SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION Sample Clauses

SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION. SEC Rule 14b-2 requires banks which hold securities for the account of customers to respond to requests by issuers of securities for the names, addresses and holdings of beneficial owners of securities of that issuer held by the bank unless the beneficial owner has expressly objected to disclosure of this information. In order to comply with the rule, the Custodian needs the Fund to indicate whether it authorizes the Custodian to provide the Fund’s name, address, and share position to requesting companies whose securities the Fund owns. If the Fund tells the Custodian “no”, the Custodian will not provide this information to requesting companies. If the Fund tells the Custodian “yes” or does not check either “yes” or “no” below, the Custodian is required by the rule to treat the Fund as consenting to disclosure of this information for all securities owned by the Fund or any funds or accounts established by the Fund. For the Fund’s protection, the Rule prohibits the requesting company from using the Fund’s name and address for any purpose other than corporate communications. Please indicate below whether the Fund consents or objects by checking one of the alternatives below.
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SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION. SEC Rule 14b-2 requires banks which hold securities for the account of customers to respond to requests by issuers of securities for the names, addresses and holdings of beneficial owners of securities of that issuer held by the bank unless the beneficial owner has expressly objected to disclosure of this information. In order to comply with the rule, the Custodian needs each Fund to indicate whether it authorizes the Custodian to provide such Fund's name, address, and share position to requesting companies whose securities the Fund owns. If a Fund tells the Custodian "no", the Custodian will not provide this information to requesting companies. If a Fund tells the Custodian "yes" or does not check either "yes" or "no" below, the Custodian is required by the rule to treat a Fund as consenting to disclosure of this information for all securities owned by the Fund or any funds or accounts established by the Fund. For a Fund's protection, the Rule prohibits the requesting company from using the Fund's name and address for any purpose other than corporate communications. Please indicate below whether each Fund consents or objects by checking one of the alternatives below. YES [ ] The Custodian is authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. NO [X] The Custodian is not authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties has caused this instrument to be executed in its name and behalf by its duly authorized representative and its seal to be hereunder affixed as of the date written on page one of this Agreement. EACH REGISTERED INVESTMENT CO0ANY FUND SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: IDENTIFIED ON APPENDIX A ATTACHED [CHICAGO BOARD] By: /s/John Millette By: /s/Caroline Pearson ----------------------------- ---------------------- Name: John Millette Name: ----------------------------- ---------------------- Title: Secretary Title: ----------------------------- ---------------------- STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST CO0ANY SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: By: /s/Joseph L. Hooley By: /s/Jean S. Carr ----------------------------- ---------------------- Name: Joseph L. Hooley Name: Jean S. Carr ----------------------------- ---------------------- Title: Executive Vice President Title: Counsel ----------------------------- ----------------------
SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION. SEC Rule 14b-2 ----------------------------------- requires banks which hold securities for the account of customers to respond to requests by issuers of securities for the names, addresses and holdings of beneficial owners of securities of that issuer held by the bank unless the beneficial owner has expressly objected to disclosure of this information. In order to comply with the rule, the Custodian needs each Fund to indicate whether it authorizes the Custodian to provide such Fund's name, address, and share position to requesting companies whose securities the Fund owns. If a Fund tells the Custodian "no," the Custodian will not provide this information to requesting companies. If a Fund tells the Custodian "yes" or does not check either "yes" or "no" below, the Custodian is required by the rule to treat the Fund as consenting to disclosure of this information for all securities owned by the Fund or any funds or accounts established by the Fund. For a Fund's protection, the Rule prohibits the requesting company from using the Fund's name and address for any purpose other than corporate communications. Please indicate below whether the Fund consents or objects by checking one of the alternatives below. YES [ ] The Custodian is authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. NO [X] The Custodian is not authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. REMAINDER OF PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK SIGNATURE PAGE -------------- IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties has caused this instrument to be executed in its name and behalf by its duly authorized representative and its seal to be hereunder affixed as of the date first above-written. FUNDS' SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: EACH MANAGEMENT INVESTMENT COMPANY SET FORTH ON APPENDIX A HERETO _________________________ By:_________________________________ Christina T. Sydor, Secretary Lewis E. Daidone, Senior Vice President SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY _____________________________ By:_________________________________ Stephanie L. Poster, Vice President Joseph L. Hooley, Executive Vice President
SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION. SEC Rule 14b-2 requires banks which hold securities for the account of customers to respond to requests by issuers of securities for the names, addresses and holdings of beneficial owners of securities of that issuer held by the bank unless the beneficial owner has expressly objected to disclosure of this information. In order to comply with the rule, State Street needs the Trust to indicate whether it authorizes State Street to provide the Trust’s name, address, and share position to requesting companies whose securities the Trust owns. If the Trust tells State Street “no”, State Street will not provide this information to requesting companies. If the Trust tells State Street “yes” or does not check either “yes” or “no” below, State Street is required by the rule to treat the Trust as consenting to disclosure of this information for all securities owned by the Trust or any funds or accounts established by the Trust. For the Trust’s protection, the Rule prohibits the requesting company from using the Trust’s name and address for any purpose other than corporate communications. Please indicate below whether the Trust consents or objects by checking one of the alternatives below. YES ☐ State Street is authorized to release the Trust’s name, address, and share positions. NO ☒ State Street is not authorized to release the Trust’s name, address, and share positions.
SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION. SEC Rule 14b-2 requires banks which hold securities for the account of customers to respond to requests by issuers of securities for the names, addresses and holdings of beneficial owners of securities of that issuer held by the bank unless the beneficial owner has expressly objected to disclosure of this information. In order to comply with the rule, the Custodian needs the Fund to indicate whether it authorizes the Custodian to provide the Fund's name, address, and share position to requesting companies whose securities the Fund owns. If the Fund tells the Custodian "no", the Custodian will not provide this information to requesting companies. If the Fund tells the Custodian "yes" or does not check either "yes" or "no" below, the Custodian is required by the rule to treat the Fund as consenting to disclosure of this information for all securities owned by the Fund or any funds or accounts established by the Fund. For the Fund's protection, the Rule prohibits the requesting company from using the Fund's name and address for any purpose other than corporate communications. Please indicate below whether the Fund consents or objects by checking one of the alternatives below. YES [ ] The Custodian is authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. NO [X] The Custodian is not authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. DATA ACCESS SERVICES ADDENDUM TO CUSTODIAN AGREEMENT Addendum to the Custodian Agreement (as defined below) between each fund listed on Appendix A to the Custodian Agreement, as such Appendix A is amended from time to time (each such fund listed on Appendix A shall be individually referred to herein as the "FUND"), and State Street Bank and Trust Company ("STATE STREET"). PREAMBLE WHEREAS, State Street has been appointed as custodian of certain assets of the Fund pursuant to a certain Custodian Agreement (the "CUSTODIAN AGREEMENT") dated as of January 28, 1998, and amended thereafter from time to time; WHEREAS, State Street has developed and utilizes proprietary accounting and other systems, including State Street's proprietary Multicurrency HORIZON/R/ Accounting System, in its role as custodian of the Fund, and maintains certain Fund-related data ("FUND DATA") in databases under the control and ownership of State Street (the "DATA ACCESS SERVICES"); and WHEREAS, State Street makes available to the Fund (and certain of the Fund's agents as set forth herein) certain Data Access Services solely for the...
SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION. SEC Rule 14b-2 requires banks which hold securities for the account of customers to respond to requests by issuers of securities for the names, addresses and holdings of beneficial owners of securities of that issuer held by the bank unless the beneficial owner has expressly objected to disclosure of this information. In order to comply with the rule, State Street needs the Fund to indicate whether it authorizes State Street to provide the Fund's name, address, and share position to requesting companies whose securities the Fund owns. If the Fund tells State Street "no", State Street will not provide this information to requesting companies. If the Fund tells State Street "yes" or does not check either "yes" or "no" below, State Street is required by the rule to treat the Fund as consenting to disclosure of this information for all securities owned by the Fund or any funds or accounts established by the Fund. For the Fund's protection, the Rule prohibits the requesting company from using the Fund's name and address for any purpose other than corporate communications. Please indicate below whether the Fund consents or objects by checking one of the alternatives below. YES [ ] State Street is authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. NO [X] State Street is not authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties has caused this instrument to be executed in its name and behalf by its duly authorized representative and its seal to be hereunder affixed as of ___________________, 2000. STRONG ____________ FUNDS, INC. FUND SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: By: _________________________ By: _________________________ Name/Title: ___________________ Name/Title: ___________________ STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: By: ____________________________ By: _____________________ Stephen R. Hilliard, Senior Vice President Beverly Z. Edwards, Vice President FUNDS TRANSFER ADDENDUM SCHEDULE A SCHEDULE B SCHEDULE C
SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION. SEC Rule 14b-2 requires banks which hold securities for the account of customers to respond to requests by issuers of securities for the names, addresses and holdings of beneficial owners of securities of that issuer held by the bank unless the beneficial owner has expressly objected to disclosure of this information. In order to comply with the rule, State Street needs Fund to indicate whether it authorizes State Street to provide Fund's name, address, and share position to requesting companies whose securities Fund owns. If Fund tells State Street "no", State Street will not provide this information to requesting companies. If Fund tells State Street "yes" or does not check either "yes" or "no" below, State Street is required by the rule to treat Fund as consenting to disclosure of this information for all securities owned by Fund or any funds or accounts established by Fund. For Fund's protection, the Rule prohibits the requesting company from using Fund's name and address for any purpose other than corporate communications. Please indicate below whether Fund consents or objects by checking one of the alternatives below. YES / / State Street is authorized to release Fund's name, address, and share positions. NO /X/ State Street is not authorized to release Fund's name, address, and share positions. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties has caused this instrument to be executed in its name and behalf by its duly authorized representative effective as of the day and year first written above. ON BEHALF OF EACH OF THE FUNDS SET FORTH ON EXHIBIT A HERETO FUND SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: By: /s/ Michael J. Roland By: /s/ Robert S. Naka ----------------------------- --------------------------- Name: Michael J. Roland Name: Robert S. Naka ----------------------------- --------------------------- Title: Executive Vice President Title: Senior Vice President ----------------------------- --------------------------- STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: By: /s/ illegible By: /s/ Angie Keough ----------------------------- --------------------------- Name: illegible Name: Angie Keough ----------------------------- --------------------------- Title: Senior Vice President Title: Legal Assistant ----------------------------- --------------------------- SCHEDULE A: STATE STREETGLOBAL CUSTODY NETWORK SUBCUSTODIANS COUNTRY SUBCUSTODIAN Argentina Citibank, N.A. Australia Westpac Banking Corporation Austria Erste Bank der Osterreichischen Sparkassen A...
SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION. Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 14b-2 requires banks which hold securities for the account of customers to respond to requests by issuers of securities for the names, addresses and holdings of beneficial owners of securities of that issuer held by the bank unless the beneficial owner has expressly objected to disclosure of this information. In order to comply with the rule, the Custodian needs the Fund to indicate whether it authorizes the Custodian to provide the Fund's name, address, and share position to requesting companies whose securities the Fund owns. If the Fund tells the Custodian "no", the Custodian will not provide this information to requesting companies. If the Fund tells the Custodian "yes" or does not check either "yes" or "no" below, the Custodian is required by the rule to treat the Fund as consenting to disclosure of this information for all securities owned by the Fund or any funds or accounts established by the Fund. For the Fund's protection, the Rule prohibits the requesting company from using the Fund's name and address for any purpose other than corporate communications. Please indicate below whether the Fund consents or objects by checking one of the alternatives below. YES [ ] The Custodian is authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. NO [X] The Custodian is not authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties has caused this instrument to be executed in its name and behalf by its duly authorized representative and its seal to be hereunder affixed as of the 22nd day of August , 1996. ATTEST HARTFORD INDEX FUND, INC. /s/ Kevin J. Carr By /s/ George R. Jay -------------------------- --------------------------- ATTEST STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY /s/ Janice M. Duffy By /s/ Mark J. Bowler -------------------------- --------------------------- Mark J. Bowler Senior Vice President SCHEDULE A The following foreign banking institutions and foreign securities depositories have been approved by the Board of Directors of Hartford Index Fund, Inc. for use as sub-custodians for the Fund's securities and other assets: (Insert banks and securities depositories)
SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION. SEC Rule 14b-2 requires banks which hold securities for the account of customers to respond to requests by issuers of securities for the names, addresses and holdings of beneficial owners of securities of that issuer held by the bank unless the beneficial owner has expressly objected to disclosure of this information. In order to comply with the rule, the Custodian needs the Fund to indicate whether it authorizes the Custodian to provide the Fund's name, address, and share position to requesting companies whose securities the Fund owns. If the Fund tells the Custodian "no", the Custodian will not provide this information to requesting companies. If the Fund tells the Custodian "yes" or does not check either "yes" or "no" below, the Custodian is required by the rule to treat the Fund as consenting to disclosure of this information for all securities owned by the Fund or any funds or accounts established by the Fund. For the Fund's protection, the Rule prohibits the requesting company from using the Fund's name and address for any purpose other than corporate communications. Please indicate below whether the Fund consents or objects by checking one of the alternatives below. YES [X] The Custodian is authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. NO [ ] The Custodian is not authorized to release the Fund's name, address, and share positions. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the parties has caused this instrument to be executed in its name and behalf by its duly authorized representative and its seal to be hereunder affixed as of *[date]. SBL FUND FUND SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: By: JAMES R. SCHMANK By: CHRIS SWICKARD ------------------------------- ------------------------------ Name: James R. Schmank Name: Chris Swickard ------------------------------- ------------------------------ Title: President Title: Assistant Secretary ------------------------------- ------------------------------ SECURITY EQUITY FUND FUND SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: By: JAMES R. SCHMANK By: CHRIS SWICKARD ------------------------------- ------------------------------ Name: James R. Schmank Name: Chris Swickard ------------------------------- ------------------------------ Title: President Title: Assistant Secretary ------------------------------- ------------------------------ STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY SIGNATURE ATTESTED TO BY: By: ROBERT G. NOVELLANO By: MARVIN RAU ------------------------------ ------------------------------ Name: Robert G. Novellano Name: M...
SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS ELECTION. SEC Rule 14b-2 requires banks which hold securities for the account of customers to respond to requests by issuers of securities for the names, addresses and holdings of beneficial owners of securities of that issuer held by the bank unless the beneficial owner has expressly objected to disclosure of this information. In order to comply with the rule, the Custodian needs each Fund to indicate whether it authorizes the Custodian