Management Company The UCITS shall be managed by CAIAC Fund Management AG, which was established in the legal form of a corporation with registered office in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, according to this Trust Agreement. In accordance with UCITSG, the management company is approved by Finanzmarktaufsicht Liechtenstein (FMA) (Financial Market Supervisory Authority) and entered on the officially published list of management companies approved in Liechtenstein by the FMA. The management company manages the UCITS for the account and in the exclusive interests of the investors according to the principle of risk spreading and the provisions of the Fund Agreement/ Trust Agreement, as well as Appendix A "Funds at a glance". The management company shall be authorized to have at its disposal the fixed assets belonging to the UCITS in its own name and according to the legal provisions of the Trust Agreement and to exercise all rights arising therefrom.
Portfolio Management Services As manager of the assets of the Fund, you shall provide continuing investment management of the assets of the Fund in accordance with the investment objectives, policies and restrictions set forth in the Prospectus and SAI; the applicable provisions of the 1940 Act and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, (the "Code") relating to regulated investment companies and all rules and regulations thereunder; and all other applicable federal and state laws and regulations of which you have knowledge; subject always to policies and instructions adopted by the Trust's Board of Trustees. In connection therewith, you shall use reasonable efforts to manage the Fund so that it will qualify as a regulated investment company under Subchapter M of the Code and regulations issued thereunder. The Fund shall have the benefit of the investment analysis and research, the review of current economic conditions and trends and the consideration of long-range investment policy generally available to your investment advisory clients. In managing the Fund in accordance with the requirements set forth in this section 2, you shall be entitled to receive and act upon advice of counsel to the Trust. You shall also make available to the Trust promptly upon request all of the Fund's investment records and ledgers as are necessary to assist the Trust in complying with the requirements of the 1940 Act and other applicable laws. To the extent required by law, you shall furnish to regulatory authorities having the requisite authority any information or reports in connection with the services provided pursuant to this Agreement which may be requested in order to ascertain whether the operations of the Trust are being conducted in a manner consistent with applicable laws and regulations. You shall determine the securities, instruments, investments, currencies, repurchase agreements, futures, options and other contracts relating to investments to be purchased, sold or entered into by the Fund and place orders with broker-dealers, foreign currency dealers, futures commission merchants or others pursuant to your determinations and all in accordance with Fund policies as expressed in the Registration Statement. You shall determine what portion of the Fund's portfolio shall be invested in securities and other assets and what portion, if any, should be held uninvested. You shall furnish to the Trust's Board of Trustees periodic reports on the investment performance of the Fund and on the performance of your obligations pursuant to this Agreement, and you shall supply such additional reports and information as the Trust's officers or Board of Trustees shall reasonably request.
Management of the Fund The Board shall have power to conduct the business of the Fund and carry on the Fund's operations in any and all of its branches and maintain offices both within and without the State of Illinois, and in any and all other States of the United States of America, in any and all commonwealths, territories, dependencies, colonies, or possessions of the United States of America, and in any foreign jurisdiction, and to do all such other things and execute all such instruments as the Board deems necessary, proper, or desirable in order to promote the interests of the Fund although such things are not herein specifically mentioned. Any determination as to what is in the interests of the Fund made by the Board in good faith shall be conclusive. The powers of the Board may be exercised without order of or resort to any court.
PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT SERVICES OF THE SUB-ADVISER The Sub-Adviser is hereby employed and authorized to select portfolio securities for investment by the Series, to purchase and to sell securities for the Series Account, and upon making any purchase or sale decision, to place orders for the execution of such portfolio transactions in accordance with Sections 6 and 7 hereof and Schedule A hereto (as amended from time to time). In providing portfolio management services to the Series Account, the Sub-Adviser shall be subject to and shall conform to such investment restrictions as are set forth in the 1940 Act and the rules thereunder, the Internal Revenue Code, applicable state securities laws, applicable statutes and regulations of foreign jurisdictions, the supervision and control of the Board of Trustees of the Fund, such specific instructions as the Board of Trustees may adopt and communicate to the Sub-Adviser, the investment objective, policies and restrictions of the Fund applicable to the Series furnished pursuant to Section 5 of this Agreement, the provisions of Schedule A and Schedule B hereto and other instructions communicated to the Sub-Adviser by the Adviser. The Sub-Adviser is not authorized by the Fund to take any action, including the purchase or sale of securities for the Series Account, in contravention of any restriction, limitation, objective, policy or instruction described in the previous sentence. The Sub-Adviser shall maintain on behalf of the Fund the records listed in Schedule B hereto (as amended from time to time). At the Fund's reasonable request, the Sub-Adviser will consult with the Fund or with the Adviser with respect to any decision made by it with respect to the investments of the Series Account.
Portfolio Management Duties Subject to the supervision of the Trust’s Board of Trustees (“Board”) and the Manager, the Subadvisor will provide a continuous investment program for the Series’ Allocated Assets and determine the composition of the assets of the Series’ Allocated Assets, including determination of the purchase, retention or sale of the securities, cash and other investments contained in the portfolio. The Subadvisor will conduct investment research and conduct a continuous program of evaluation, investment, sales and reinvestment of the Series’ Allocated Assets by determining the securities and other investments that shall be purchased, entered into, sold, closed or exchanged for the Series, when these transactions should be executed, and what portion of the Allocated Assets of the Series should be held in the various securities and other investments in which it may invest, and the Subadvisor is hereby authorized to execute and perform such services on behalf of the Series. The Subadvisor will provide the services under this Agreement in accordance with the Series’ investment objective or objectives, policies and restrictions as stated in the Trust’s Registration Statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”), as amended, copies of which shall be delivered to the Subadvisor by the Manager. The Subadvisor further agrees as follows:
Portfolio Management Subject to supervision by Investment Manager and the Fund’s Board of Directors/Trustees (the “Board”), Subadviser shall manage the investment operations and the composition of that portion of the assets of the Fund which is allocated to Subadviser from time to time by Investment Manager (which portion may include any or all of the Fund’s assets), including the purchase, retention, and disposition thereof, in accordance with the Fund’s investment objectives, policies, and restrictions, and subject to the following understandings:
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Investment Advisory and Management Services The Investment Adviser ------------------------------------------- hereby appoints the Subadviser to serve as subadviser to the Fund and the Subadviser hereby accepts such appointment. Subject to the supervision of the Investment Adviser, Subadviser will regularly provide the Fund with investment advice and investment management services concerning the investments of the Fund. The Subadviser will determine what securities shall be purchased, held or sold by the Fund and what portion of the Fund's assets shall be held uninvested in cash and cash equivalents, subject always to the provisions of the Trust's Declaration of Trust and By-laws and the 1940 Act, and to the investment objectives, policies and restrictions applicable to the Fund (including, without limitation, the requirements of Subchapters L and M of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended) (the "Code"), as each of the same shall be from time to time in effect or set forth in the Fund's Prospectus and Statement of Additional Information, as well as any other investment guidelines or policies the Board of Trustees or the Investment Adviser may from time to time establish and deliver in writing to the Subadviser. To carry out such determinations the Subadviser will exercise full discretion, subject to the preceding paragraph, and act for the Fund in the same manner and with the same force and effect as the Trust might or could do with respect to purchases, sales or other transactions, as well as with respect to all other things necessary or incidental to the furtherance or conduct of such purchases, sales or other transactions. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Subadviser shall, upon written instructions from the Investment Adviser, effect such portfolio transactions for the Fund as the Investment Adviser may from time to time direct. Such instructions will be given in reasonable circumstances, including, without limitation, any termination of this Agreement. The Subadviser will also make its officers and employees available to meet with the officers of the Investment Adviser and the Trust's officers and Trustees at least quarterly on due notice to review the investments and investment program of the Fund in the light of current and prospective economic and market conditions. From time to time as the Board of Trustees of the Trust or the Investment Adviser may reasonably request, the Subadviser will furnish to the Investment Adviser and Trust's officers and to each of its Trustees, at the Subadviser's expense, reports on portfolio transactions and reports on issues of securities held by the Fund, all in such detail as the Trust or the Investment Adviser may reasonably request. The Subadviser shall maintain all books and records required by Rule 31a-1 under the 1940 Act relating to its responsibilities provided hereunder with respect to the Fund, and shall preserve such records for the periods and in a manner prescribed by Rule 31a-2 under the 1940 Act. The Subadviser shall permit the Investment Adviser, the Fund's officers and its independent public accountants to inspect and audit such records at reasonable times during normal business hours upon due notice. If any occasion should arise in which the Subadviser gives any advice to its clients concerning the shares of the Fund, the Subadviser will act solely as investment counsel for such clients and not in any way on behalf of the Fund. The Subadviser's services to the Fund pursuant to this Agreement are not to be deemed to be exclusive, and it is understood that the Subadviser may render investment advice, management and other services to others.
STANDARD OF CARE AS FOREIGN CUSTODY MANAGER OF THE FUND In performing the responsibilities delegated to it, the Foreign Custody Manager agrees to exercise reasonable care, prudence and diligence such as a person having responsibility for the safekeeping of assets of management investment companies registered under the 1940 Act would exercise.
Management of the Company The business and affairs of the Company shall be conducted and managed by the Member(s) in accordance with this Agreement and the laws of the State of . (Check One) ☐ - SINGLE-MEMBER: , as sole member of the Company, has sole authority and power to act for or on behalf of the Company, to do any act that would be binding on the Company, or incur any expenditures on behalf of the Company. The Member shall not be liable for the debts, obligations or liabilities of the Company, including under a judgment, decree or order of a court. The Company is organized as a “member-managed” limited liability company. The Member is designated as the initial managing member. ☐ - MULTI-MEMBER: Except as expressly provided elsewhere in this Agreement, all decisions respecting the management, operation and control of the business and affairs of the Company and all determinations made in accordance with this Agreement shall be made by the affirmative vote or consent of Members holding a majority of the Members’ Percentage Interests. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, the Members shall not, without the prior written consent of the unanimous vote or consent of the Members, sell, exchange, lease, 5 assign or otherwise transfer all or substantially all of the assets of the Company; sell, exchange, lease (other than space leases in the ordinary course of business), assign or transfer the Company’s assets; mortgage, pledge or encumber the Company’s assets other than is expressly authorized by this Agreement; prepay, refinance, modify, extend or consolidate any existing mortgages or encumbrances; borrow money on behalf of the Company in the excess of $ .00; lend any Company funds or other assets to any person in an amount or with a value in excess of $ .00; establish any reserves for working capital repairs, replacements, improvements or any other purpose, in excess of an aggregate of $ .00; confess a judgment against the Company; settle, compromise or release, discharge or pay any claim, demand or debt in excess of $ .00, including claims for insurance; approve a merger or consolidation of the Company with or into any other limited liability company, corporation, partnership or other entity; or change the nature or character of the business of the Company. The members shall receive such sums for compensation as Members of the Company as may be determined from time to time by the affirmative vote or consent of Members holding a majority of the Members’ Percentage Interests. (Check if Applicable)