Trust Collective Investments
Qualified Investor Certification

Participation in Collective Investment Funds are limited to Eligible Trusts that have been accepted by the Trustee as Participating Trusts. As more fully described in the Declaration of Trust, Eligible Trusts include (i) certain employee benefit trusts exempt from federal income taxation under Code Section 501(a); (ii) certain governmental plans or units described in Code Section 414(d), Code Section 457(b), and taxation under Code Section 501(a); (ii) certain governmental plans or units described in Code Section 414(d), Code Section 457(b), and Code Section 818(a)(6); (iii) certain commingled trust funds excempt from federal income taxation under Code Section 501(a); and (iv) certain insurance company separate accounts as defined in Investment Company Act Section 2(a)(17). Units of beneficial interest in the Fund are not registered under the Securities Act in reliance on an exemption under that Act for interests in a collective trust fund maintained by a bank for certain types of employee benefit trusts.

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