Income Fund

As of 12/31/2017

Additional Fund Information

Inception Date: 10/01/1999
Expense Ratio (Gross): 0.57%
Ticker Symbol: BIFIX
CUSIP: 093001683

Credit Quality

% of Fund
U.S. Treasury 2.7%
U.S. Agency 54.6%
Cash 0.8%
AAA 3.3%
AA 1.9%
A 28.7%
BBB 8.0%
Total 100.0%

Fund Statistics

Total Net Assets ($Million): $91
Number Of Holdings: 119
Trailing 1-Year Turnover: 37.0%
Cash: 0.8%
30 Day SEC Yield: 1.9%
7 Day SEC Yield (as of Dec 31 2017 ):

Top 10 Holdings

Company Name
% of Fund
Fannie Mae Pool, 4.00% due - 2/1/29 9.8%
Fannie Mae Pool, 5.50% due - 12/1/41 6.7%
Fannie Mae Pool, 6.00% due - 11/1/24 6.0%
Freddie Mac Gold Pool, 4.00% due - 11/1/25 3.5%
United States Treasury Inflation Indexed Bonds, 1.13% due - 1/15/21 2.7%
Fannie Mae Pool, 6.00% due - 1/1/42 2.7%
Fannie Mae Pool, 5.50% due - 11/1/33 2.1%
Freddie Mac Gold Pool, 5.50% due - 11/1/38 1.6%
Freddie Mac Gold Pool, 5.00% due - 6/1/41 1.5%
Freddie Mac Gold Pool, 6.00% due - 10/1/39 1.4%
Total Top 10 38.0%

Sector Diversification

Sector Name
% of Fund
U.S. Agency Mortgage-Backed Pass Through 54.6%
Developed Markets Credit 33.2%
Emerging Markets 5.4%
Asset-Backed Securities 3.3%
U.S. Treasury 2.7%
Cash 0.8%
U.S. Agency Debentures 0.0%
Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities 0.0%
Total Percentage 100.0%

Information about the Fund’s holdings should not be considered investment advice. There is no guarantee that the Fund will continue to hold any one particular security or stay invested in any one particular sector. Holdings are subject to change at any time.

Top ten holdings are shown as % of total net assets. Investment type and credit quality diversification are shown as % of total investments which includes cash equivalents.

Cash represents cash and any short-term or overnight investments held by the Fund. It does not reflect the impact of any executed investment trades that have not reached their settlement date by quarter end.

The credit quality of securities in the Fund’s portfolio is derived from Fitch Ratings, Moody’s Investors Service, Inc. and Standard & Poor’s, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. In cases where the credit rating agencies have assigned different credit ratings to the same security, the higher rating is used. In cases where only one rating agency has assigned a credit rating to a security, that rating is used. Credit quality designations range from high (AAA to AA) to medium (A to BBB) to low (BB, B, CCC, CC to C). The lower the rating, the higher the probability of default. Securities rated D are in default.

Credit is a sector categorization used by Bloomberg Barclays. The sector is comprised of SEC-registered, fixed-rate, investment-grade, U.S. dollar-denominated securities that meet the inclusion criteria of the U.S. Aggregate Index set forth by Bloomberg Barclays. The sector has two main components: Corporate and Non-Corporate. The corporate sectors are Industrial, Utility, and Finance, which include both U.S. and non-U.S. corporations. The non-corporate sectors are Sovereign, Supranational, Foreign Agency, and Foreign Local Government. All of the Fund’s holdings are corporate holdings. Over 75% of the Credit sector’s composition are corporate sector bonds.