Information provided for these Collective Investment Trusts is intended for use solely by retirement plan
sponsors, their consultants, and advisors. Participation in these Collective Investment Trusts is governed by the
Declaration of Trust, and is limited to Eligible Trusts that are accepted by Benefit Trust Company. Eligible Trusts
include (i) certain employee benefit trusts qualified under Code Section 401(a) of the Internal Revenue Code of
1986, as amended (the "Code") and exempt from taxes under Section 501(a) of the Code; (ii) certain
governmental plans or units described in Code Section 457(b); and (iii) certain insurance company separate
accounts comprised solely of assets belonging to Eligible Trusts as described above. Collective trust investments
are not available to the general public, but rather only to qualified retirement plans which meet eligibility
The Collective Investment Trusts authorized by the Declaration of Trust, and maintained by Benefit Trust
Company as Trustee are not mutual funds and are not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission,
or any other regulatory body.
In order to view the information regarding the Collective Investment Funds, you must certify that you are (i) a
representative of an Eligible Trust; or (ii) a financial professional licensed to sell collective investment trusts to
such representatives (each a "Qualified Representative"). By selecting "Continue" you understand and agree to
the terms above and are certifying your status as a Qualified Representative.
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