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09/13/2018 - Video

Considering Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Factors in an Actively Managed Mutual Fund: Kevin Walkush Presents at the 2018 Morningstar Investment Conference

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Current Morningstar Sustainability Rating: JENIX received a Morningstar Sustainability Rating™ of High out of 578 US Fund Large Growth funds as of 07/31/2018. Based on 95.53% of AUM.

The Morningstar Sustainability RatingTM is intended to measure how well the issuing companies of the securities within a fund’s portfolio holdings are managing their environmental, social, and governance, or ESG, risks and opportunities relative to the fund’s Morningstar Category peers.

The Morningstar Sustainability Rating calculation is a two-step process. First, each fund with at least 50% of assets covered by a company-level ESG score from Sustainalytics receives a Morningstar Portfolio Sustainability Score. The Morningstar Portfolio Sustainability Score is an asset-weighted average of normalized company-level ESG scores with deductions made for controversial incidents by the issuing companies, such as environmental accidents, fraud, or discriminatory behavior. The Portfolio Sustainability Score ranges between 0 to 100, with a higher score indicating that a fund has, on average, more of its assets invested in companies that score well after normalization and controversy-level deductions are applied.

The Morningstar Sustainability Rating is then assigned to all scored funds within Morningstar Categories in which at least ten (10) funds receive a Portfolio Sustainability Score and is determined by each fund’s rank within the following distribution:

    • High (highest 10%)
    • Above Average (next 22.5%)
    • Average (next 35%)
    • Below Average (next 22.5%)
    • Low (lowest 10%)

Please visit http://corporate1.morningstar.com/SustainableInvesting/ for more detailed information about the Morningstar Sustainability Rating methodology and calculation frequency.