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To address interruptions to our normal course of business, DST Market Services, LLC maintains a business continuity plan, which includes geographically dispersed data centers and processing facilities. The plan is reviewed annually and updated as necessary.
The plan outlines the actions DST Market Services, LLC will take in the event of a building, city, or regional incident, including:
All DST Market Services, LLC operational facilities are equipped for resumption of business and are tested. Regarding all circumstances within our control, DST Market Services, LLC’s recovery time objective (RTO) for business resumption, including those involving a relocation of personnel or technology, is four (4) hours or less, depending upon the availability of external resources.
In the event that your financial organization experiences a significant business interruption, you may contact DST Market Services, LLC directly to process limited trade-related transactions, cash disbursements, and security transfers. Instructions to DST Market Services, LLC must be in writing and transmitted via fax to 855-247-6263.
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DST Market Services, LLC has developed a Disaster Recovery Plan to address the possibility of a pandemic outbreak and provide you with an overview of our plans for mitigating the potential impact.
If such a situation occurs, we are confident that we are well positioned to maintain critical functions in support of your business.
Confirmations of executions or cancellations may be delayed, erroneous (e.g., due to computer system issues) or cancelled/adjusted by an exchange or market center. Any reporting or posting errors, including errors in execution prices or cancellations, will be corrected to reflect what actually occurred in the marketplace; you will be bound by such terms. The cancellation of an order is not guaranteed and will only be cancelled if the request is received by the market center to which the order was routed and matched with the order to be cancelled before it is executed. During market hours, it is rarely possible to cancel a market order or a marketable limit order, as such orders are subject to immediate execution. You should not assume that any order has been executed or canceled until you have received a transaction or cancellation confirmation from your financial organization or DST Market Services, LLC.
Before trading securities in a margin account, you should carefully review the margin agreement and consult with your financial organization regarding any questions or concerns. You should be aware that, pursuant to the margin agreement with DST Market Services, LLC, and as permitted by law, margin securities in your account may be used for, among other things, settling short sales and lending the securities for short sales. As a result, DST Market Services, LLC and your financial organization may receive compensation in connection therewith. Further, buying securities on margin might result in dividends being paid as substitute payments or cash-in-lieu, which could lead to a different tax treatment for the investor. In addition, investors who buy securities on margin might not be allowed to vote those securities in the event of a proxy. DST Market Services, LLC does not lend fully-paid-for securities without your written permission under a separate Lending Agreement.
You should consider the following points before engaging in extended-hours trading. “Extended-hours trading” means trading outside of “regular trading hours.” “Regular trading hours” generally means the time between 8:30 A.M. (CST) and 3 P.M. (CST).
Risk of Timing of Order Entry—All orders entered and posted during extended-hours trading sessions must be limit orders. You must indicate the price at which you would like your order to be executed. By entering the price, you agree not to buy for more or sell for less than the price you entered, although your order may be executed at a better price. Your order will be executed if it matches an order from another investor or market professional to sell or purchase on the other side of the transaction. In addition, there may be orders entered ahead of your order by investors willing to buy or sell at the same price. Orders entered earlier at the same price level will have a higher priority. This means that if the market is at your requested price level, an order entered prior to your order will be executed first. This may prevent your order from being executed in whole or in part.
Risk of Execution Pricing—For extended-hours trading sessions, quotations will reflect the bid and ask currently available through the utilized quotation service. The quotation service may not reflect all available bids and offers posted by other participating electronic communications networks (ECNs) or exchanges, and may reflect bids and offers that may not be accessible through DST Market Services, LLC or respective trading partners. This quotation montage applies for both pre- and post-market sessions.
Not all systems are linked; therefore, you may pay more or less for your security purchases or receive more or less for your security sales through a participating ECN or exchange than you would for a similar transaction on a different ECN or exchange.
Risk of Communications Delays or Failures—Delays or failures in communications due to a high volume of orders or to other computer or system problems, including Internet disruptions, may cause delays in or prevent the execution of your order. Any communication or computer problems experienced by DST Market Services, LLC, its designated order manager, or participating ECN or exchange, may prevent or delay the order from being executed. DST Market Services, LLC reserves the right to temporarily or permanently close an extended-hours trading session without prior notification in the event of system failures or unforeseen emergencies. DST Market Services, LLC will not be held liable for missed executions in the case of a system failure.
Risk of Lower Liquidity—Liquidity refers to the ability to buy and sell securities. Generally, if there are more orders available in the market, then the security is more liquid. Due to limited trading activity in the extended-hours trading sessions, the liquidity in these sessions may be significantly less than during regular market hours. Lower liquidity may prevent your order from being executed in whole or in part, or from receiving as favorable a price as you might receive during regular trading hours. In addition, lower liquidity means fewer shares of a given security are being traded, which may result in larger spreads between bid and ask prices and volatile swings in stock prices.
Risk of Trading Halts—News stories may have a significant impact on stock prices during extended-hours trading sessions. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), or a stock exchange may impose a trading halt when significant news has affected a company’s stock price. Any SEC-, FINRA-, or exchange-imposed trading halt will be enforced. Pending orders for a security will be held upon imposition of a trading halt for that security and reinitiated upon resumption of trading during that session.
Risk of Duplicate Orders—There is a risk of duplicate orders if you place an order for the same security in both an extended-hours session and the regular trading session, even if that order is a day order. Orders executed during regular trading hours may not be confirmed until after the post-market extended trading session has already begun. Similarly, orders executed in the pre-market session may not be confirmed until after regular trading has begun.
Risk of Partial Executions—Orders placed during extended trading hours are entered through a participating ECN or exchange, which may be linked to other ECNs or exchanges. Because you cannot add qualifiers to an order, such as all or none (AON) or fill or kill (FOK), a round lot order may be filled in part by an odd lot or mixed lot order, leaving stock left over to buy or to sell. There is a risk that the remaining order may not be filled during the extended-hours session. An odd lot may not be represented in the displayed quote. This would occur in instances in which an order has an execution leaving an odd lot. There are no execution guarantees for an odd lot or the odd lot portion of a mixed lot portion of an order.
Risk of Lack of Calculation or Dissemination of Underlying Index Value or Intraday Indicative Value—For certain derivative securities products, an updated underlying index value or intraday indicative value may not be calculated or publicly disseminated in extended trading hours. Since the underlying index value and intraday indicative value are not calculated or widely disseminated during the opening and late trading sessions, an investor who is unable to calculate implied values for certain derivative securities products in those sessions may be at a disadvantage to market professionals.
Risk of Higher Volatility—Volatility refers to the changes in price that securities undergo when trading. Generally, the higher the volatility of a security, the greater its price swings. There may be greater volatility in extended-hours trading than in regular market hours. As a result, your order may only be partially executed, or not at all, or you may receive an inferior price in extended-hours trading than you would during regular market hours.
Risk of News Announcements—Normally, issuers make news announcements that may affect the price of their securities after regular market hours. Similarly, important financial information is frequently announced outside of regular market hours. In extended-hours trading, these announcements may occur during trading and, if combined with lower liquidity and higher volatility, may cause an exaggerated and unsustainable effect on the price of a security.
Risk of Wider Spreads—The spread refers to the difference in price for which you can buy and sell a security. Lower liquidity and higher volatility in extended-hours trading may result in wider than normal spreads for a particular security.
DST Market Services, LLC may obtain a financial benefit attributable to the cash balances in any account (including Employee Retirement Income Security Act accounts) that are held by DST Market Services, LLC in accounts that it has with major money center banks (the names of which will be provided upon request). These cash balances result from (1) cash awaiting investment or (2) cash pending distribution. DST Market Services, LLC’s financial benefit may be in the form of interest earned on such balances and/or reductions in interest expenses that DST Market Services, LLC would otherwise pay to such money center banks. To the extent that the financial benefit is in the form of interest paid to DST Market Services, LLC, it is often paid at the federal funds rate.
With respect to cash awaiting investment (e.g., new contributions), DST Market Services, LLC obtains such financial benefit until the funds are invested in a money market fund or are used to purchase securities. If an account agreement provides for the automatic investment into a money market fund, such investment will take place on the day after the receipt of cash (and the financial benefit will be one day), unless instructions are received to manually purchase money fund shares on the same day that cash is received. Such instructions must be received before the cutoff time established by each money market fund available to the account. If the account agreement does not provide for automatic investment into a money market fund, such investment will take place on the day after the receipt of appropriate instructions.
When DST Market Services, LLC receives a request for a distribution by check, the account is charged (debited) on the date the check is written. Cash is transferred to a DST Market Services, LLC disbursement account maintained with a major money center bank on the day the check is presented for payment. DST Market Services, LLC mails disbursement checks on the same day that they are written. DST Market Services, LLC may obtain the financial benefit described above from the date the check is written until the date the check is presented for payment, the timing of which is beyond the control of DST Market Services, LLC. When a distribution is requested using a Automated Clearing House instruction, DST Market Services, LLC receives a one-day financial benefit in connection with the distribution. If the distribution is made using the Federal Reserve wire system, DST Market Services, LLC receives no financial benefit in connection with the distribution.
CHARGES, BREAKPOINT DISCOUNTS, FEES, AND REVENUE SHARING
Before investing in mutual funds, it is important that you understand the sales charges, expenses and management fees that you will be charged, as well as the breakpoint discounts to which you may be entitled. Understanding these charges and breakpoint discounts will assist you in identifying the best investment for your particular needs and may help you reduce the cost of your investment.
This section will give you general background information about these charges and discounts; however, sales charges, expenses, management fees, and breakpoint discounts vary from mutual fund to mutual fund. Therefore, you should discuss these matters with your advisor and review each mutual fund’s prospectus and statement of additional information (which are available from your advisor) to obtain the specific information regarding the charges and breakpoint discounts associated with a particular mutual fund.
Investors who purchase mutual funds must make certain choices, including which funds to purchase and which share class is most advantageous in light of their specific investing needs. Each mutual fund has a specified investment strategy. You should consider whether the mutual fund’s investment strategy is compatible with your investment objectives. Additionally, many mutual funds offer different share classes. Although each share class represents a similar interest in the mutual fund’s portfolio, the mutual fund will charge you different fees and expenses depending upon your choice of share class. As a general rule, Class A shares carry a “front-end” sales charge or “load” that is deducted from your investment at the time you buy the fund shares. This sales charge is a percentage of your total purchase.
As explained below, many mutual funds offer volume discounts to the front-end sales charge assessed on Class A shares at certain predetermined levels of investment, which are called “breakpoint discounts.” In contrast, Class B and C shares usually do not carry any front-end sales charges. Instead, investors who purchase Class B or C shares pay asset-based sales charges, which may be higher or lower than the charges associated with Class A shares. Investors who purchase Class B or C shares may also be required to pay a sales charge known as a contingent deferred sales charge when they sell their shares, depending upon the rules of the particular mutual fund. This is known as a “back-end” sales charge or “load.”
Most mutual funds offer investors a variety of ways to qualify for breakpoint discounts on the sales charge associated with the purchase of Class A shares. In general, most mutual funds provide breakpoint discounts to investors who make large purchases at one time. The extent of the discount depends upon the size of the purchase.
Generally, as the amount of the purchase increases, the percentage used to determine the sales load decreases. The entire sales charge may be waived for investors who make very large purchases of Class A shares. Mutual fund prospectuses contain tables that illustrate the available breakpoint discounts and the investment levels at which breakpoint discounts apply. Additionally, most mutual funds allow investors to qualify for breakpoint discounts based upon current holdings from prior purchases through Rights of Accumulation (ROA) and from future purchases based upon Letters of Intent (LOI). Mutual funds have different rules regarding the availability of ROAs and LOIs. Therefore, you should discuss these matters with your advisor and review the mutual fund’s prospectus and statement of additional information to determine the specific terms upon which a mutual fund offers ROAs or LOIs.
Rights of Accumulation—Many mutual funds allow investors to count the value of previous purchases of the same fund, or another fund within the same fund family, with the value of the current purchase to qualify for breakpoint discounts. Moreover, mutual funds may allow investors to count existing holdings in multiple accounts, such as individual retirement accounts (IRAs) or accounts at other financial organizations to qualify for breakpoint discounts. Therefore, if you have accounts at other financial organizations and wish to take advantage of the balances in these accounts to qualify for a breakpoint discount, you must advise your advisor about those balances. You may need to provide documentation if you wish to rely upon balances in accounts at another firm.
In addition, many mutual funds allow investors to count the value of holdings in accounts of certain related parties, such as spouses or children, to qualify for breakpoint discounts. Each mutual fund has different rules that govern when relatives may rely upon each other’s holdings to qualify for breakpoint discounts. You should consult with your advisor and review the mutual fund’s prospectus and statement of additional information to determine what these rules are for the fund family in which you are investing. If you wish to rely upon the holdings of related parties to qualify for a breakpoint discount, you should advise your advisor about these accounts. You may need to provide documentation to your advisor if you wish to rely upon balances in accounts at another firm. Mutual funds also follow different rules to determine the value of existing holdings. Some funds use the current net asset value (NAV) of existing investments in determining whether an investor qualifies for a breakpoint discount. However, a small number of funds use the historical cost, which is the cost of the initial purchase, to determine eligibility for breakpoint discounts. If the mutual fund uses historical costs, you may need to provide account records, such as confirmation statements or monthly statements, to qualify for a breakpoint discount based upon previous purchases. You should consult with your advisor or firm, and review the mutual fund’s prospectus and statement of additional information to determine whether the mutual fund uses NAV or historical costs to determine breakpoint eligibility.
Letters of Intent—Most mutual funds allow investors to qualify for breakpoint discounts by signing a LOI, which commits the investor to purchasing a specified amount of Class A shares within a defined period of time, usually 13 months. For instance, if an investor plans to purchase $50,000 worth of Class A shares over a period of 13 months, but each individual purchase would not qualify for a breakpoint discount, the investor could sign an LOI at the time of the first purchase and receive the breakpoint discount associated with a $50,000 investment on the first and all subsequent purchases. Additionally, some funds offer retroactive LOIs that allow investors to rely upon purchases in the recent past to qualify for a breakpoint discount. However, if an investor fails to invest the amount required by the LOI, the fund is entitled to retroactively deduct the correct sales charges based upon the amount that the investor actually invested. If you intend to make several purchases within a 13-month period, you should consult your advisor and the mutual fund prospectus to determine if it would be beneficial for you to sign an LOI. As you can see, understanding the availability of breakpoint discounts is important because it may allow you to purchase Class A shares at a lower price. The availability of breakpoint discounts may save you money and may also affect your decision regarding the appropriate share class in which to invest. Therefore, you should discuss the availability of breakpoint discounts with your advisor and carefully review the mutual fund prospectus and its statement of additional information when choosing among the share classes offered by a mutual fund. If you wish to learn more about mutual fund share classes or mutual fund breakpoints, you can also review the investor alerts via theFinancial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) website.
DST Market Services, LLC may receive servicing fees from mutual funds in lieu of clearance charges to your financial organization. These fees may be considered revenue sharing and are a significant source of revenue for DST Market Services, LLC and may be a significant source of revenue for your financial organization. These fees are paid in accordance with an asset-based formula.
DST Market Services, LLC also receives operational reimbursements from mutual funds in the form of networking or omnibus processing fees. These reimbursements are based either on a flat fee per holding or a percentage of assets and are remitted to DST Market Services, LLC for its work on behalf of the funds. This work may include, but is not limited to, subaccounting services, dividend calculation and posting, accounting, reconciliation, client confirmation and statement preparation and mailing, and tax statement preparation and mailing. These fees may be a significant source of revenue for DST Market Services, LLC.
Money fund processing and revenue-sharing fees are significant sources of revenue for DST Market Services, LLC and may be significant sources of revenue for your financial organization. DST Market Services, LLC receives fees from providers for making available money market funds and FDIC-insured bank deposit programs, which you may have selected through your financial organization. These fees are paid in accordance with an asset-based formula. Your financial organization may share in these fees. A portion of DST Market Services, LLC’s fees is applied against costs associated with providing services on behalf of the providers, which may include maintaining cash sweep systems, subaccounting services, dividend and interest calculation and posting, accounting, reconciliation, client statement preparation and mailing, tax statement preparation and mailing, marketing and distribution related support, and other services.
DST Market Services, LLC receives processing fees from certain providers, which may be associated with your financial organization. These fees reimburse DST Market Services, LLC for operational services it performs on behalf of the providers, which may include maintaining cash sweep systems, subaccounting services, dividend and interest calculation and posting, accounting, reconciliation, client statement preparation and mailing, tax statement preparation and mailing, or other services.
DST Market Services, LLC maintains records for order routing as required under SEC Rule 606. The firm will provide interested parties with routing information about specific orders upon request.
When a security is subject to a partial redemption, pursuant to FINRA Rule 4340, DST Market Services, LLC must have procedures in place that are designed to treat clients fairly in accordance with an impartial lottery process.
When an issuer initiates a partial call of securities, the depository holding such securities (typically, the Depository Trust Corporation, or DTC) conducts an impartial, computerized lottery using an incremental random number technique to determine the allocation of called securities to participants for which it holds securities on deposit (including DST Market Services, LLC). Because DTC’s lottery is random and impartial, participants may or may not receive an allocation of securities selected for redemption.
When DST Market Services, LLC is notified that it received an allocation of called securities, DST Market Services, LLC conducts a similar, computer-generated random lottery. The lottery determines the accounts that will be selected and the number of securities in the account that will be redeemed. Allocations are based on the number of trading units held in the account. The probability of any trading unit held by an account being selected as called in a partial call is proportional to the total number of trading units held through DST Market Services, LLC.
Once the lottery is complete, DST Market Services, LLC notifies introducing broker-dealers whose introduced accounts have received an allocation. Securities registered in the client’s name, either in transit or held in custody, are excluded from the DST Market Services, LLC lottery process.
DST Market Services, LLC initiates the lottery process by identifying the accounts holding the called security, the total par value of the called securities held, and the trading unit of the security.
Example (unit of trade = $25,000):
In brief, the allocation process involves the following steps:
The allocation of called securities is not made on a pro-rata basis. Therefore, it is possible that a client may receive a full or partial redemption of shares held. Conversely, it is also possible that a client may not have any securities selected for redemption at all.
When a partial call is deemed favorable to the holders of the called security, DST Market Services, LLC will exclude certain accounts from the lottery. Excluded accounts will include DST Market Services, LLC’s proprietary and employee accounts, as well as proprietary and employee accounts of introducing broker-dealers (if DST Market Services, LLC carries and clears those accounts). No allocation will be made to these proprietary and employee accounts until all other client positions at DST Market Services, LLC in such securities have been called. When a partial call is deemed unfavorable to holders of the called security, DST Market Services, LLC will not exclude any accounts from the lottery.
If the partial call is made at a price above the current market price as captured in DST Market Services, LLC’s price reporting system, DST Market Services, LLC will generally categorize the partial call as one that is favorable to the holders of such security. If the partial call is made at a price that is equal to or below the current market price of the security as captured in DST Market Services, LLC’s price reporting system, DST Market Services, LLC will generally categorize that call as one that is unfavorable to holders of the security.
Clients have the right to withdraw uncalled, fully paid securities from DST Market Services, LLC at any time prior to the cutoff date and time established by the issuer, transfer agent and/or depository with respect to the partial call. Clients also have the right to withdraw excess margin securities, provided that the client account is not subject to restriction under Regulation T or that such withdrawal will not cause an under-margined condition.
In accordance with the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006, transactions associated with unlawful internet gambling are prohibited. The Act prohibits any person engaged in the business of betting or wagering from knowingly accepting payments in connection with the participation of another person in unlawful internet gambling. Accordingly, you must not initiate or receive wire transfers, checks, drafts or other debit/credit transactions that are restricted by the Act. For more information, please refer to:
Third-party product and service providers (e.g., mutual funds, annuity companies, exchange-traded funds [ETFs], money market funds, money managers, technology and business solutions) may offer marketing support in the form of sponsorship fee payments to DST Market Services, LLC (or third parties at DST Market Services, LLC’s direction) in connection with educational conferences, events, seminars, and workshops for broker-dealers or advisors. These payments may be for the expenses of educational materials or other conference-related expenses.
Trailing stop orders can be triggered by either a transaction or by a National Best Bid/Offer (NBBO) quotation update, and can trail by dollar value or percentage, depending on which option your financial advisor chooses on an order by order basis at the time the order is placed.
When DST Market Services, LLC acts upon the instruction of your financial organization to execute the purchase of a UIT, DST Market Services, LLC may receive a payment based on the volume of sales processed by DST Market Services, LLC. Your financial organization may receive a concession for the sale of the UIT to you. Such payments are disclosed in the applicable trust prospectus.