​Alger's John Carbone Discusses CITs on Nasdaq Trade Talks

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SEI Trust Company (“STC”) is a non-depository trust company chartered under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which provides trustee, custodial, operational and administrative services to various collective investment trusts. STC was formed in June 1989, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SEI Investments Company and is regulat​ed and examined by the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities. The Trustee shall offer interests in each trust only to parties who are eligible plans in a collective investment trust pursuant to applicable law, including, but not limited to, the applicable provisions of the Securities Act of 1933, the Investment Company Act of 1940 and the Pennsylvania Banking Code of 1965, as well as the terms of the offering documents for each specific trust.

The Alger Collective Trust (the “Trust”) is a trust for the collective investment of assets of participating tax qualified pension and profit sharing plans and related trusts, and governmental plans as more fully described in the Declaration of Trust. The Alger Capital Appreciation Series CIT and Alger Focus Equity Series CIT are managed by STC, the trustee, based on the investment advice of Fred Alger Management, LLC, the investment adviser to the Trust. As a bank collective trust, the CITs are exempt from registration as an investment company.

These views are not meant to provide investment advice and should not be considered a recommendation to purchase or sell securities.

Tax and ERISA matters are very complicated and the consequences to plans, plan sponsors, fiduciaries and participants will depend on the facts of a particular situation. We encourage retirement plan sponsors, fiduciaries and participants to consult their own advisors regarding these matters, including applicable federal, state, local and foreign laws and the effect of any possible changes in the law.

Risk Disclosures:​ Investing in the stock market involves risks, including the potential loss of principal. Growth stocks may be more volatile than other stocks as their prices tend to be higher in relation to their companies’ earnings and may be more sensitive to market, political, and economic developments. A significant portion of assets will be invested in technology companies, which may be significantly affected by competition, innovation, regulation, and product obsolescence, and may be more volatile than the securities of other companies. Investments in the Consumer Discretionary Sector may be affected by domestic and international economies, consumer’s disposable income, consumer preferences and social trends. Foreign securities involve special risks including currency fluctuations, inefficient trading, political and economic instability, and increased volatility. Assets may be focused in a small number of holdings, making them susceptible to risks associated with a single economic, political or regulatory event than a more diversified portfolio. Active trading may increase transaction costs, brokerage commissions, and taxes, which can lower the return on investment.

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