The Institutional Indices are a set of equally weighted indices that are rebalanced at the beginning of each year, where constituents are selected annually In January (using the previous September’s data as to account for late reporting funds) and added to the index on January 1st. The indices are reconstituted annually therefore the constituents are selected once and do not change throughout the calendar year. It is base weighted at 100 as of 31 December 2007, does not contain duplicate funds and is denominated in USD. The indices’ returns and values for the most recent three months shall remain provisional until all funds have reported their returns.
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