not a guarantee. An investment in the Fund might not appreciate and investors could lose money.
The Subadviser employs a fundamental, bottom-up selection process. The Fund invests in securities of any size company that the Subadviser believes offer an attractive forward rate of return, after adjusting for business quality and risk. Under normal market conditions, the Subadviser seeks to maintain a value-oriented focus. When the Subadviser purchases securities, it screens the Fund’s selection universe, examining factors such as company history, earnings power and business quality. The Fund generally sells securities that the Subadviser believes no longer meet its investment criteria, or if better investment opportunities are available.
Target securities for the Fund often fall into one of three investment categories: (1) high quality; (2) deep value; or (3) special situations.
High Quality
The Subadviser believes that a high quality business exhibits evidence of a durable competitive advantage such as:
High market share in principal product and/or service lines;
Above average return on invested capital;
Relatively low capital requirements allowing the business to generate cash while growing;
Short customer repurchase cycles and long product cycles; and
Recurring revenue.
Deep Value
A deep value investment may contain one or more of the following:
Short-term challenges with identifiable pathways to improvement;
Hidden sources of value creation such as non-core assets or securities; and
Low purchase price at a discount to asset value or normalized earnings (“reversion to the mean”).
Special Situations
Special situations are often value investments with catalysts and therefore uncorrelated to the broader market. Special situations may include:
Spin-offs
Corporate actions
Changes in firm leadership
Liquidations
Acquisitions or divestitures
The Subadviser follows many more companies than it actually buys. Additionally, the Fund is non-diversified, and will normally hold fewer securities than the typical mutual fund. The Subadviser may invest more in its top choices than in investments it thinks are less attractive.
Portfolio Manager
Adam P. Sues
Partner and Portfolio Manager
See “Fund Management” below for more information on the portfolio
manager.

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AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund (CONTINUED)
The Subadviser may increase the Fund’s cash position if the Subadviser does not believe opportunities exist for purchasing securities of companies that meet its investment requirements.
The Subadviser does not attempt to achieve the Fund’s investment objective by active and frequent trading of common stocks.
The Fund’s compliance with its investment limitations and requirements described in the Prospectus is usually determined at the time of investment. If such percentage limitation is complied with at the time of an investment, any subsequent change in percentage resulting from a
change in values or assets, or a change in market capitalization of a company, will not constitute a violation of that limitation.
WHERE THIS FUND FITS AS PART OF YOUR ASSET ALLOCATION
In selecting a mutual fund, one should consider its overall fit within an asset allocation plan. This Fund may be appropriate as part of your overall investment allocation if you are:
Looking to gain exposure primarily to domestic and foreign equity securities and debt securities;
Seeking long-term capital appreciation;
Willing to accept short-term volatility of returns.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE FUND'S EXPENSES and performance
Under “Fees and Expenses of the Fund” in AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund’s summary section, because Class I shares are authorized to pay up to 0.10% in shareholder servicing fees, Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses may fluctuate from year-to-year based on the actual amount of shareholder servicing fees incurred. Shareholder servicing fees paid by Class I shares are reflected in “Other Expenses” in the Annual Fund Operating Expenses table for such class. Please see “Choosing A Share Class” for more information on this Fund’s shareholder servicing fees. Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses may fluctuate from year to year as a result of the performance adjustment to the Fund’s investment management fee. Please see “Fund Management” for more information on the Fund’s investment management fee. The Fund’s annual operating expenses may vary throughout the period and from year to year. The Fund’s expenses for the current fiscal year may be different than the expenses listed in the Fund’s fee and expense table above.
As described under “Fees and Expenses of the Fund” in the Fund’s summary section, the Investment Manager has contractually agreed, through at least May 1, 2024, to waive investment management fees and/or pay or reimburse the Fund’s expenses in order to limit Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements (exclusive of investment management fees, administrative fees, taxes, interest (including interest incurred in connection with bank and custody overdrafts and in connection with securities sold short), shareholder servicing fees, distribution and service (12b-1) fees, brokerage commissions and other transaction costs, dividends payable with respect to securities sold short, acquired fund fees and expenses, and extraordinary expenses) of the Fund to the annual rate of 0.12% of the Fund’s average daily net assets (this annual rate or such other annual rate that may be in effect from time to time, the “Expense Cap”), subject to later reimbursement by the Fund in certain circumstances. In general, for a period of up to 36 months after the date any amounts are paid, waived or reimbursed by the Investment Manager, the Investment Manager may recover such amounts from the Fund, provided that such repayment would not cause the Fund’s Total Annual Fund Operating Expenses After Fee Waiver and Expense Reimbursements (exclusive of the items noted in the parenthetical above) to exceed either (i) the Expense Cap in effect at the time such amounts were paid, waived or reimbursed, or (ii) the Expense Cap in effect at the time of such repayment by the Fund. The contractual expense limitation may only be terminated in the event the Investment Manager or a successor ceases to be the investment manager of the Fund or a successor fund, by mutual agreement between the Investment Manager and the AMG Funds Board of Trustees or in the event of the Fund’s liquidation unless the Fund is reorganized or is a party to a merger in which the surviving entity is successor to the accounting and performance information of the Fund. For purposes of this contractual expense limitation, “investment management fees” includes any performance adjustments.
Under “Performance” in this Fund’s summary section, the performance information shown assumes that all dividend and capital gain distributions have been reinvested for this Fund and, where applicable, for the Index shown in the table. Effective October 1, 2016, outstanding Service Class and Institutional Class shares of the Fund were renamed Class I and Class Z shares, respectively. The information in the bar chart is for Class Z shares. Class I shares would have similar annual returns as Class Z shares because both classes are invested in the same portfolio of securities. However, Class I shares are subject to different expenses than Class Z shares, and Class I share performance varies to that extent. The performance information also reflects the impact of the Fund’s contractual expense limitations in effect during the periods shown. If the Investment Manager had not agreed to limit expenses, returns would have been lower.

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Summary of the Funds’ Principal Risks
This section presents more detailed information about each Fund’s risks as described in the summary section of the Fund’s Prospectus. The risks are described in alphabetical order and not in the order of importance or potential exposure. The significance of any specific risk to an investment in a Fund will vary over time, depending on the composition of the Fund’s portfolio, market conditions, and other factors. You should read all of the risk information presented below carefully, because any one or more of these risks may result in losses to a Fund. The Funds may not be subject to all of the risks below, and not all Funds invest in the types of instruments mentioned. Please see each Fund’s summary section for a description of the Fund’s principal risks and the types of instruments in which the Fund invests. All Funds could be subject to additional risks because the types of investments they make and market conditions may change over time.
All investments involve some type and level of risk. There is the risk that you will lose money on your investment. Before you invest, please make sure that you have read, and understand, the risk factors that apply to the Funds.
convertible securities RISK
(All Funds)
Convertible preferred stocks, which are convertible into shares of the issuer’s common stock and pay regular dividends, and convertible debt securities, which are convertible into shares of the issuer’s common stock and bear interest, are subject to the risks of equity securities and fixed income securities. The lower the conversion premium, the more likely the price of the convertible security will follow the price of the underlying common stock. Conversely, higher premium convertible securities are more likely to exhibit the behavior of bonds because the likelihood of conversion is lower, which may cause their prices to fall as interest rates rise. The value of a convertible security is also affected by the credit quality of the issuer and any call provisions. There is the risk that the issuer of convertible preferred stock will not be able to make dividend payments or that the issuer of a convertible bond will not be able to make principal and/or interest payments.
Credit and Counterparty Risk
(All Funds)
An issuer of bonds or other debt securities or a counterparty to a derivatives contract may be unable or unwilling, or may be perceived (whether by market participants, ratings agencies, pricing services or otherwise) as unable or unwilling, to make timely interest, principal or settlement payments or otherwise honor its obligations. To the extent a Fund has significant exposure to a counterparty under a derivatives contract (or multiple derivatives contracts), this risk may be particularly pronounced for the Fund. This risk of default for most debt securities is monitored by several nationally recognized statistical rating organizations such as Moody’s Investor Service, Inc. (“Moody’s”) and Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services (“S&P”). Actual or perceived changes in a company’s financial health will affect the valuation of its debt securities. Bonds or debt securities rated BBB/Baa by S&P/Moody’s, although investment grade, may have speculative characteristics because
their issuers are more vulnerable to financial setbacks and economic pressures than issuers with higher ratings.
CURRENCY RISK
(All Funds)
The value of foreign investments denominated in a foreign currency depends both upon the price of the securities and the exchange rate of the currency. Thus, the value of an investment in a foreign security will drop if the value of the foreign currency drops relative to the U.S. dollar. The values of foreign currencies relative to the U.S. dollar may fluctuate in response to, among other factors, interest rate changes, intervention (or failure to intervene) by national governments, central banks, or supranational entities such as the International Monetary Fund, the imposition of currency controls, and other political or regulatory developments. Adverse currency fluctuations are an added risk to foreign investments. To the extent a Fund invests directly in non-U.S. currencies, or in securities that trade in, or receive revenues in, foreign currencies, it will be subject to the risk that those currencies will decline in value relative to the U.S. dollar, or, in the case of hedging positions, that the U.S. dollar will decline in value relative to the currency being hedged. Currency rates may fluctuate significantly over short periods of time for a number of reasons, including changes in interest rates, intervention (or the failure to intervene) by U.S. or non-U.S. governments, central banks or supranational entities such as the International Monetary Fund, or by the imposition of currency controls or other political developments in the United States or abroad. As a result, a Fund’s exposure to non-U.S. currencies, including investments in foreign currency-denominated securities, may reduce the returns of the Fund. Currency risk can be reduced through diversification among currencies or through hedging with the use of foreign currency contracts.
Debt SECURITIES RISK
(All Funds)
The value of a debt security may increase or decrease as a result of the following: market fluctuations, increases in interest rates, actual or perceived inability or unwillingness of issuers, guarantors or liquidity providers to make scheduled principal or interest payments or illiquidity in debt securities markets; the risk of low rates of return due to reinvestment of securities during periods of falling interest rates or repayment by issuers with higher coupon or interest rates; and/or the risk of low income due to falling interest rates. To the extent that interest rates rise, certain underlying obligations may be paid off substantially slower than originally anticipated and the value of those securities may fall sharply. A rising interest rate environment may cause the value of a Fund’s fixed income securities to decrease, an adverse impact on the liquidity of a Fund’s fixed income securities, and increased volatility of the fixed income markets. If the principal on a debt obligation is prepaid before expected, the prepayments of principal may have to be reinvested in obligations paying interest at lower rates. During periods of falling interest rates, the income received by a Fund may decline. Changes in interest rates will likely have a greater effect on the values of debt securities of longer durations. Returns on investments in debt

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securities could trail the returns on other investment options, including investments in equity securities.
DERIVATIVES RISK
(AMG Yacktman Focused Fund, AMG Yacktman Global Fund, AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund)
Exchange-traded notes, options, swaps, futures, forwards and other derivatives are financial contracts whose value depends on, or is derived from, the value of an underlying asset, interest rate or index. The use of derivatives will involve costs, the risk that the value of derivatives may not correlate perfectly with their underlying assets, rates, or indices, liquidity risk, the risk of mispricing or improper valuation, and may result in losses or have the effect of accelerating the recognition of gain. Derivative transactions typically involve leverage and may be highly volatile. The use of derivatives may not succeed for various reasons, including unexpected changes in the value of the derivatives or the assets, rates or indices underlying them. Derivatives are also subject to credit and counterparty risk in that a counterparty may fail to honor its contract terms, causing a loss for a Fund. Government regulation of derivative instruments may limit or prevent a Fund from using such instruments as part of its investment strategies or result in materially increased costs in using such instruments, which could adversely affect the Fund.
EMERGING MARKETS RISK
(All Funds)
Investments in emerging markets involve all of the risks of foreign investments (see Foreign Investment Risk), and also have additional risks. Such additional risks include the risk that markets in emerging market countries are typically less developed and less liquid than markets in developed countries and such markets are subject to increased economic, political, or regulatory uncertainties. The markets of developing countries may be more volatile than the markets of developed countries with more mature economies. Many emerging markets companies in the early stages of development are dependent on a small number of products and lack substantial capital reserves. In addition, emerging markets often have less developed legal and financial systems. These markets often have provided significantly higher or lower rates of return than developed markets and usually carry higher risks to investors than securities of companies in developed countries.
FOCUSED INVESTMENT RISK
(AMG Yacktman Focused Fund, AMG Yacktman Global Fund, AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund)
To the extent a Fund invests a significant portion of its assets in a relatively small number of securities, or a particular market, industry, group of industries, country, region, group of countries, asset class or sector, the Fund’s net asset value may be more volatile and the Fund may involve more risk than a fund that invests in a more diverse investment portfolio. Changes in the value of a single security or the impact of a single economic, political or regulatory occurrence may have a great adverse impact on a Fund’s net asset value.
FOREIGN INVESTMENT RISK
(All Funds)
Investments in foreign issuers (including those denominated in U.S. dollars), whether directly or indirectly, involve additional risks different from those associated with investments in U.S. issuers. There may be limited information available to investors, and foreign issuers are not generally subject to uniform accounting, auditing and financial standards and requirements like those applicable to U.S. issuers. Different accounting, corporate governance, regulatory, and market systems may cause foreign investments to be more volatile. The value of foreign investments may be adversely affected by changes in the political or social conditions, taxation, including confiscatory or withholding taxes, diplomatic relations, embargoes, economic sanctions against a particular country or countries, organizations, entities and/or individuals, expropriation, nationalization, limitation on the removal of funds or assets, or the establishment of exchange controls or other restrictions and tax regulations in foreign countries, which risks also apply to investments traded on a U.S. securities exchange that are issued by companies with significant exposure to foreign countries. Foreign investments trade with less frequency and volume than U.S. investments and, therefore, may have greater price volatility. In certain countries, legal remedies available to investors may be more limited than those available with regard to U.S. investments. In addition, just as foreign markets may respond to events differently from U.S. markets, foreign investments can perform differently from U.S. investments.
geographic FOCUS RISK
(AMG Yacktman Global Fund)
To the extent the Fund focuses its investments in a particular country, group of countries or geographic region, the Fund is particularly susceptible to economic, political, regulatory or other events or conditions affecting such countries or region. This may cause the Fund’s NAV to be more volatile than the NAV of a more geographically diversified fund and may result in losses.
Hedging Risk
(AMG Yacktman Focused Fund, AMG Yacktman Global Fund, AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund)
The decision as to whether and to what extent a Fund will engage in hedging transactions to hedge against such risks as credit and counterparty risk, currency risk, interest rate risk and market risk will depend on a number of factors, including prevailing market conditions, the composition of the Fund and the availability of suitable transactions. There can be no assurance that a Fund’s hedging strategies will be successful. For example, changes in the value of a hedging transaction may not completely offset changes in the value of the assets and liabilities being hedged. Hedging transactions involve costs and may result in losses.
HIGH YIELD RISK
(All Funds)
A fund that invests in below investment grade debt securities and unrated securities of similar credit quality (commonly known as “junk bonds” or “high yield securities”) may be subject to greater levels of interest rate, credit, liquidity, and market risk than a fund

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that invests in higher-rated securities. These securities are considered predominately speculative with respect to the issuer’s continuing ability to make principal and interest payments. These issuers may be involved in bankruptcy proceedings, reorganizations, or financial restructurings, and are not as strong financially as higher-rated issuers. If the issuer of a security is in default with respect to interest or principal payments, a Fund may lose its entire investment. Below investment grade securities are more susceptible to sudden and significant price movements because they are generally more sensitive to adverse developments. Many below investment grade securities are subject to legal or contractual restrictions that limit their resale at desired prices.
INTEREST RATE RISK
(All Funds)
Changes in interest rates can impact bond and debt security prices. As interest rates rise, the fixed coupon payments (cash flows) of debt securities become less competitive with the market and thus the price of the securities will fall. Interest rate risk is generally higher for investments with longer maturities or durations. Duration is the weighted average time (typically quoted in years) to the receipt of cash flows (principal plus interest) for a particular bond, debt security or portfolio, and is used to evaluate such bond’s, debt security’s or portfolio’s interest rate sensitivity. For example, if interest rates rise by one percentage point, the share price of a fund with an average duration of one year would be expected to fall approximately 1% and a fund with an average duration of five years would be expected to decline by about 5%. If rates decrease by one percentage point, the share price of a fund with an average duration of one year would be expected to rise approximately 1% and the share price of a fund with an average duration of five years would be expected to rise by about 5%. Negative or very low interest rates could magnify the risks associated with changes in interest rates. During periods of increasing interest rates, the Fund may experience high levels of volatility and shareholder redemptions, and may have to sell securities at times when it would otherwise not do so, and at unfavorable prices, which could reduce the returns of the Fund.
LARGE-CAPITALIZATION STOCK RISK
(All Funds)
Large-capitalization companies tend to compete in mature product markets and do not typically experience the level of sustained growth of smaller companies and companies competing in less mature product markets. Also, large-capitalization companies may be unable to respond as quickly as smaller companies to competitive challenges or changes in business, product, financial, or other market conditions. For these and other reasons, a fund that invests in large-capitalization companies may underperform other stock funds (such as funds that focus on the stocks of small- and medium-capitalization companies) when stocks of large-capitalization companies are out of favor.
LIQUIDITY RISK
(AMG Yacktman Focused Fund, AMG Yacktman Global Fund, AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund)
Liquidity risk is the risk that a Fund may not be able to dispose of investments or close out derivatives transactions readily at favorable times or prices or may have to sell them at a loss. For example, investments in derivatives, non-U.S. investments, restricted securities, securities having small market capitalizations, and securities having substantial market and/or credit and counterparty risk tend to involve greater liquidity risk. Additionally, the market for certain investments may become illiquid under adverse market or economic conditions independent of any specific adverse changes in the conditions of a particular issuer, such as a rising interest rate environment. In such cases, a Fund, due to limitations on investments in illiquid securities and the difficulty in purchasing and selling such securities or instruments, may decline in value or be unable to achieve its desired level of exposure to a certain issuer or sector. The values of illiquid investments are often more volatile than the values of more liquid investments.
ManagEment RISK
(All Funds)
The Funds are subject to management risk because they are actively managed investment portfolios. Management risk is the chance that security selection or focus on securities in a particular style, market sector or group of companies will cause a Fund to incur losses or underperform relative to its benchmarks or other funds with a similar investment objective. The Subadviser will apply its investment techniques and risk analyses in making investment decisions for each Fund, but there can be no guarantee that these will produce the desired result.
MARKET RISK
(All Funds)
Market prices of investments held by a Fund may fall rapidly or unpredictably and will rise and fall due to economic, political, or market conditions or perceptions, government actions, geopolitical events, or in response to events that affect particular industries, geographies, or companies. The value of your investment could go up or down depending on market conditions and other factors including terrorism, war, natural disasters and the spread of infectious illness or other public health issues, including epidemics or pandemics such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Equity investments generally have greater price volatility than fixed income investments, although under certain market conditions fixed income investments may have comparable or greater price volatility. Since foreign investments trade on different markets, which have different supply and demand characteristics, their prices are not as closely linked to the U.S. markets. Foreign securities markets have their own market risks, and they may be more or less volatile than U.S. markets and may move in different directions. A Fund’s performance may also be negatively impacted by the commencement, continuation or ending of government policies and economic stimulus programs, changes in monetary policy, increases or decreases in interest rates, or other factors or events that affect the financial markets.

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Certain instruments held by a Fund may pay an interest rate based on the London Interbank Offered Rate (“LIBOR”), which is the offered rate for short-term loans between certain major international banks. ICE Benchmark Administration, the administrator of LIBOR, ceased publication of most LIBOR settings on a representative basis at the end of 2021 and is expected to cease publication of a majority of U.S. dollar LIBOR settings on a representative basis after June 30, 2023. In addition, global regulators have announced that, with limited exceptions, no new LIBOR-based contracts should be entered into after the end of 2021. Actions by regulators have resulted in the establishment of alternative reference rates to LIBOR in most major currencies. The transition away from LIBOR may result in, among other things, increased volatility or illiquidity in markets for instruments based on LIBOR and changes in the value of some LIBOR-based investments or the effectiveness of related transactions such as hedges, particularly insofar as the documentation governing such instruments does not include “fall back” provisions addressing the transition from LIBOR. Any such effects of the transition away from LIBOR, as well as other unforeseen effects, could result in losses to a Fund and may adversely affect a Fund’s performance or net asset value.
Additionally, in March 2023, the shutdown of certain financial institutions raised economic concerns over disruption in the U.S. banking system. There can be no certainty that the actions taken by the U.S. government to strengthen public confidence in the U.S. banking system will be effective in mitigating the effects of financial institution failures on the economy and restoring public confidence in the U.S. banking system.
MICRO-CAPITALIZATIOn stock risk
(AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund)
The stocks of micro-capitalization companies may involve more risk than the stocks of larger, more established companies because they often have greater price volatility, lower trading volume, and less liquidity. These companies tend to have smaller revenues, narrower product lines, less management depth and experience, smaller shares of their product or service markets, fewer financial resources, less proven track records, and less competitive strength than larger companies. A fund that invests in micro-capitalization companies may underperform other stock funds (such as small-, medium- and large-company stock funds) when stocks of micro-capitalization companies are out of favor.
NON-DIVERSIFIED FUND RISK
(AMG Yacktman Focused Fund, AMG Yacktman Global Fund, AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund)
Because each Fund is “non-diversified,” it can invest a greater percentage of its assets in a single issuer or a group of issuers, and, as a result, may be subject to greater credit, market, and other risks than a diversified fund. The poor performance by a single issuer may have a greater impact on the performance of a non-diversified fund than a diversified fund. A non-diversified fund's shares tend to be more volatile than shares of a diversified fund and are more susceptible to the risks of focusing investments in a small number of issuers or industries, and the risks of a single economic, political or
regulatory occurrence. Notwithstanding a Fund’s status as a “non-diversified” investment company under the 1940 Act, each Fund intends to qualify as a regulated investment company accorded favorable tax treatment under the Internal Revenue Code, which imposes its own diversification requirements that are less restrictive than the requirements applicable to “diversified” investment companies under the 1940 Act. Each Fund’s intention to qualify as a regulated investment company may limit its pursuit of its investment strategy and its investment strategy could limit its ability to so qualify.
performance-Based fee Risk
(AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund)
Beginning July 1, 2015, the Fund’s investment management fees are subject to a performance adjustment, which could increase or reduce the investment management fees paid by the Fund. The prospect of a positive or negative performance adjustment may create an incentive for the Fund’s portfolio manager to take greater risks with the Fund’s portfolio. In addition, because performance adjustments are based upon past performance, a shareholder may pay a higher or lower management fee for performance that occurred prior to the shareholder’s investment in the Fund. The performance adjustment could increase the Investment Manager’s fee (and, in turn, the Subadviser’s fee) even if the Fund’s shares lose value during the performance period provided that the Fund outperformed its benchmark index, and could decrease the Investment Manager’s fee (and, in turn, the Subadviser’s fee) even if the Fund’s shares increase in value during the performance period provided that the Fund underperformed its benchmark index.
POLITICAL RISK
(AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund)
Changes in the general political and social environment of a country can have substantial effects on the value of investments exposed to that country. This may include, among other factors, government instability, poor socioeconomic conditions, corruption, internal and external conflict, changes in the regulatory environment, and changes in sovereign health. High political risk can have a negative impact on the economic welfare of a country.
SECTOR RISK
(All Funds)
Issuers and companies that are in similar industry sectors may be similarly affected by particular economic or market events. As a result, a Fund’s performance could be more volatile than the performance of a fund that is more diversified across industry sectors. Stocks in the consumer staples sector may comprise a significant portion of each of AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Fund’s portfolio. Stocks in the industrials sector may comprise a significant portion of AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund's portfolio.  Stocks in the information technology sector may comprise a significant portion of AMG Yacktman Global Fund’s portfolio. The consumer staples sector may be significantly affected by demographic and product trends, competitive pricing, food fads, marketing campaigns, environmental factors, and government regulation, as well as the performance of the overall

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economy, interest rates, and consumer confidence. The industrials sector may be affected by general economic trends, including employment, economic growth and interest rates, changes in consumer confidence and spending, government regulation, commodity prices and competitive pressures. The information technology industries may be affected by technological obsolescence, short product cycles, falling prices and profits, competitive pressures and general market conditions.
SHORT SALES RISK
(AMG Yacktman Focused Fund, AMG Yacktman Global Fund, AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund)
Selling securities short creates the risk of losing an amount greater than the amount invested. A short sale of a security involves the theoretical risk of unlimited loss because of potential unlimited increases in the market price of the security sold short. A Fund’s use of short sales, in certain circumstances, can result in significant losses. To the extent a Fund engages in short sales of securities it does not own, it might have difficulty purchasing securities to meet its short sale delivery obligations, and might have to sell portfolio securities to raise the capital necessary to meet its short sale obligations at a time when such sales are unfavorable. To the extent a Fund engages in short sales of securities it does own, it may have to deliver such securities to meet its short sale delivery obligations at a time when it would not have otherwise divested itself of such securities. Certain regulatory authorities have imposed, and may in the future impose, restrictions on short selling, which may hinder a Fund in, or prevent it from, fully implementing its investment strategies, and may negatively affect performance.
SMALL- AND MID-CAPITALIZATIOn stock RISK
(All Funds)
The stocks of small- and mid-capitalization companies may involve more risk than the stocks of larger, more established companies because they often have greater price volatility, lower trading volume, and less liquidity. These companies tend to have smaller revenues, narrower product lines, less management depth and experience, smaller shares of their product or service markets, fewer financial resources, less proven track records, and less competitive strength than larger companies. A fund that invests in small- and mid-capitalization companies may underperform other stock funds (such as large-company stock funds) when stocks of small- and mid-capitalization companies are out of favor.
VALUE STOCK RISK
(All Funds)
Value stocks present the risk that a stock may decline in price or never reach what the Subadviser believes is its full market value, either because the market fails to recognize what the Subadviser considers to be the company’s true business value or because the Subadviser overestimates the company’s true business value. Companies that issue value securities may have experienced adverse business developments or may be subject to special risks that have caused their securities to be out of favor. Value stocks may underperform growth stocks and stocks in other broad style categories (and the stock market as a whole) during given periods.

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Other Important Information About the Funds and their Investment Strategies and Risks
In addition to the principal investment strategies described in this Prospectus, the Funds may also make other types of investments, and, therefore, may be subject to other risks, which the Investment Manager does not currently consider to be principal risks of the Funds. Some of these risks are described in the Funds' Statement of Additional Information dated May 1, 2023, as supplemented from time to time (the “SAI”).
INVESTMENT OBJECTIVES
Each Fund’s investment objective may be changed without shareholder approval and without prior notice.
TEMPORARY DEFENSIVE MEASURES
From time to time, each Fund may invest a portion of its assets in money market securities, cash, or cash equivalents as a temporary defensive measure in response to adverse market, economic, political or other conditions. These temporary defensive measures may be inconsistent with each Fund’s investment objective and principal investment strategies. Each Fund may not be able to achieve its stated investment objective while taking these defensive measures.
PORTFOLIO TURNOVER
Each Fund may sell any security when it believes the sale is consistent with the Fund’s investment strategies and in the Fund’s best interest to do so. This may result in active and frequent trading of portfolio securities. A portfolio turnover rate greater than 100% would indicate that the Fund sold and replaced the entire value of its securities holdings during the previous one-year period. Higher portfolio turnover may adversely affect Fund performance by increasing Fund transaction costs and may increase your tax liability.
PORTFOLIO HOLDINGS
A description of the policies and procedures with respect to the disclosure of each Fund’s portfolio securities is available in the Funds' SAI, which is available on the Funds' website at www.amgfunds.com.

Fund Management
Each Fund is a series of AMG Funds, a Massachusetts business trust (the “Trust”). The Trust is part of the AMG Funds Family of Funds, a mutual fund family comprised of different funds, each having distinct investment management objectives, strategies, risks, and policies.
The Investment Manager, located at 680 Washington Boulevard, Suite 500, Stamford, Connecticut 06901, is a subsidiary of Affiliated Managers Group, Inc. (“AMG”), located at 777 South Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401. The Investment Manager serves as investment manager and administrator to the Funds and is responsible for the Funds' overall administration and operations. The Investment Manager also monitors the performance, security holdings, and investment strategies of Yacktman, the Subadviser to the Funds. The Distributor, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Investment Manager, serves as the Funds' distributor. The Distributor receives no compensation from the Funds for its services as distributor.
Pursuant to an exemptive order issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”), each Fund participates in a manager of managers structure whereby the Investment Manager serves as the investment manager of the Fund and selects and recommends to the Fund's Board of Trustees investment subadvisers to manage the Fund's investment portfolio. Under the terms of this exemptive order, the Investment Manager is able, subject to certain conditions and oversight by each Fund's Board of Trustees but without shareholder approval, to hire or change the contract terms of unaffiliated subadvisers for the Fund. The Investment Manager, subject to oversight by the Trustees, has ultimate responsibility to oversee the subadvisers and recommend their hiring, termination, and replacement. Shareholders of each Fund continue to have the right to terminate such subadvisory agreements for the Fund at any time by a vote of a majority of the outstanding voting securities of the Fund.
Yacktman Asset Management LP has day-to-day responsibility for managing each Fund's portfolio. Yacktman, located at 6300 Bridgepoint Parkway, Building One, Suite 500, Austin, Texas 78730, is an investment advisory firm that has served long-term oriented investors since 1992. As of December 31, 2022, Yacktman had approximately $15.2 billion in assets under management. AMG indirectly owns a majority interest in Yacktman.
AMG YACKTMAN FOCUSED FUND
AMG YACKTMAN FUND
Stephen A. Yacktman, Jason S. Subotky and Adam P. Sues serve as the portfolio managers jointly and primarily responsible for the day-to-day management of each of AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Fund's portfolio. Stephen A. Yacktman was employed by Yacktman Asset Management Co. (the “Predecessor Advisor”), investment manager of the predecessor funds to AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Fund (each, a “Predecessor Fund,” and collectively, the “Predecessor Funds”), from 1993 to 2012, was Senior Vice President of the Predecessor Advisor from 2004 to 2012, has been a Partner of Yacktman since 2012, and has served as Chief Investment Officer of Yacktman since 2013. Jason S. Subotky was employed by the Predecessor Advisor from 2001 to 2012, was Senior Vice President of the Predecessor Advisor from 2006 to 2012, and has been a Partner of Yacktman since 2012. Mr. Sues is a Partner and Portfolio Manager at Yacktman. He joined Yacktman in August 2013, after graduating with an MBA from University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. From 2010-2013, he ran Value Uncovered, an investment website focused on value-oriented research and fundamental analysis. Prior to business school (2009-2011), he worked at rPath, Inc. as a Business Analyst and Sales Manager.

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The following table describes when each portfolio manager began managing each of AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Fund, and its Predecessor Fund.
Fund Name
Portfolio Manager
Managed Fund Since
Managed Predecessor Fund Since
AMG Yacktman Focused Fund
Stephen A. Yacktman
Jason S. Subotky
Adam P. Sues
June 2012
June 2012
May 2021
December 2002
December 2009
N/A
AMG Yacktman Fund
Stephen A. Yacktman
Jason S. Subotky
Adam P. Sues
June 2012
June 2012
May 2021
December 2002
December 2009
N/A
AMG Yacktman Focused Fund is obligated by its Investment Management Agreement to pay an annual management fee to the Investment Manager of 0.87% of the average daily net assets of the Fund. AMG Yacktman Fund is obligated by its Investment Management Agreement to pay an annual management fee to the Investment Manager of 0.52% of the average daily net assets of the Fund for the first $500,000,000 of assets under management, 0.47% for the next $500,000,000, and 0.42% on amounts in excess of $1,000,000,000. The Investment Manager, in turn, pays Yacktman a portion of this fee for its services as Subadviser. Under a separate Administration Agreement with the Funds, the Investment Manager provides a variety of administrative services to each Fund and receives an annual administrative fee from such Fund for these services of 0.15% of such Fund’s average daily net assets.
AMG YACKTMAN Global FUND
Stephen A. Yacktman, Jason S. Subotky and Adam P. Sues serve as the portfolio managers jointly and primarily responsible for the day-to-day management of the Fund’s portfolio. Messrs. Yacktman and Subotky have managed the Fund since its inception and Mr. Sues has managed the Fund since May 2021. Mr. Yacktman has been a Partner of Yacktman since 2012, and has served as Chief Investment Officer of Yacktman since 2013. Previously, Mr. Yacktman was employed by the Predecessor Advisor from 1993 to 2012, and was Senior Vice President of the Predecessor Advisor from 2004 to 2012. Jason S. Subotky was employed by the Predecessor Advisor from 2001 to 2012, was Senior Vice President of the Predecessor Advisor from 2006 to 2012, and has been a Partner of Yacktman since 2012. Mr. Sues is a Partner and Portfolio Manager at Yacktman. He joined Yacktman in August 2013, after graduating with an MBA from University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. From 2010-2013, he ran Value Uncovered, an investment website focused on value-oriented research and fundamental analysis. Prior to business school (2009-2011), he worked at rPath, Inc. as a Business Analyst and Sales Manager.
The Fund is obligated by its Investment Management Agreement to pay an annual management fee to the Investment Manager of 0.71% of the average daily net assets of the Fund. The Investment Manager, in turn, pays Yacktman a portion of this fee for its services as Subadviser. Under a separate Administration Agreement with the Fund, the Investment Manager provides a variety of administrative
services to the Fund and receives an annual administrative fee from the Fund for these services of 0.15% of the Fund’s average daily net assets.
AMG YACKTMAN SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES FUND
Adam P. Sues serves as the portfolio manager primarily responsible for the day-to-day management of AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund’s portfolio. Mr. Sues has managed the Fund since its inception. Mr. Sues is a Partner and Portfolio Manager at Yacktman. He joined Yacktman in August 2013, after graduating with an MBA from University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. From 2010-2013, he ran Value Uncovered, an investment website focused on value-oriented research and fundamental analysis. Prior to business school (2009-2011), he worked at rPath, Inc. as a Business Analyst and Sales Manager.
The Fund has a performance-based fee structure that consists of a base fee and a performance adjustment (“Performance Adjustment”), with the Performance Adjustment commencing on fees paid after July 1, 2015. The Fund pays a monthly base investment management fee to the Investment Manager at an annual rate of 1.37% of the Fund’s average daily net assets for the month. Beginning July 1, 2015, this monthly fee will be increased or reduced by the Performance Adjustment, based on the Fund’s performance relative to the MSCI ACWI All Cap Index (net) over the then preceding twelve months. The amount of the Performance Adjustment is calculated based on a rate that is determined in accordance with the following table:
Fund Performance* compared to MSCI ACWI All
Cap Index (net)** Over the then Preceding
Twelve Months
Performance
Adjustment Rate
If the Fund underperforms the index by 7.5% or
more:
-0.75%
If the Fund underperforms the index by 5.0% or
more (but by less than 7.5%):
-0.50%
If the Fund underperforms the index by 2.5% or
more (but by less than 5.0%):
-0.25%
If the Fund underperforms the index or outperforms
the index by less than 2.5%:
0.00%
If the Fund outperforms the index by 2.5% or more
(but by less than 5.0%):
0.25%
If the Fund outperforms the index by 5.0% or more
(but by less than 7.5%):
0.50%
If the Fund outperforms the index by 7.5% or more:
0.75%

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Additional Information About the Funds
Fund Management (CONTINUED)
* Fund performance is based on the performance of the outstanding class of Fund shares that has the highest total annual fund operating expenses of all Fund Share classes.
** The MSCI ACWI All Cap Index (net) captures large, mid, small and micro cap representation across 23 developed markets countries and large, mid and small cap representation across 24 emerging markets countries. With 15,675 constituents as of March 31, 2023, the index is comprehensive, covering approximately 99% of the global equity investment opportunity set.
The Performance Adjustment rate is multiplied by the average net assets of the Fund over the preceding 12 months, divided by twelve, and this amount is then subtracted from or added to the base investment management fee for that month. The following example illustrates the possible effect of the Performance Adjustment. Assuming the Fund (i) had average net assets for the preceding twelve months equal to $12,000,000, (ii) outperformed the index for the same period by 7.5%, and (iii) had average net assets for the current month of $15,000,000, the investment management fee for that month would be:
Base investment management fee
(1.37% of $15,000,000/365 x 30)
$16,890
Performance Adjustment
(0.75% of $12,000,000 divided by 12):
$7,500
Total monthly investment management fee
$24,390
It is not expected that Yacktman will manage the Fund to mimic or replicate the sector, industry or country allocations of the MSCI ACWI All Cap Index (net). The Fund will hold significantly fewer securities than the MSCI ACWI All Cap Index (net) and may be focused in particular sectors, regions or industries.
The Investment Manager pays Yacktman a portion of the investment management fee for its services as Subadviser. Under a separate Administration Agreement with the Fund, the Investment Manager provides a variety of administrative services to the Fund and receives an annual administrative fee from the Fund for these services of 0.15% of the Fund’s average daily net assets.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
In addition to the expense limitation for each of AMG Yacktman Global Fund and AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund discussed above, from time to time in the future the Subadviser may
waive all or a portion of its subadvisory fee for each Fund. In such an event, the Investment Manager will, subject to certain conditions, waive an equal amount of its management fee.
Additional information regarding other accounts managed by the portfolio managers, the compensation of the portfolio managers, and the portfolio managers' ownership of Fund shares is available in the Funds’ SAI.
A discussion regarding the basis for the Board of Trustees approving the Investment Management Agreement with respect to each Fund between the Trust and the Investment Manager and the Subadvisory Agreement with respect to each Fund between the Investment Manager and the Subadviser is available in such Fund's Semi-Annual Report to Shareholders for the period ended June 30.
The Trustees of the Trust oversee generally the operations of the Funds and the Trust. The Trust enters into contractual arrangements with various parties, including, among others, the Funds’ investment manager, subadvisers, administrator, custodian, transfer agent, accountants and distributor, who provide services to the Funds. Shareholders are not parties to, or intended (or “third-party”) beneficiaries of, any of those contractual arrangements, and those contractual arrangements are not intended to create in any individual shareholder or group of shareholders any right to enforce them against the service providers or to seek any remedy under them against the service providers, either directly or on behalf of the Trust.
This Prospectus provides information concerning the Trust and the Funds that you should consider in determining whether to purchase shares of a Fund. None of this Prospectus, the SAI or any contract that is an exhibit to the Trust’s registration statement, is intended to, nor does it, give rise to an agreement or contract between the Trust or the Funds and any investor, or give rise to any contract or other rights in any individual shareholder, group of shareholders or other person other than any rights conferred explicitly by federal or state securities laws that may not be waived.

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Your Account
Not all share classes are available for each Fund. You may invest in AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Global Fund by purchasing either Class N or Class I shares, in AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund by purchasing either Class I or Class Z shares, and in AMG Yacktman Fund by purchasing Class I shares.
Each class of shares is subject to different types and levels of expenses and minimum initial investment amounts, as described below.
Your purchase or redemption of Fund shares is based on each class's share price. The price at which you purchase and redeem your shares is based on the net asset value (the “NAV”) per share next determined after your purchase or redemption order is received on each day the New York Stock Exchange (the “NYSE”) is open for trading. The NAV per share of each class of shares of a Fund is equal to the class's net worth (assets minus liabilities) divided by the number of shares outstanding for that class. The NAV for each class is calculated at the close of regular business of the NYSE, usually 4:00 p.m. New York time. Purchase orders received after 4:00 p.m. from certain processing organizations that have entered into contractual arrangements with the Funds will also receive that day's offering price provided that the purchase orders the processing organization transmits to the Funds were received by the processing organization in proper form before 4:00 p.m. Likewise, redemption orders received after 4:00 p.m. from certain processing organizations that have entered into contractual arrangements with the Funds will also be redeemed at the NAV computed that day provided that the orders the processing organization transmits to the Funds were received by the processing organization in proper form before 4:00 p.m.
Current net asset values per share for each Fund are available on the Funds’ website at www.amgfunds.com.
Investments traded in foreign markets may trade when the NYSE is closed. Those investments are generally valued at the closing of the exchange where they are primarily traded. Foreign securities may trade on days when a Fund is not open for business, thus affecting the value of a Fund’s assets on days when Fund shareholders may not be able to buy or sell Fund shares.
FAIR VALUE POLICY
Each Fund’s investments are generally valued based on market quotations provided by third-party pricing services. Under certain circumstances, a Fund investment will be priced based on an evaluation of its fair value, under the general supervision of the Board of Trustees. Each Fund may use the fair value of a portfolio investment to calculate its NAV in the event that the market quotation, price or market based valuation for the portfolio investment is not deemed to be readily available or otherwise not determinable pursuant to the Funds’ valuation procedures, if the Investment Manager believes the quotation, price or market based valuation to be unreliable, or in certain other circumstances.
Portfolio investments that trade primarily on foreign markets are priced based upon the market quotation of such securities as of the close of their respective principal markets. Unless a foreign equity security is fair valued, if there are no reported sales for such security on the valuation date, it may be valued at the last quoted bid price or the mean between the last quoted bid and ask prices. Securities held in a Fund that can be fair valued by the applicable fair value pricing service are fair valued on each business day provided that each individual price exceeds a pre-established confidence level.
Each Fund may invest in securities that may be thinly traded. The Board of Trustees has adopted procedures to adjust prices of securities that are judged to be stale so that they reflect fair value. An investment valued on the basis of its fair value may be valued at a price higher or lower than available market quotations.
Pursuant to Rule 2a-5 under the 1940 Act, the Funds’ Board has designated the Funds Investment Manager as the FundsValuation Designee” to perform the Funds fair value determinations, which are subject to Board oversight and certain reporting and other requirements intended to ensure that the Board receives the information it needs to oversee the Investment Manager’s fair value determinations.

Choosing a Share Class
Investors can choose between the following share classes when investing in the Funds:
Class I
Class Z (AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund only)
Class N (AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Global Fund only)
Not all shares classes are available for each Fund.
The classes differ in expense structure and eligibility requirements. When choosing a share class, it is important to consider these three factors:
The amount you plan to invest;
Your investment objectives; and
The expenses and charges for the class.
We recommend that you discuss your investment goals and choices with your financial professional to determine which share class is right for you.

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Class N Shares
(AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Global Fund)
Class N shares have no up-front sales charges or deferred sales charges. Your entire amount invested purchases Fund shares at the Class N's NAV. Shareholders of AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Global Fund may bear shareholder servicing fees of up to 0.20% for shareholder servicing provided by financial intermediaries, such as broker-dealers (including fund supermarket platforms), banks, and trust companies. See “Investing Through an Intermediary” below for more information on shareholder servicing fees paid to financial intermediaries. The Class N shares do not pay distribution (12b-l) fees.
Class I Shares
(All Funds)
Class I shares have no up-front sales charges or deferred sales charges. Your entire amount invested purchases Fund shares at the Class I’s NAV. Shareholders may bear shareholder servicing fees of up to 0.20% with respect to AMG Yacktman Fund and up to 0.10% with respect to AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund for shareholder servicing provided by financial intermediaries, such as broker-dealers (including fund supermarket platforms), banks, and trust companies. Shareholders of Class I shares of AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Global Fund do not bear shareholder servicing fees for shareholder servicing provided by financial
intermediaries, such as broker-dealers (including fund supermarket platforms), banks, and trust companies. See “Investing Through an Intermediary” below for more information on shareholder servicing fees paid to financial intermediaries. The Class I shares do not pay distribution (12b-1) fees. Shareholders who transact in Class I shares through a financial intermediary may be required to pay a commission to the financial intermediary for effecting such transactions.
Class Z Shares *
(AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund)
Class Z shares have no up-front sales charges or deferred sales charges. Your entire amount invested purchases Fund shares at the Class Z’s NAV. Shareholders do not bear shareholder servicing fees for shareholder servicing provided by financial intermediaries, such as broker-dealers (including fund supermarket platforms), banks, and trust companies. See “Investing Through an Intermediary” below for more information on shareholder servicing fees paid to financial intermediaries. The Class Z shares do not pay distribution (12b-1) fees.
* Individual retirement accounts may only invest in Class Z shares if the account is held directly on the books of the Fund (e.g., not through an omnibus or NSCC networked account established by a financial intermediary).

Investing Through an Intermediary
If you invest through a third party such as a bank, broker-dealer (including through a fund supermarket platform), trust company or other financial intermediary (each of the above, a “Financial Intermediary”), rather than directly with the Funds, certain purchase and redemption policies, fees, and minimum investment amounts may differ from those described in this Prospectus. Many, if not all, of these Financial Intermediaries may receive various forms of compensation in connection with the sale of Fund shares and/or the servicing of shareholder accounts. Such compensation from the Funds may include receipt of shareholder servicing fees. Shareholder servicing fees are paid out of the assets of Class N shares of AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Global Fund and Class I shares of AMG Yacktman Fund and AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund on an ongoing basis for the receipt of certain shareholder services from Financial Intermediaries (including through fund supermarket platforms), including account maintenance, recordkeeping or sub-accounting, forwarding communications to shareholders, providing shareholders with account statements, transaction processing and customer liaison services, and will increase the cost to shareholders who invest in Class N shares of AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Global Fund and Class I shares of AMG Yacktman Fund and AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund. These payments are made pursuant to written agreements between the Financial Intermediaries and the
Investment Manager, the Distributor and/or a Fund. Class I shares, which do not have any front-end sales charge, contingent deferred sales charge, or other asset-based fee for sales or distribution, such as a distribution (12b-1) fee, or, with respect to AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Global Fund, bear shareholder servicing fees, may be available on brokerage platforms of Financial Intermediaries that have agreements with the Distributor to offer such shares solely when acting as your agent. If you transact in Class I shares through such a Financial Intermediary, you may be required to pay a commission and/or other forms of compensation to the Financial Intermediary for effecting such transactions. Shares of AMG Yacktman Focused Fund, AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund and AMG Yacktman Global Fund are available in other share classes that have different fees and expenses.
The Investment Manager, the Subadviser and/or the Distributor may pay additional compensation (directly out of their own resources and not as an expense of a Fund) to certain affiliated or unaffiliated Financial Intermediaries in connection with the sale, including distribution, marketing and promotional services, or retention of Fund shares and/or shareholder servicing. To the extent permitted by SEC and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (“FINRA”) rules and other applicable laws and regulations, the Investment Manager, the Subadviser and the Distributor may make other

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payments or allow other promotional incentives to Financial Intermediaries. This compensation may provide such Financial Intermediaries with an incentive to favor sales of shares of the Funds over other investment options. Any such payments may be substantial; however, they will be made by the Investment Manager, the Subadviser and/or the Distributor, as applicable, not by the Funds or their shareholders, and will not change the NAV or the price of the Funds’ shares.
You can ask your Financial Intermediary for information about any payments it receives from the Investment Manager, the Subadviser and/or the Distributor and any services it provides, as well as about fees and/or commissions it charges and which share class(es) you are eligible to purchase.

Transaction Policies
OPENING YOUR ACCOUNT
You can set up your account either through a registered financial professional or on your own, by submitting your completed application to the Funds with your initial investment. Your account application must be in “good order” before we can process it; that is, the application must contain all of the information and documentation requested. Failing to provide what we request may delay the purchase date or cause us to reject your application and return your investment monies.
To help the U.S. government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, federal law requires the Trust to verify identifying information provided by each investor in its application, and the Trust may require further identifying documentation. The Trust also must maintain and update identifying information and conduct monitoring to identify and report suspicious transactions. If the Trust is unable to verify the information shortly after your account is opened or within a reasonable amount of time after a request for updated information, the account may be closed and your shares redeemed at their net asset value at the time of the redemption.
BUYING AND SELLING Fund SHARES
You may buy shares of the Funds once you set up an account. You also may buy additional shares or sell your shares any day the NYSE is open for business. When you buy or sell Fund shares, the price is the NAV per share that is calculated after we receive your order in proper form. Each class’s NAV is calculated at the close of regular trading on the NYSE, usually 4:00 p.m. New York time.
PROCESSING ORDERS
The Funds typically expect to pay out redemption proceeds on the next business day after a redemption request is received in good order if redemption proceeds are sent by wire. If redemption proceeds are sent by check via express mail or Automated Clearing House (“ACH”), the Funds typically expect to pay out redemption proceeds within two business days after a redemption request is received in good order. If redemption proceeds are sent by check via regular mail, the Funds typically expect to pay out redemption proceeds within five to seven business days after a redemption request is received in good order.
If you sell shares of the Funds, the Funds will send your check to the address we have on file for your account. A request to send a check to any other address or a third party requires a signature medallion guarantee. If the sale of your shares follows a purchase by check, the Funds may hold the proceeds of your sale for up to 15 calendar days to ensure that the check has cleared. ACH transactions are also subject to a 15 calendar day holding period. A Fund may delay sending out sales proceeds for up to seven days. This usually applies to very large sales without notice, excessive trading, or during unusual market conditions.
Under normal circumstances, each Fund expects to meet redemption requests by using cash or cash equivalents in its portfolio and/or selling portfolio assets to generate cash. A Fund also may pay redemption proceeds using cash obtained through borrowing arrangements (including interfund lending) that may be available from time to time.
A Fund may pay all or a portion of redemption proceeds with in-kind distributions of portfolio securities when such action is in the best interest of the Fund. For example, a shareholder may request a redemption in-kind to avoid any disruption in market exposure, or a redemption may be so relatively large that a redemption in-kind is most appropriate. The securities received as payment remain subject to market and other risks until they are sold and such sales may result in transaction costs, such as brokerage fees. A redeeming shareholder may receive less for them than the price at which they were valued for purposes of the redemption. In addition, a redemption is generally a taxable event for shareholders, regardless of whether the redemption is satisfied in cash or in-kind.
During periods of deteriorating or stressed market conditions, when an increased portion of a Fund’s portfolio may be comprised of less-liquid investments, or during extraordinary or emergency circumstances, the Fund may be more likely to pay redemption proceeds with cash obtained through short-term borrowing arrangements (if available) or by giving you securities.

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How to Buy or Sell Shares
 
If you wish to open an account
and buy shares*...
If you wish to add shares to your
account*...
If you wish to sell shares* ...
Through your registered
investment professional:
Contact your investment advisor or
other investment professional
Send any additional monies to your
investment professional to the
address on your account statement
Contact your investment advisor or
other investment professional
On your own:
By mail
Complete the account application,
then mail the application and a
check payable to AMG Funds to:
AMG Funds
c/o BNY Mellon Investment Servicing
(US) Inc.
PO Box 534426
Pittsburgh, PA 15253-4426
Send a letter of instruction and a
check payable to AMG Funds to:
AMG Funds
c/o BNY Mellon Investment Servicing
(US) Inc.
PO Box 534426
Pittsburgh, PA 15253-4426
(Include your account number and
Fund name on your check)
Write a letter of instruction containing:
• Name of the Fund
• Dollar amount or number of shares
you wish to sell
• Your name
• Your account number
• Signatures of all account owners
Mail your letter to:
AMG Funds
c/o BNY Mellon Investment Servicing
(US) Inc.
PO Box 534426
Pittsburgh, PA 15253-4426
By telephone
Not available
If your account has already been
established, call the transfer agent at
800.548.4539
If you elected telephone redemption
privileges on your account application,
call us at 800.548.4539. Telephone
redemptions are available only for
redemptions of less than $100,000 for
Class N and Class I shares and less
than $250,000 for Class Z shares
Over the Internet
Not available
If your account has already been
established and ACH banking
instructions are on file, go to our
website at
www.amgfunds.com
Go to our website at
www.amgfunds.com. Internet
redemptions are available only for
redemptions of less than $100,000 for
Class N and Class I shares and less
than $250,000 for Class Z shares
By bank wire
Call us at 800.548.4539 for
instructions
Call us at 800.548.4539 for
instructions
Available if bank wire instructions are
on file for your account
*Please indicate which class of shares you are buying or selling when you place your order.
Redemptions of $100,000 and over for Class N and Class I shares and $250,000 and over for Class Z shares require a medallion signature guarantee. A medallion guarantee is a signature guarantee by a guarantor institution such as a bank, broker-dealer, credit union, national securities exchange, or savings association that is a recognized participant of the Securities Transfer Agents Medallion Program (STAMP) 2000. Telephone and internet redemptions are available only for redemptions that are below $100,000 for Class N and Class I shares and below
$250,000 for Class Z shares.

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INVESTMENT MINIMUMS
Your cash investments in the Funds must be in U.S. dollars. We do not accept third-party or “starter” checks.
Share Class
Initial Investment
Additional Investments
Class N (AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Global
Fund):
 
 
• Regular Accounts
$2,000
$100
•  Individual Retirement Accounts
$1,000
$100
Class I:
 
 
• Regular Accounts
$100,000
$100
•  Individual Retirement Accounts
$25,000
$100
Class Z (AMG Yacktman Special Opportunities Fund only):
 
 
• Regular Accounts
$5,000,000
$1,000
• Individual Retirement Accounts (Direct Accounts Only)
$50,000
$1,000

The minimum initial and additional investment amounts may be waived for investments by current or retired officers and Trustees of the Trust and other funds of the AMG Funds Family of Funds, as well as their family members; current or retired officers, directors, and employees of AMG and affiliated companies of AMG; the immediate family members of any such officer, director, or employee (including parents, grandparents, spouses, children, grandchildren, siblings, fathers/mothers-in-law, sisters/brothers-in-law, daughters/sons-in-law, nieces, nephews, and domestic partners); a trust or plan established primarily for the benefit of any of the foregoing persons; certain omnibus accounts, mutual fund advisory platforms and fee-based investment platforms via a custodian or clearing firm (Class I shares); and certain qualified retirement plans, such as 401(k) plans, 403(b) plans and 457 plans. Additionally, a Fund or the Distributor may, in its discretion, waive the minimum initial or additional investment amounts at any time.
OTHER PURCHASE INFORMATION
Subject to the approval of the Trust and in accordance with the Trust’s policies and procedures, an investor may purchase shares of a Fund with securities that are eligible for purchase by the Fund (consistent with the Fund’s investment policies and restrictions) and that have a value that is readily ascertainable and determined in accordance with the Trust’s valuation policies. These transactions will be effected only if the Investment Manager or the Subadviser intends to retain the security in a Fund as an investment. Assets purchased by a Fund in such transactions will be valued in generally the same manner as they would be valued for purposes of pricing the Fund’s shares, if such assets were included in the Fund’s assets at the time of purchase. The Trust reserves the right to amend or terminate this practice at any time.
SIGNATURE GUARANTEE
If you are selling $100,000 or more worth of Class N or Class I shares or $250,000 or more worth of Class Z shares, you will need to provide a Fund with a medallion guarantee, an imprint that verifies the authenticity of your signature. The medallion program offers shareholders added protection because it guarantees that the person who signs the transaction request is the actual shareholder or legally authorized representative.
We accept medallion imprints only from a guarantor institution such as a bank, broker-dealer, credit union, national securities exchange, or savings association that is a recognized participant of the Securities Transfer Agents Medallion Program (STAMP) 2000. When requesting a medallion signature guarantee from a guarantor institution, please be sure it is issued in an amount that covers your planned transaction. A notary public cannot provide a signature guarantee.
UNAUTHORIZED TRANSACTIONS
The Funds are not responsible for any losses due to unauthorized transactions as long as the Funds follow reasonable security procedures designed to verify your identity. It is your responsibility to review and verify the accuracy of your confirmation statements immediately after you receive them. If you do not want the ability to sell and exchange shares by telephone or the Internet, call the Funds at 800.548.4539 for instructions.
LIMITATIONS ON THE FUNDS
The Funds may restrict or limit certain transactions, including, but not limited to, the following examples:
Redeem your account if its value (i) falls below $500 for Class N shares, $25,000 for Class I shares or $50,000 for Class Z shares due to redemptions you make, or (ii) is below $100, but, in each case, not until after the Funds give you at least 60 days' notice and the opportunity to increase your account balance to the minimum account balance amount;
Suspend sales or postpone payments when the NYSE is closed for any reason other than its usual weekend or holiday closings or when the SEC restricts trading;
Change the minimum required investment amounts;
Refuse a buy order for any reason, including your failure to submit a properly completed application;
Refuse an exchange request for any person or group if a Fund determines that the request could adversely affect the Fund, for example, if the person or group has engaged in excessive trading. (See “Limiting Trades” below.) This determination is at the Investment Manager's discretion, based on a case-by-case

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analysis consistent with the Trust's policies and procedures regarding frequent trading; and
End or limit the exchange privilege policy after giving 60 days’ advance notice to shareholders or impose fees in connection with exchanges or sales.
The Funds or the Funds’ transfer agent may temporarily delay for more than seven days the disbursement of redemption proceeds from the account of a “Specified Adult” (as that term is defined in FINRA Rule 2165) based on a reasonable belief that financial exploitation of the Specified Adult has occurred, is occurring, has been attempted, or will be attempted, subject to certain conditions.
In connection with the Trust’s anti-money laundering efforts, the Trust also may redeem Fund shares at their net asset value and close a shareholder’s account if a shareholder fails to timely provide the Trust with any requested documentation or information, the Trust is unable to verify such documentation or information within a reasonable amount of time, or the Trust is otherwise required by law to redeem Fund shares.
FREQUENT TRADING POLICY
The Board of Trustees of the Trust has adopted policies and procedures reasonably designed to prevent frequent trading in shares of the Funds. Frequent trading may result from an effort by a shareholder to engage in “market timing.” These activities may disrupt management of the Funds' portfolios, increase the Funds' expenses, and have a negative impact on the Funds' performance. There may be additional risks due to frequent trading activities. As described previously, the Funds have adopted procedures to minimize these risks.
Monitoring Trades
To help prevent frequent trading, the Investment Manager monitors the trading activities of Fund accounts on a daily basis, including large accounts maintained directly with the Funds' transfer agent. If
the Investment Manager determines that an account shows a pattern of excessive trading and/or excessive exchanging among the AMG Funds Family of Funds, the Investment Manager reviews the account’s activities and may warn the account owner and/or restrict the account. The Investment Manager also notifies the Funds' transfer agent of any restriction and periodically informs the Board of Trustees about the implementation of these frequent trading policies and procedures.
Limiting Trades
The Funds may refuse a purchase order for any reason and will limit or refuse an exchange request if the Investment Manager believes that a shareholder is engaging in market timing activities that may harm the Funds and their shareholders. Transactions accepted by a Financial Intermediary that violate the Funds' frequent trading policies are not considered to be acceptable by the Funds, and the Funds may reject them on the next business day after the Financial Intermediary has received them.
Although the Funds use reasonable efforts to prevent market timing activities in the Funds, their efforts may not always succeed. For example, although the Funds strive to apply these policies and procedures uniformly to all accounts, the Funds receive certain purchase, exchange, and redemption orders through Financial Intermediaries that maintain omnibus accounts with the Funds. Although the Funds have attempted to put safeguards in place to ensure that Financial Intermediaries have implemented procedures designed to deter market timing, the Funds' ability to detect frequent trading activities by investors who hold shares through omnibus accounts at Financial Intermediaries will still be limited by the ability of the Funds and such intermediaries to monitor for a pattern of excessive trading and/or excessive exchanging within an omnibus account.

Investor Services
AUTOMATIC INVESTMENTS
You may arrange to make automatic deductions at regular intervals from a designated bank account.
AUTOMATIC REINVESTMENT PLAN
This plan lets you conveniently reinvest your dividends and capital gain distributions in additional shares of the Funds.
AUTOMATIC REDEMPTIONS
With this feature, you can easily redeem a set amount each month from your account. You may make automatic monthly redemptions of $100 or more. Redemptions are normally completed on the 25th day of each month. If the 25th day falls on a weekend or holiday, the Funds will complete the redemption on the next business day.
RETIREMENT PLANS
You may hold your shares in a traditional or Roth IRA, which are available to you at no additional cost. Call us at 800.548.4539 to get more information and an IRA kit.
EXCHANGE PRIVILEGES
To enhance your investment flexibility, we allow you to exchange your shares of the Funds for the same class of shares of other funds in the Trust or for shares of other funds managed by the Investment Manager, subject to the applicable investment minimum. Not all funds managed by the Investment Manager offer all classes of shares or are open to new investors. In addition to exchanging into other funds managed by the Investment Manager as described above, you also may exchange your shares of the Funds through the Investment

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Manager for shares in the Agency share class of the JPMorgan U.S. Government Money Market Fund (the “JPMorgan Fund”).
In addition, the following restrictions apply:
Except for the JPMorgan Fund, the value of the shares exchanged must meet the minimum purchase requirement of the fund and class for which you are exchanging them. There is no minimum purchase requirement to exchange into the JPMorgan Fund if you exchange out of a Fund through the Investment Manager.
There is no fee associated with the exchange privilege; however, your exchange may result in tax consequences. For details, see “Taxability of Transactions” below.
The exchange privilege is available only if both of the accounts involved in the transaction are registered in the same name with the same address and taxpayer identification number (“TIN”).
You can request your exchange in writing, by telephone (if elected on the application), by Internet, or through your investment advisor, bank, or investment professional. Normally, we will execute the entire exchange transaction in a single business day.
Be sure to read the prospectus of any fund that you are considering for an exchange. Subject to the restrictions above, when you purchase a fund's shares by exchange, the same terms and conditions that apply to any new investment in that fund also apply to the exchange. The Funds may discontinue, alter, or limit the exchange privileges at any time, subject to applicable law.
ACCOUNT STATEMENTS
The Funds will send you quarterly and yearly statements with details about your account activity. The Funds will also send you a Form 1099-DIV annually (unless your account is an IRA) that shows the
tax breakdown of any dividends and distributions you received from your account. In addition, you will receive a confirmation after each trade execution.
COST BASIS REPORTING
Upon the redemption or exchange of your shares in a Fund, the Fund or, if you purchase your shares through a Financial Intermediary, your Financial Intermediary generally will be required to provide you and the Internal Revenue Service (the “IRS”) with cost basis information. This cost basis reporting requirement is effective for shares purchased, including through dividend reinvestment, on or after January 1, 2012. Please see www.amgfunds.com or contact the Funds at 800.548.4539, or consult your Financial Intermediary, as appropriate, for more information regarding available methods for cost basis reporting and how to select a particular method. Please consult your tax advisor to determine which available cost basis method is best for you.
DIVIDENDS AND DISTRIBUTIONS
The Funds normally declare and pay any income dividends and net realized capital gain distributions, if any, annually in December. Most investors have their dividends and distributions reinvested in additional shares, and the Funds will do this automatically unless you request otherwise. You may also change your election any time by giving the Funds written notice at least 10 days before the scheduled payment date.
CHANGES TO YOUR ACCOUNT
The Funds will mail correspondence and other materials to the address on file for you. Please notify the Funds immediately of any changes to your address or to other information that might affect your account.

Certain Federal Income Tax Information
The following tax information is a general summary of certain U.S. federal income tax consequences applicable to an investment in the Funds under the Internal Revenue Code, as in effect as of the date of this Prospectus. A more detailed tax discussion is provided in the SAI. The Funds do not intend for this information to address all aspects of taxation that may apply to individual shareholders or to specific types of shareholders such as insurance companies, financial institutions, tax-advantaged retirement plans, broker-dealers, and foreign persons, each of whom may qualify for special treatment under U.S. federal income tax laws. You should consult a tax advisor about the U.S. federal, state, local, and foreign tax consequences to you of your investment in the Funds based on your particular circumstances.
Each Fund has elected and intends to qualify and be eligible to be treated each taxable year as a regulated investment company. A regulated investment company generally is not subject to tax at a corporate level on income and gains from investments that are
distributed to shareholders. However, a Fund’s failure to qualify and be eligible for treatment as a regulated investment company would result in corporate-level taxation and, consequently, a reduction in income available for distribution to shareholders.
TAXABILITY OF DIVIDENDS AND DISTRIBUTIONS
For U.S. federal income tax purposes, distributions of investment income, whether reinvested or taken as cash, are generally taxable to you as ordinary income. Taxes on distributions of capital gains are determined by how long a Fund owned or is considered to have owned the investments that generated them, rather than how long you have owned your shares.
Distributions from the sale of investments that a Fund owns or is considered to have owned for more than one year and that are properly reported by the Fund as capital gain dividends are treated as long-term capital gains includible in your net capital gain and taxed to individuals at reduced rates.

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Shareholder Guide
Certain Federal Income Tax Information (CONTINUED)
Distributions from the sale of investments that a Fund owns or is considered to have owned for one year or less are taxable as ordinary income.
Properly reported distributions of “qualified dividend income” are taxable to you at the rate that applies to net capital gains, provided that both you and the distributing Fund meet certain holding period and other requirements.
A 3.8% Medicare contribution tax is imposed on the “net investment income” of certain individuals, estates and trusts to the extent their income exceeds certain threshold amounts. Net investment income generally includes for this purpose dividends paid by a Fund, including any capital gain dividends, and net gains recognized on the sale, redemption or exchange of shares of a Fund. Shareholders are advised to consult their tax advisors regarding the possible implications of this additional tax on their investment in a Fund.
Distributions are taxable to you in the same manner whether you receive them in cash or reinvest them in additional shares.
Distributions by a Fund to retirement plans that qualify for tax-exempt treatment under U.S. federal income tax laws are not taxable. By investing in the Fund through such a plan, you will not be subject to tax on distributions from the Fund so long as the amounts distributed remain in the plan, but you will generally be taxed upon withdrawal of monies from the plan. You should consult your tax advisor to determine the suitability of a Fund as an investment through your retirement plan and the tax treatment of distributions (including distributions of amounts attributable to an investment in a Fund) from such a plan.
TAXABILITY OF TRANSACTIONS
Any gain or loss that results from the sale, exchange (including an exchange of a Fund's shares for shares of another fund) or redemption of your shares will be treated generally as capital gain or loss for U.S. federal income tax purposes, which will be long-term or short-term depending on how long you have held your shares.
OTHER TAX MATTERS
A Fund's investments in foreign securities, if any, may be subject to foreign taxes. In that case, the Fund's return on those securities would generally be decreased. The application of certain foreign
taxes, including withholding taxes, may be unclear. If more than 50% of the value of a Fund’s total assets at the close of a taxable year consists of securities of foreign corporations, the Fund will be eligible to elect to “pass through” to you foreign income taxes that it pays. If a Fund is eligible to and does so elect, you will be required to include your share of those taxes in gross income as a distribution from the Fund and you generally will be allowed to claim a credit (or if you itemize deductions and so choose, a deduction), for such amounts on your U.S. federal income tax return, subject to certain limitations. If a Fund is not eligible to or does not so elect, shareholders of the Fund will not be entitled separately to claim a credit or deduction for U.S. federal income tax purposes with respect to foreign taxes paid by the Fund; in that case the foreign tax will nonetheless reduce the Fund’s taxable income.
In addition, certain of a Fund's investments, including certain debt instruments, derivatives, foreign securities or foreign currencies, could affect the amount, timing and character of distributions you receive and could cause a Fund to recognize taxable income in excess of the cash generated by such investments (which may require the Fund to sell other investments in order to make required distributions). Please see the SAI for more detailed tax information.
TAX WITHHOLDING
To avoid back-up withholding of U.S. federal income taxes on distributions or sale proceeds, federal law requires you to:
Provide your Social Security Number (“SSN”) or other TIN;
Certify that your SSN or TIN is correct; and
Certify that you are not subject to back-up withholding.
In addition, the Funds must also withhold taxes on distributions and sale proceeds if the IRS notifies the Funds that the SSN or TIN you provided is incorrect, or the IRS notifies the Funds that you have failed to properly report certain interest and dividend income.

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Financial Highlights
The following Financial Highlights tables are intended to help you understand the financial performance of the Funds for the past five fiscal years. Certain information reflects financial results for a single Fund share. The total returns in the tables represent the rate that an investor would have earned or lost on an investment in a Fund (assuming reinvestment of all dividends and distributions). The information has been audited and reported on by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, an independent registered public accounting firm, whose report is included in the Funds’ Annual Report which is available upon request.
AMG Yacktman Focused Fund
 
For the fiscal years ended December 31,
Class N
2022
2021
2020
2019
2018
Net Asset Value, Beginning of Year
$21.21
$19.09
$18.25
$17.78
$21.13
Income (loss) from Investment Operations:
 
 
 
 
 
Net investment income1,2
0.22
0.143
0.15
0.23
0.28