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  Fixed Income Performance Table

 
Annual Performance (since inception)
Core Fixed Income
Core Plus Fixed Income
Gross
Net
Bloomberg Barclays
Capital Aggregate
Gross
Net
Bloomberg Barclays
Capital Aggregate
2016
3.99%
3.65%
2.65%
2015
0.51%
0.17%
0.55%
2014
5.57%
5.24%
5.97%
2013
-0.49%
-0.80%
-2.02%
2012
8.37%
8.08%
4.21%
2011
6.95%
6.68%
7.84%
2010
8.14%
7.89%
6.54%
2009
11.46%
11.19%
5.93%
2008
(0.13%)
(0.40%)
5.24%
2007
5.90%
5.64%
6.97%
2006
4.65%
4.37%
4.33%
2005
3.30%
3.03%
2.43%
2004
4.78%
4.54%
4.34%
2003
4.90%
4.66%
4.10%
2002
8.92%
8.66%
10.25%
2001
9.15%
8.90%
8.44%
2000
11.71%
11.42%
11.63%
1999
(0.15%)
(0.34%)
(0.83%)
1998
8.42%
8.22%
8.67%
1997
10.35%
9.86%
9.68%
1996
5.46%
5.04%
3.61%
1995
20.14%
19.59%
18.48%
1994
-2.34%
-2.74%
-2.92%
1993
14.00%
13.57%
9.75%
1992
10.28%
9.79%
7.40%
1991
21.30%
20.78%
16.00%
2016
5.23%
4.96%
2.65%
2015
0.25%
0.00%
0.55%
2014
4.36%
4.07%
5.97%
2013
0.47%
0.18%
-2.02%
2012
9.27%
8.90%
4.21%
2011
7.48%
7.11%
7.84%
2010
9.24%
8.89%
6.54%
2009
11.73%
11.37%
5.93%
2008
1.69%
1.35%
5.24%
2007
5.70%
5.32%
6.97%
2006
4.93%
4.56%
4.33%
2005
2.62%
2.07%
2.43%
2004
5.59%
4.73%
4.34%
2003
10.91%
9.73%
4.10%
2002
6.62%
5.76%
10.25%
2001
9.32%
8.65%
8.44%
2000
10.83%
10.31%
11.63%
1999
0.74%
0.24%
(0.83%)
1998
8.13%
7.69%
8.67%
1997
10.57%
10.25%
9.68%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Annual Performance (since inception)
Intermediate Fixed Income
High Yield Fixed Income
Gross
Net
Bloomberg Barclays
Int. Govt/Credit
Gross
Net
Merrill Lynch
High Yield Master II
2016
3.68%
3.38%
2.08%
2015
0.77%
0.53%
1.07%
2014
3.54%
3.32%
3.13%
2013
-0.07%
-0.27%
-0.86%
2012
6.87%
6.64%
3.89%
2011
5.84%
5.60%
5.80%
2010
6.30%
6.05%
5.89%
2009
8.77%
8.40%
5.24%
2008
2.44%
2.08%
5.08%
2007
6.17%
5.86%
7.39%
2006
4.50%
4.23%
4.08%
2005
2.38%
2.08%
1.58%
2004
3.85%
3.56%
3.04%
2003
5.05%
4.76%
4.31%
2002
8.33%
8.04%
9.84%
2001
7.73%
7.44%
8.96%
2000
9.95%
9.66%
10.10%
1999
1.69%
1.42%
0.39%
1998
7.31%
7.03%
8.42%
1997
8.03%
7.73%
7.87%
1996
4.81%
4.53%
4.06%
2016
12.79%
12.44%
17.49%
2015
-6.36%
-6.64%
-4.64%
2014
-0.06%
-0.36%
2.49%
2013
9.01%
8.69%
7.42%
2012
15.73%
15.38%
15.58%
2011
4.50%
3.99%
4.38%
2010
16.52%
15.93%
15.19%
2009
46.42%
45.69%
57.51%
2008
-21.81%
-22.26%
-26.39%
2007
4.53%
3.96%
2.19%
2006
10.83%
10.23%
11.77%
2005
1.98%
1.56%
2.74%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Annual Performance (since inception)
Corporate Core Plus Fixed Income
Gross
Net
Bloomberg Barclays
US Credit
2016
10.44%
10.05%
5.63%
2015
1.07%
0.71%
-0.78%
2014
6.74%
6.37%
7.53%
2013
2.40%
2.04%
-2.02%
2012
13.36%
12.98%
9.38%
2011
8.10%
7.73%
8.36%
2010*
7.98%*
7.82%
2.70%
 
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

*Represents non-annualized partial period performance beginning on July 1, 2010.

Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
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The OIM Core Fixed Income Composite was created July 1, 2005. All performance shown prior to the third quarter, 2005 is that of the Core Fixed Income composite that was managed by OIM's Fixed Income portfolio team at its prior firm during the period shown using the same investment strategy that the team currently uses in managing Core fixed income accounts at OIM. The performance shown prior to the third quarter 2005 was calculated on the basis of records obtained from such prior firm, which are deemed reliable by OIM. The information sets forth both the total return of the composite managed at OIM and the composite at the prior firm. Performance is expressed in U.S. dollars. Performance information shown for the composite is presented gross and net of actual investment management fees. Returns have been reduced by transaction costs and include the reinvestment of all income. For performance information prior to the third quarter 2005, the net returns reflect the deduction of actual fees charged at the prior firm. Past performance of the composite managed at the prior firm does not necessarily indicate how the OIM Core Fixed Income Composite will perform in the future. The performance information gives some indication of the risks of an investment in the OIM Core Fixed Income Composite, which are similar to the risks of an investment in the composite managed at the prior firm. The annual composite dispersion presented is an asset-weighted standard deviation calculated for the accounts in the composite the entire year. Additional information regarding the policies for calculating and reporting returns is available upon request. Please see OIM's Form ADV-Part 2A for a description of advisory fees and other detailed information.
The Core Fixed Income Composite consists of fully discretionary fixed income portfolios investing primarily in investment-grade corporate bonds, mortgage backed and other structured securities, U.S. government securities, taxable municipal bonds and non-investment grade bonds. The composite is measured against the Bloomberg Barclays Capital U.S. Aggregate Index.


The Bloomberg Barclays Capital U.S. Aggregate Index covers the USD-denominated, investment-grade, fixed-rate, taxable bond market of SEC-registered securities. The Index includes bonds from the Treasury, Government-Related, Corporate, MBS (agency fixed-rate and hybrid ARM pass throughs), ABS, and CMBS sectors. The U.S. Aggregate Index is a component of the U.S. Universal Index in its entirety. The index was created in 1986 with index history backfilled to January 1, 1976. All issues in the Aggregate Index are rated Baa3/BBB-/BBB- or higher (using the middle rating of Moody's, S&P, and Fitch, respectively) and have at least one year to maturity and have an outstanding par value of at least $250 million. An index is unmanaged and is not available for direct investment.


The OIM Core Plus Fixed Income Composite was created July 1, 2005. All performance shown prior to the third quarter, 2005 is that of the Core Plus Fixed Income composite that was managed by OIM's Fixed Income portfolio team at its prior firm during the period shown using the same investment strategy that the team currently uses in managing Core Plus fixed income accounts at OIM. The performance shown prior to the third quarter 2005 was calculated on the basis of records obtained from such prior firm, which are deemed reliable by OIM. The information sets forth both the total return of the composite managed at OIM and the composite at the prior firm. Performance is expressed in U.S. dollars. Performance information shown for the composite is presented gross and net of actual investment management fees. Returns have been reduced by transaction costs and include the reinvestment of all income. For performance information prior to the third quarter 2005, the net returns reflect the deduction of actual fees charged at the prior firm. Past performance of the composite managed at the prior firm does not necessarily indicate how the OIM Core Plus Fixed Income Composite will perform in the future. The performance information gives some indication of the risks of an investment in the OIM Core Plus Fixed Income Composite, which are similar to the risks of an investment in the composite managed at the prior firm. The annual composite dispersion presented is an asset-weighted standard deviation calculated for the accounts in the composite the entire year. Additional information regarding the policies for calculating and reporting returns is available upon request. Please see OIM's Form ADV-Part 2A for a description of advisory fees and other detailed information.

The Core Plus Fixed Income Composite consists of fully discretionary fixed income portfolios investing primarily in investment-grade corporate bonds, mortgage backed and other structured securities, U.S. government securities, taxable municipal bonds and non-investment grade bonds. The composite is measured against the Bloomberg Barclays Capital U.S. Aggregate Index.

The Bloomberg Barclays Capital U.S. Aggregate Index covers the USD-denominated, investment-grade, fixed-rate, taxable bond market of SEC-registered securities. The Index includes bonds from the Treasury, Government-Related, Corporate, MBS (agency fixed-rate and hybrid ARM pass throughs), ABS, and CMBS sectors. The U.S. Aggregate Index is a component of the U.S. Universal Index in its entirety. The index was created in 1986 with index history backfilled to January 1, 1976. All issues in the Aggregate Index are rated Baa3/BBB-/BBB- or higher (using the middle rating of Moody's, S&P, and Fitch, respectively) and have at least one year to maturity and have an outstanding par value of at least $250 million. An index is unmanaged and is not available for direct investment.


The OIM Intermediate Fixed Income Composite was created July 1, 2005. All performance shown prior to the third quarter, 2005 is that of the Intermediate Fixed Income composite that was managed by OIM's Fixed Income portfolio team at its prior firm during the period shown using the same investment strategy that the team currently uses in managing Intermediate fixed income accounts at OIM. The performance shown prior to the third quarter 2005 was calculated on the basis of records obtained from such prior firm, which are deemed reliable by OIM. The information sets forth both the total return of the composite managed at OIM and the composite at the prior firm. Performance is expressed in U.S. dollars. Performance information shown for the composite is presented gross and net of actual investment management fees. Returns have been reduced by transaction costs and include the reinvestment of all income. For performance information prior to the third quarter 2005, the net returns reflect the deduction of actual fees charged at the prior firm. Past performance of the composite managed at the prior firm does not necessarily indicate how the OIM Intermediate Fixed Income Composite will perform in the future. The performance information gives some indication of the risks of an investment in the OIM Intermediate Fixed Income Composite, which are similar to the risks of an investment in the composite managed at the prior firm.. The annual composite dispersion presented is an asset-weighted standard deviation calculated for the accounts in the composite the entire year. Additional information regarding the policies for calculating and reporting returns is available upon request. Please see OIM's Form ADV-Part 2A for a description of advisory fees and other detailed information.
The Intermediate Fixed Income Composite consists of fully discretionary fixed income portfolios investing primarily in investment-grade corporate bonds, mortgage backed and other structured securities, U.S. government securities, taxable municipal bonds. The composite is measured against the Bloomberg Barclays Capital Intermediate Government/Credit Index.


The Bloomberg Barclays Capital U.S. Government/Credit Intermediate Bond Index is a subgroup of the Bloomberg Barclays Government/Credit Bond Index that is based on maturity with at least 10 years. The U.S. Government/Credit Bond Index is the non-securitized component of the U.S. Aggregate Index. Specifically, the Government/Credit Index includes treasuries (i.e., public obligations of the US Treasury that have remaining maturities of more than 1 year), Government-Related issues (i.e. agency, sovereign, supranational, and local authority debt) and Corporates ( publicly issued US corporate and Yankee debentures and secured notes that meet specified maturity, liquidity, and quality requirements). All issues in the Government/Credit Index are rated Baa3/BBB-/BBB- or higher (using the middle rating of Moody's, S&P, and Fitch, respectively) and have at least one year to maturity and have an outstanding par value of at least $250 million. An index is unmanaged and is not available for direct investment.

The OIM High Yield Fixed Income Composite was created July 1, 2005. All performance shown prior to the third quarter, 2005 is that of the High Yield Fixed Income composite that was managed by OIM's Fixed Income portfolio team at its prior firm during the period shown using the same investment strategy that the team currently uses in managing High Yield fixed income accounts at OIM. The performance shown prior to the third quarter 2005 was calculated on the basis of records obtained from such prior firm, which are deemed reliable by OIM. The information sets forth both the total return of the composite managed at OIM and the composite at the prior firm. Performance is expressed in U.S. dollars. Performance information shown for the composite is presented gross and net of actual investment management fees. Returns have been reduced by transaction costs and include the reinvestment of all income. For performance information prior to the third quarter 2005, the net returns reflect the deduction of actual fees charged at the prior firm. Past performance of the composite managed at the prior firm does not necessarily indicate how the OIM High Yield Fixed Income Composite will perform in the future. The performance information gives some indication of the risks of an investment in the OIM High Yield Fixed Income Composite, which are similar to the risks of an investment in the composite managed at the prior firm. The annual composite dispersion presented is an asset-weighted standard deviation calculated for the accounts in the composite the entire year. Additional information regarding the policies for calculating and reporting returns is available upon request. Please see OIM's Form ADV-Part 2A for a description of advisory fees and other detailed information.

The High Yield Fixed Income Composite consists of fully discretionary fixed income portfolios investing primarily in corporate bonds and other distressed securities, U.S. government securities, taxable municipal bonds. The composite is measured against the BofA/Merrill Lynch High Yield Master II Index.

The BofA/ML High Yield Master Index is a capitalization-weighted index that provides a broad measure of the performance of the non-investment grade US domestic bond market. The index is limited to US domestic and Yankee markets. Bonds must have greater than 1 year remaining to final maturity, at least $100 million face outstanding, US dollar pay, have a fixed coupon schedule with a credit rating below investment grade not in default. An index is unmanaged and is not available for direct investment.

 

The OIM Corporate Core Plus Fixed Income Composite was created July 1, 2014. Performance information shown for the composite is presented gross and net of actual investment management fees. Returns have been reduced by transaction costs and include the reinvestment of all income. Past performance of the composite does not necessarily indicate how the OIM Corporate Core Plus Fixed Income Composite will perform in the future. The performance information gives some indication of the risks of an investment in the OIM Corporate Core Plus Fixed Income Composite. The annual composite dispersion presented is an asset-weighted standard deviation calculated for the accounts in the composite the entire year. Additional information regarding the policies for calculating and reporting returns is available upon request. Please see OIM's Form ADV-Part 2A for a description of advisory fees and other detailed information.
 

The OIM Corporate Core Plus Fixed Income Composite consists of fully discretionary fixed income portfolios investing primarily in investment-grade and non-investment grade corporate bonds.

The Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Credit Index measures the investment grade, US dollar-denominated, fixed-rate, taxable corporate and government-related bond markets. It is composed of the US Corporate Index and a non-corporate component that includes foreign agencies, sovereigns, supranationals and local authorities. The US Credit Index is a subset of the US Government/Credit Index and US Aggregate Index. An index is unmanaged and is not available for direct investment.








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