Equity

International Equity-EAFE: The 1607 Capital Partners International Equity-EAFE strategy seeks to achieve long-term capital growth through investments in exchange-traded closed–end funds that invest primarily in the equity securities of non-U.S. companies. Specifically, this targets a total annualized “net rate of return on assets”, which exceeds, on a long-term basis (defined as one market cycle), the return on the MSCI EAFE Index.

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International Equity-exUS: The 1607 Capital Partners International Equity-exUS strategy seeks to achieve long-term capital growth through investments in exchange-traded closed-end funds that invest primarily in the equity securities of non-U.S. companies. Specifically, these accounts target a total annualized “net rate of return on assets”, which exceeds, on a long-term basis (defined as one market cycle), the return of the MSCI exUS Index.

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Global Equity: The 1607 Capital Partners Global Equity strategy seeks to achieve long-term capital growth through investments in exchange-traded closed-end funds that invest primarily in the equity securities of companies located anywhere in the world. Specifically, these accounts target a total annualized “net rate of return on assets”, which exceeds, on a long-term basis (defined as one market cycle), the return on the MSCI All Country World Index.

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Global Equity-US Only: The 1607 Capital Partners Global Equity-US Only strategy seeks to achieve long-term capital growth through investments in U.S.-listed exchange-traded closed-end funds that invest primarily in the equity securities of companies located anywhere in the world. Specifically, these accounts target a total annualized “net rate of return on assets”, which exceeds, on a long-term basis (defined as one market cycle), the return on the MSCI All Country World Index.

Domestic Equity: The 1607 Capital Partners Domestic Equity strategy seeks to achieve long-term capital growth through investments in exchange-traded closed-end funds that invest primarily in the equity securities of companies located in the United States of America. Specifically, these accounts target a total annualized “net rate of return on assets”, which exceeds, on a long-term basis (defined as one market cycle), the return of a benchmark representing the U.S. stock market.

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