Article 1. Section 1.02 is hereby amended by changing the existing subsection (e) in Section 1.02 of the Agreement to subsection (f) and adding the following as subsection (e) thereto: The Funds hereby delegate to the Transfer Agent the implementation, administration and operation of the Funds' anti-money laundering program, as such anti-money laundering program is adopted by the Funds and as amended from time to time (the "Program") provided that such Program and any amendments are promptly provided to the Transfer Agent. The Funds hereby further authorize the sub-delegation by the Transfer Agent of the implementation, administration and operation of certain aspects of the Funds' Program to State Street Bank and/or its subdelegatee, Boston Financial Data Services, Inc. ("Boston Financial") pursuant to that certain Sub-Transfer Agency and Service Agreement dated June 1, 1994, provided that the Funds have been given written notice of the terms of such Program subdelegation. The Transfer Agent agrees to perform all of the duties delegated under this subsection (e) and to undertake any subdelegation thereof solely in accordance with terms hereof. The Transfer Agent further agrees that it will fully cooperate with the designated anti-money laundering compliance officer (the "AML Compliance Officer") of the Funds in the discharge of its delegated duties hereunder. The Transfer Agent agrees to provide to the Funds, their AML Compliance Officer, internal or external auditors, regulatory authorities or the duly appointed agents of any of the foregoing (collectively, the "Interested Parties") any and all necessary reports and information requested by the Funds or any of the Interested Parties, as the case may be, with respect to the Transfer Agent's performance of its delegated duties under the Program. In connection with the performance by the Transfer Agent of the above-delegated duties, the Transfer Agent understands and acknowledges that the Funds remain responsible for assuring compliance with the PATRIOT Act and that the records the Transfer Agent maintains for the Funds relating to the Funds' Program may be subject, from time to time, to examination and/or inspection by federal regulators in order that the regulators may evaluate the compliance of the Funds with the PATRIOT Act. The Transfer Agent hereby consents to such examination and/or inspection and agrees to cooperate with such federal examiners in connection with their review. For purposes of such examination an...
Article 1. Section 1.02(a)(x) is hereby replaced in its entirety with the following: (x) Maintain records of account for and advise the Company and its Shareholders as to the foregoing, create and maintain true and complete books and records as required for the Company by the USA PATRIOT Act and the BSA, and establish and implement an Anti-Money Laundering Program, as defined in Section 352 of the USA PATRIOT Act;
Article 1. Section 1.02(a) is hereby amended by adding the following clauses thereto: (v) Cooperate with the Fund and facilitate the filing by the Fund and/or their respective officers and auditors of any and all certifications or attestations as required by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, including, without limitation, furnishing such sub-certifications from relevant officers of the Insurance Company with respect to the services and record-keeping performed by the Insurance Company under the Agreement as the Fund shall reasonably request from time to time. (vi) Upon request, provide its written policies and procedures pursuant to Rule 38a-1 under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (the "1940 Act"), as amended, to the Fund's chief compliance officer for review and the Fund's board of trustees' approval. The Insurance Company further agrees to cooperate with the Fund in their review of such written policies and procedures, including without limitation furnishing such certifications and sub-certifications as the Fund shall reasonably request from time to time. (vii) Promptly notify the Fund in the event that a "material compliance matter" (as such term is defined pursuant to Rule 38a-1 under the 1940 Act) arises with respect the services it provides under the Agreement.
Article 1. 2 FOP RECOGNITION3 1.1 The City recognizes Gator Lodge 67, Inc. Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) as the4 exclusive collective bargaining agent of all sworn personnel of the City of5 Gainesville Police Department in the classifications of: Police Officer, Police6 Corporal and Police Sergeant, as described in PERC Case Number AC-2005-7 002 dated June 13, 2005. Excluded from this bargaining unit are budget staff,8 polygraph operators, Sergeant/Personnel Officer, Internal Affairs investigators9 and all other employees of the City of Gainesville.10