U.S. Bank is a powerful online tool designed to help investors improve their cash management and diversify their risk exposure. Through U.S. Bank, investors have access to comprehensive analysis on a variety of leading money market funds to allow them to research potential investments. They can execute trades on-line and can manage their excess liquidity through a single custodian account. Consolidated investment decisions generate only a single wire.

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U.S. Bank allows investors to research and invest in a variety of money market mutual funds.

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U.S. Bank is providing this information at the request of our Clients. As custodian, U.S. Bank does not make investment decisions for these Clients. Past performance does not guarantee future results.

An investment in a money market mutual fund is neither insured nor guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) or any other governmental agency or U.S. Bank National Association, and is not a deposit or other obligation of U.S. Bank National Association. Although these funds seek to preserve the value of your investment at $1 per share, it is possible to lose money by investing in a money market mutual fund.

Rate and other fund data are provided directly by third party services and is believed to be reliable. U. S. Bank does not independently verify such data and cannot guarantee its accuracy.

U.S. Bank or an affiliate may receive shareholder service fees for services performed for mutual funds under Cash Solutions. A fund or fund's service provider pays these fees for shareholder services performed by U.S. Bank or an affiliate. Payment of compensation as consideration for performing fund services will not result in any increase in fees charged against the fund's assets or earnings above the fee and expense levels otherwise established and charged for the fund, as disclosed in the fund prospectus.