ADVISORY AGREEMENT made as of August 18, 2016 between Schwab Capital Trust (the “Trust”), a Massachusetts business trust
registered as an investment company under the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (the “1940 Act”), and Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx Investment Management, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the “Adviser”).
W I T N E S S E T H
WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees (the “Board” or “Trustees”) of the Trust has selected the Adviser to act as investment
adviser to the Trust on behalf of the series set forth on Schedule A hereto, which may be amended by the parties pursuant to section 11 of this Agreement to add other series of the Trust (each such series appearing on Schedule A at any time being a
“Fund” and all such series at that time being the “Funds” subject to this Agreement at that time), and to provide certain related services, as more fully set forth below, and to perform such services under the terms and
conditions hereinafter set forth;
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and benefits set forth herein, the Trust and
the Adviser do hereby agree as follows:
1. The Adviser’s Services.
(a) Discretionary Investment Management Services. The Adviser shall act as investment adviser with respect to the
Funds. In such capacity, the Adviser shall, subject to the supervision of the Board, regularly provide the Funds with investment research, advice and supervision and shall furnish continuously an investment program for the Funds, consistent
with the respective investment objectives and policies of each Fund. The Adviser shall determine, from time to time, what securities shall be purchased for the Funds, what securities shall be held or sold by the Funds and what portion of the
Funds’ assets shall be held uninvested in cash, subject always to the provisions of the Trust’s Agreement and Declaration of Trust and By-Laws and its registration statement on Form N-1A (the “Registration Statement”) under the
1940 Act, and under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “1933 Act”), covering Fund shares, as filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Commission”), and to the investment objectives, policies and
restrictions of the Funds, as each of the same shall be from time to time in effect. To carry out such obligations, the Adviser shall exercise full discretion and act for the Funds in the same manner and with the same force and effect as the
Funds themselves might or could do with respect to purchases, sales or other transactions, as well as with respect to all other such things necessary or incidental to the furtherance or conduct of such purchases, sales or other transactions. No
reference in this Agreement to the Adviser having full discretionary authority over each Fund’s investments shall in any way limit the right of the Board, in its sole discretion, to establish or revise policies in connection with the management
of a Fund’s assets or to otherwise exercise its right to control the overall management of a Fund.
(b) Selection of Sub-Adviser(s). The Adviser shall have the authority
hereunder to select and retain sub-advisers, including an affiliated person (as defined under the 0000 Xxx) of the Adviser, for each of the Funds referenced in Schedule A to perform some or all of the services for which the Adviser is responsible
pursuant to this Agreement. The Adviser shall supervise the activities of the sub-adviser(s), and the retention of a sub-adviser by the Adviser shall not relieve the Adviser of its responsibilities under this Agreement. Any such sub-adviser shall
be, at all relevant times, registered as an investment adviser with the Commission, not subject to any statutory disqualification, and capable of performing its sub-advisory duties pursuant to a sub-advisory agreement approved by the Trust’s
Board and, except as otherwise permitted by the 1940 Act or by rule or regulation, a vote of a majority of the outstanding voting securities of the applicable Fund. The Adviser will compensate the sub-adviser for its services to the Funds.
(c) Compliance. The Adviser agrees to comply with the requirements of the 1940 Act, the Investment Advisers Act of
1940, as amended (the “Advisers Act”), the 1933 Act, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the “1934 Act”), the Commodity Exchange Act, as amended, and the respective rules and regulations thereunder, as applicable, as
well as with all other applicable federal and state laws, rules, regulations and case law that relate to the services and relationships described hereunder and to the conduct of its business as a registered investment adviser. The Adviser also
agrees to comply with the objectives, policies and restrictions set forth in the Registration Statement, as amended or supplemented from time to time, of the Funds, and with any policies, guidelines, instructions and procedures approved by the Board
and provided to the Adviser. In selecting each Fund’s portfolio securities and performing the Adviser’s obligations hereunder, the Adviser shall cause the Fund to comply with the diversification and source of income requirements of
Subchapter M of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), for qualification as a regulated investment company. The Adviser shall maintain compliance procedures that it reasonably believes are adequate to ensure its
compliance with the foregoing. No supervisory activity undertaken by the Board shall limit the Adviser’s full responsibility for any of the foregoing.
(d) Proxy Voting. The Board has the authority to determine how proxies with respect to securities that are held by
the Funds shall be voted, and the Board has initially determined to delegate the authority and responsibility to vote proxies for each Fund’s securities to the Adviser. So long as proxy voting authority for a Fund has been delegated to the
Adviser, the Adviser shall exercise its proxy voting responsibilities. The Adviser shall carry out such responsibility in accordance with any instructions that the Board shall provide from time to time, and at all times in a manner consistent
with Rule 206(4)-6 under the Advisers Act and its fiduciary responsibilities to the Trust. The Adviser shall provide periodic reports and keep records relating to proxy voting as the Board may reasonably request or as may be necessary for the
Funds to comply with the 1940 Act and other applicable law. Any such delegation of proxy voting responsibility to the Adviser may be revoked or modified by the Board at any time.
(e) Recordkeeping. The Adviser shall not be responsible for the
provision of administrative, bookkeeping or accounting services to the Funds, except as may be otherwise provided or as may be necessary for the Adviser to supply to the Trust or its Board the information required to be supplied under this
The Adviser shall maintain separate books and detailed records of all matters pertaining to Fund assets advised
by the Adviser required by Rule 31a-1 under the 1940 Act (other than those records being maintained by any administrator, custodian or transfer agent appointed by the Funds) relating to its responsibilities provided hereunder with respect to the
Funds, and shall preserve such records for the periods and in a manner prescribed therefore by Rule 31a-2 under the 1940 Act (the “Funds’ Books and Records”). The Funds’ Books and Records shall be available to the Board at
any time upon request, shall be delivered to the Trust upon the termination of this Agreement and shall be available without delay during any day the Trust is open for business.
(f) Holdings Information and Pricing. The Adviser shall provide regular reports regarding Fund holdings, and may,
on its own initiative, furnish the Trust and its Board from time to time with whatever information the Adviser believes is appropriate for this purpose. The Adviser agrees upon request to provide any pricing information of which the Adviser is
aware to the Trust, its Board and/or any Fund pricing agent to assist in the determination of the fair value of any Fund holdings for which market quotations are not readily available or as otherwise required in accordance with the 1940 Act or the
Trust’s valuation procedures for the purpose of calculating the Fund net asset value in accordance with procedures and methods established by the Board.
(g) Cooperation with Agents of the Trust. The Adviser agrees to cooperate with and provide reasonable assistance to
the Trust, any Trust custodian or foreign sub-custodians, any Trust pricing agents and all other agents and representatives of the Trust, provide such information with respect to the Funds as they may reasonably request from time to time in the
performance of their obligations, provide prompt responses to reasonable requests made by such persons and establish appropriate interfaces with each so as to promote the efficient exchange of information and compliance with applicable laws and
2. Code of Ethics. The Adviser has adopted a written code of ethics that it reasonably believes complies
with the requirements of Rule 17j-1 under the 1940 Act, which it will provide to the Trust. The Adviser shall ensure that its Access Persons (as defined in the Adviser’s Code of Ethics) comply in all material respects with the
Adviser’s Code of Ethics, as in effect from time to time. Upon request made from time to time, the Adviser shall provide the Trust with (i) a copy of the Adviser’s current Code of Ethics, as then in effect, and (ii) certification that
it has adopted procedures reasonably necessary to prevent Access Persons from engaging in any conduct prohibited by the Adviser’s Code of Ethics as then in effect. Annually, the Adviser shall furnish a written report, which complies with
the requirements of Rule 17j-1, concerning the Adviser’s Code of Ethics to the Trust. The Adviser shall respond to requests for information from the Trust as to violations of the Code of Ethics by Access Persons and the sanctions imposed
by the Adviser.
3. Information and Reporting. The Adviser shall provide the Trust and its
respective officers with such periodic reports concerning the obligations the Adviser has assumed under this Agreement as the Trust may from time to time reasonably request.
(a) Compliance Reports. The Adviser may provide a quarterly report regarding each Fund’s compliance with its
investment objectives and policies, applicable law, including, but not limited to the 1940 Act and Subchapter M of the Code, and the Fund’s policies, guidelines or procedures as applicable to the Adviser’s obligations under this Agreement.
Upon request, the Adviser shall also provide the officers of the Trust with supporting certifications in connection with such certifications of Fund financial statements and disclosure controls pursuant to the Xxxxxxxx-Xxxxx Act of 2002, as
amended. The Adviser will promptly notify the Trust in the event that (i) the Adviser is served or otherwise receives notice of any action, suit, proceeding, inquiry or investigation, at law or in equity, before or by any court, public board,
or body, involving the affairs of the Trust (excluding class action suits in which a Fund is a member of the plaintiff class by reason of the Fund’s ownership of shares in the defendant) or the compliance by the Adviser with the federal or
state securities laws or (ii) a change in control of the Adviser resulting in an “assignment” (as defined in of the 0000 Xxx) has occurred or is otherwise proposed to occur.
(b) Board and Filings Information. The Adviser will also provide the Trust with any information reasonably
requested regarding its management of the Funds required for any meeting of the Board, or for any shareholder report, amended registration statement, proxy statement, prospectus supplement or other report required to be filed by the Trust with the
Commission. The Adviser will make its officers and employees available to meet with the Board from time to time on due notice to review its investment management services to the Funds in light of current and prospective economic and market
conditions and shall furnish to the Board such information as may reasonably be necessary in order for the Board to evaluate this Agreement or any proposed amendments thereto.
(c) Transaction Information. The Adviser shall furnish to the Trust such information concerning portfolio transactions
as may be necessary to enable the Trust or its designated agent to perform such compliance testing on the Funds and the Adviser’s services as the Trust may, in its sole discretion, determine to be appropriate. The provision of such
information by the Adviser to the Trust or its designated agent in no way relieves the Adviser of its own responsibilities under this Agreement.
(a) Principal Transactions. In connection with purchases or sales of securities for the account of a Fund, neither
the Adviser nor any of its directors, officers or employees will act as a principal or agent or receive any commission except as permitted by the 1940 Act.
(b) Placement of Orders. The Adviser shall arrange for the placing of
all orders for the purchase and sale of securities for a Fund’s account with brokers or dealers selected by the Adviser. In the selection of such brokers or dealers and the placing of such orders, the Adviser is directed at all times to
seek for the Fund the best execution and net price available under the circumstances. It is also understood that it is desirable for the Fund that the Adviser have access to brokerage and research services provided by brokers who may execute
brokerage transactions at a higher cost to the Fund than may result when allocating brokerage to other brokers, consistent with section 28(e) of the 1934 Act and any Commission staff interpretations thereof. Therefore, the Adviser is authorized
to place orders for the purchase and sale of securities for a Fund with such brokers, subject to review by the Board from time to time with respect to the extent and continuation of this practice. It is understood that the services provided by
such brokers may be useful to the Adviser in connection with its or its affiliates’ services to other clients.
Aggregated Transactions. On occasions when the Adviser deems the purchase or sale of a security or futures contract to be in the best interest of a Fund as well as other clients of the Adviser, the Adviser may, to the extent permitted by
applicable law and regulations, aggregate the orders for securities or futures contracts to be sold or purchased. In such event, the Adviser will allocate securities or futures contracts so purchased or sold, as well as the expenses incurred in
the transaction, in the manner the Adviser reasonably considers to be equitable and consistent with its fiduciary obligations to the Fund and to such other clients under the circumstances.
(d) Affiliated Brokers. The Adviser or any of its affiliates may act as broker in connection with the purchase or
sale of securities or other investments for a Fund, subject to: (i) the requirement that the Adviser seek to obtain best execution and price within the policy guidelines determined by the Board and set forth in the Fund’s current
prospectus and Statement of Additional Information; (ii) the provisions of the 1940 Act; (iii) the provisions of the Advisers Act; (iv) the provisions of the 1934 Act; and (v) other provisions of applicable law. These brokerage services are not
within the scope of the duties of the Adviser under this Agreement. Subject to the requirements of applicable law and any procedures adopted by the Board, the Adviser or its affiliates may receive brokerage commissions, fees or other
remuneration from a Fund for these services in addition to the Adviser’s fees for services under this Agreement.
Allocation of Charges and Expenses. The Adviser will bear its own costs of providing services hereunder. The Adviser agrees to pay all expenses incurred by the Trust except for shareholder servicing fees, acquired fund fees and
expenses, interest, taxes, brokerage and other expenses incurred in placing orders for the purchase and sale of securities and other investment instruments, extraordinary or non-routine expenses, and distribution fees and expenses paid by the Trust
under any distribution plan adopted pursuant to Rule 12b-1 under the 1940 Act.
6. Representations, Warranties and Covenants. Each party represents and
warrants to the other party that this Agreement has been duly authorized and executed by such party and, assuming due authorization and execution by the other party, constitutes such party’s legal, valid and binding obligation, enforceable
against such party in accordance with its terms. The Adviser further represents and warrants to, and covenants with, the Trust as follows:
(a) Properly Registered. The Adviser is registered as an investment adviser under the Advisers Act, is subject to
no statutory disqualification from such registration, and will remain so registered and will avoid such disqualification for the duration of this Agreement. The Adviser is not prohibited by the Advisers Act or the 1940 Act from performing the
services contemplated by this Agreement, and to the best knowledge of the Adviser, there is no proceeding or investigation that is reasonably likely to result in the Adviser being prohibited from performing the services contemplated by this
Agreement. The Adviser agrees to promptly notify the Trust of the occurrence of any event that would disqualify the Adviser from serving as an investment adviser to an investment company. The Adviser is in compliance in all material
respects with all applicable federal and state law in connection with its investment management operations.
Disclosure. The Adviser has provided the Trust with a copy of its Part I of Form ADV as most recently filed with the Commission and its current Part II of Form ADV. The Adviser will provide the Trust with a current Form ADV at least once
per year. The information contained in the Adviser’s Form ADV as amended from time to time is and will remain accurate and complete in all material respects and does not and will not omit to state any material fact necessary in order to
make the statements made, in light of the circumstances under which they were made, not misleading.
(c) Fund Disclosure
Documents. The Adviser has reviewed and will in the future review, the Registration Statement, and any amendments or supplements thereto, the annual or semi-annual reports to shareholders, and other reports filed with the Commission
(collectively the “Disclosure Documents”) and represents and warrants that, with respect to disclosure about the Adviser, the manner in which the Adviser manages the Fund or information relating directly or indirectly to the Adviser, such
Disclosure Documents contain or will contain, as of the date thereof, no untrue statement of any material fact and does not or will not omit, as of the date thereof, any statement of material fact required to be stated therein or necessary to make
the statements contained therein not misleading.
(d) Use Of The Name “Schwab”. The Adviser has and
shall have the right to use the name “Schwab” in connection with its services to the Trust and, subject to the terms set forth in section 7 of this Agreement, the Trust has and shall have the right to use the name “Schwab” in
connection with the management and operation of the Funds. The Adviser is not aware of any threatened or existing actions, claims, litigation or proceedings that would adversely effect or prejudice the rights of the Adviser or the Trust to use
the name “Schwab”.
(e) Insurance. The Adviser maintains errors and omissions insurance
coverage in an appropriate amount and shall provide prior written notice to the Trust (i) of any material changes in its insurance policies or insurance coverage or (ii) if any material claims will be made on its insurance
policies. Furthermore, the Adviser shall upon reasonable request provide the Trust with any information it may reasonably require concerning the amount of or scope of such insurance.
(f) No Detrimental Agreement. The Adviser represents and warrants that it has no arrangement or understanding with any
person, other than the Trust, that would influence the decision of the Adviser with respect to its selection of securities for a Fund, and that all selections shall be done in accordance with what is in the best interest of the Fund.
(g) Conflicts. The Adviser shall act honestly, in good faith and in the best interests of the Trust including
requiring any of its personnel with knowledge of Fund activities to place the interest of the Fund first, ahead of their own interests, in all personal trading scenarios that may involve a conflict of interest with the Funds, consistent with
fiduciary duties under applicable law.
(h) Bring-Down. The representations and warranties in this section 6 shall
be deemed to be made not only on the date that this Agreement is executed, but also at the time of delivery of the quarterly compliance report required by section 3(a), whether or not specifically referenced in such report.
7. The Name “Schwab”. The Adviser grants to the Trust a sublicense to use the name “Schwab” (the
“Name”) as part of the name of any Fund. The foregoing authorization by the Adviser to the Trust to use the Name as part of the name of any Fund is not exclusive of the right of the Adviser itself to use, or to authorize others to
use, the Name; the Trust acknowledges and agrees that, as between the Trust and the Adviser, the Adviser has the right to use, or authorize others to use, the Name. The Trust shall (1) only use the Name in a manner consistent with uses approved
by the Adviser, (2) use its best efforts to maintain the quality of the services offered using the Name and (3) adhere to such other specific quality control standards as the Adviser may from time to time promulgate. At the request of the
Adviser, the Trust will: (a) submit to Adviser representative samples of any promotional materials using the Name; and (b) change the name of any Fund within three months of its receipt of the Adviser’s request, or such other shorter
time period as may be required under the terms of a settlement agreement or court order, so as to eliminate all reference to the Name and will not thereafter transact any business using the Name in the name of any Fund.
8. Adviser’s Compensation. The Funds shall pay to the Adviser, as
compensation for the Adviser’s services hereunder, a fee, determined as described in Schedule A that is attached hereto and made a part hereof. Such fee shall be computed daily and paid not less than monthly in arrears by the
Funds. The method for determining net assets of a Fund for purposes hereof shall be the same as the method for determining net assets for purposes of establishing the offering and redemption prices of Fund shares as described in the Fund’s
prospectus. In the event of termination of this Agreement, the fee provided in this section shall be computed on the basis of the period ending on the last business day on which this Agreement is in effect subject to a pro rata adjustment based
on the number of calendar days elapsed in the current month as a percentage of the total number of calendar days in such month.
Independent Contractor. In the performance of its duties hereunder, the Adviser is and shall be an independent contractor and, unless otherwise expressly provided herein or otherwise authorized in writing, shall have no authority to act
for or represent the Trust or any Fund in any way or otherwise be deemed to be an agent of the Trust or any Fund. If any occasion should arise in which the Adviser gives any advice to its clients concerning the shares of a Fund, the Adviser
will act solely as investment counsel for such clients and not in any way on behalf of the Fund.
Assignment. This Agreement shall automatically terminate, without payment of penalty in the event of its assignment (as defined in section 2(a)(4) of the 1940 Act); provided that termination shall not relieve the Adviser of any liability
11. Entire Agreement and Amendments.
(a) This Agreement represents the entire agreement among the parties with regard to the investment management matters described
herein and may not be added to or changed orally and may not be modified or rescinded except by a writing signed by the parties hereto except as otherwise noted herein and in accordance with the 1940 Act, as applicable.
(b) Any amendment to this Agreement shall become effective with respect to a Fund upon the approval of the Adviser, the Board
of the Trust, including a majority of Trustees of the Trust who are not “interested person” of the Trust or the Adviser (as defined in the 1940 Act), cast in person at a meeting called for the purpose of voting such approval and, if
required under the 1940 Act, a majority of the outstanding voting securities (as defined in the 1940 Act) of the Fund.
Any approval, amendment, or termination of this Agreement with respect to a Fund will not require the approval of any other Fund or the approval of a majority of the outstanding voting securities of the Trust, unless such approval is required by
12. Duration and Termination.
(a) Termination of this Agreement pursuant to this section shall be without payment of any penalty. In the event of
termination of this Agreement for any reason, the Adviser shall, immediately upon notice of termination or on such later date as may be specified in such notice, cease all activity on behalf of the Fund and with respect to any of its assets, except
as otherwise required by any fiduciary duties of the Adviser under applicable law. In addition, the Adviser shall deliver the Fund Books and Records to the Trust by such means and in accordance with such schedule as the Trust shall direct and
shall otherwise cooperate, as reasonably directed by the Trust, in the transition of portfolio asset management to any successor of the Adviser.
(b) This Agreement shall become effective as of the date executed and shall remain in full force and effect continually
thereafter, subject to renewal as provided in subparagraph (e), unless terminated automatically as set forth in Section 10 hereof or until terminated as provided in subparagraph (c) (d) or (e).
(c) The Trust may cause this Agreement to terminate either by vote of its Board or, with respect to any Fund, upon the
affirmative vote of a majority of the outstanding voting securities of the Fund.
(d) The Adviser may at any time terminate
this Agreement by not more than sixty (60) days’ nor less than thirty (30) days’ written notice delivered or mailed by registered mail, postage prepaid, to the Trust.
(e) This Agreement shall automatically terminate two years from the date of its execution unless its renewal is specifically
approved at least annually thereafter by (i) a majority vote of the Trustees, including a majority vote of such Trustees who are not interested persons of the Trust or the Adviser, at a meeting called for the purpose of voting on such approval;
or (ii) the affirmative vote of a majority of the outstanding voting securities of each Fund; provided, however, that if the continuance of this Agreement is submitted to the shareholders of the Funds for their approval and such shareholders fail to
approve such continuance of this Agreement as provided herein, then the Adviser may continue to serve hereunder as to the Funds in a manner consistent with the 1940 Act and the rules and regulations thereunder.
13. Certain Definitions. For the purposes of this Agreement:
(a) The expression “affirmative vote of a majority of the outstanding voting securities” shall have the meaning set
forth in the 1940 Act, subject, however, to such exemptions as may be granted by the Commission under the 1940 Act or any interpretations of the Commission staff.
(b) The terms “interested persons” and “assignment” shall have their respective meanings set forth in the
1940 Act, subject, however, to such exemptions as may be granted by the Commission under the 1940 Act or any interpretations of the Commission staff.
14. Liability of the Adviser. The Adviser shall indemnify and hold harmless
the Trust, the Funds and all affiliated persons thereof (within the meaning of section 2(a)(3) of the 0000 Xxx) and all controlling persons thereof (as described in section 15 of the 0000 Xxx) against any and all losses, claims, damages and
liabilities (including reasonable legal and other expenses) incurred in any action, suit, proceeding or investigation as and when incurred by any of them by reason of or arising out of willful misconduct, bad faith or gross negligence, or by reason
of or arising out of any violation of law, by the Adviser in the performance of its duties hereunder. The Adviser will not be liable to the Trust or to any Fund, or to any affiliated person or controlling person of any of them, for any loss,
claim, damage or liability incurred by any of them in any action, suit, proceeding or investigation, or otherwise, by reason of or arising out of any investment decision, recommendation or other action taken or omitted by the Adviser under this
Agreement lawfully, in good faith and in the absence of gross negligence.
15. Enforceability. Any term or provision of
this Agreement which is invalid or unenforceable in any jurisdiction shall, as to such jurisdiction, be ineffective to the extent of such invalidity or unenforceability without rendering invalid or unenforceable the remaining terms or provisions of
this Agreement or affecting the validity or enforceability of any of the terms or provisions of this Agreement in any other jurisdiction.
16. Limitation of Liability. The parties to this Agreement acknowledge and agree that all litigation arising hereunder,
whether direct or indirect, and of any and every nature whatsoever, shall be satisfied solely out of the assets of the affected Fund and that no Trustee, officer or employee or holder of shares of beneficial interest of the Fund or the Trust shall
be personally liable for any of the foregoing liabilities. The Trust’s Certificate of Trust, as amended from time to time, is on file in the Office of the Secretary of State of the State of Delaware. Such Certificate of Trust and the
Trust’s Agreement and Declaration of Trust describe in detail the respective responsibilities and limitations on liability of such Trustees, officers, employees and holders of shares of beneficial interest.
17. Jurisdiction. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the substantive laws of the State of
California and the Adviser consents to the jurisdiction of courts, both state or federal, in California, with respect to any dispute under this Agreement.
18. Paragraph Headings. The headings of paragraphs contained in this Agreement are provided for convenience only, form no
part of this Agreement and shall not affect its construction.
19. Services Not Exclusive. The services of the Adviser to
the Trust hereunder are not to be deemed exclusive, and the Adviser shall be free to render similar services to others so long as its services hereunder are not impaired thereby.
20. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed simultaneously in two or more counterparts, each of which shall be deemed
an original, but all of which together shall constitute one and the same instrument.
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this instrument to be signed on their behalf
by their duly authorized officers as of the date first above written.
SCHWAB CAPITAL TRUST,
on behalf of
each Fund listed on Schedule A
/s/ Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx
||Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx|
||SVP & COO|
|XXXXXXX XXXXXX INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT, INC.|
/s/ Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx
||President and Chief Executive Officer|
dated as of
, 2016 between
SCHWAB CAPITAL TRUST
INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT, INC.
The Trust will pay to the Adviser as compensation for the Adviser’s services rendered, a fee, computed daily, at an
annual rate, based on the average daily net assets of the respective Fund, in accordance the following fee schedule:
Schwab Target 2010 Index Fund
Schwab Target 2015 Index Fund
Xxxxxx Target 2020 Index Fund
Schwab Target 2025 Index Fund
Schwab Target 2030 Index Fund
Schwab Target 2035 Index Fund
Schwab Target 2040 Index Fund
Schwab Target 2045 Index Fund
Schwab Target 2050 Index Fund
Schwab Target 2055 Index Fund
Schwab Target 2060 Index Fund
||The Adviser will pay the operating expenses of the Fund, excluding shareholder servicing fees, acquired fund fees and expenses, interest expense, taxes, any brokerage expenses, and extraordinary or non-routine