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Conflict of Interest Policy for State Street Trust & Banking Co., Ltd.

State Street Trust and Banking Co., Ltd, in consideration of our social responsibility as at trust bank, has adopted group values that require us to conduct our business with integrity to meet our customers’ expectations and social mandate, which all directors and employees always keep in mind as a standard of conduct.

We have established this Conflict of Interest Management Basic Policy in order to properly conduct our business without unjustly impairing the interests of our customers due to any behavior that constitutes a conflict of interest.

Compliance with Laws and Regulations

We will comply with laws and regulations, government guidelines, and our internal rules, etc, (hereinafter “Laws and Regulations“) regarding conflicts of interest.

Conflict of Interest Management

We will try to prevent our customers’ interests from being unjustly impaired by identifying any transactions that constitute a conflict of interest which may unjustly impair our customers’ interests in our daily operation, and will properly manage conflicts of interest by taking necessary actions to strengthen our customers’ trust.

Maintenance of Internal Rules

We will endeavor to prevent conflicts of interest by maintaining a Rule on Conflict of Interest Management and other internal rules pursuant to applicable laws and regulations regarding conflicts of interest, and by continuously providing training and guidance.

In addition, we will establish the Conflict of Interest Management Control Division and appoint a Chief of Conflict of Interest Management Control in order to control conflicts of interest in a consolidated manner by maintaining the internal system and promoting increased awareness of directors and employees, and collecting information concerning conflicts of interest and confirming and analyzing the status thereof.

Implementation of Internal Audit

We will conduct internal audits of our corporate system for managing conflicts of interest and regularly verify its appropriateness and effectiveness.

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in terms of conflicts of interest, please kindly contact a person in charge or call (03) 4530-7200 (representative).

Conflict of Interest Policy for State Street Global Advisors
(Japan) Co., Ltd

1. Purpose

In connection with the diversification of services provided by financial institutions and the development of global financial conglomeratization, multiple interests compete or conflict with each other within a financial institution or financial group and the possibility of conflicts of interests is increasing.

Under such circumstances, SSgA (Japan) (the “Company”) is required to manage the transactions that may cause conflicts of interests so as to prevent the interests of our customers from being unjustly impaired.

As a Type I Financial Instruments Business Operator engaging in Securities-Related Business under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, the Company hereby establishes the Conflict of Interest Management Policy (the “Policy”), which is required in the creation of the conflict of interest management system under applicable laws and regulations.

2. Types of Transactions That May Cause Conflicts of Interests

(1) Covered Transactions

“Transactions that may cause conflicts of interests," which are covered by this Policy, mean such transactions conducted by the Company or any of its Parent Financial Institutions, Etc. (as defined in 3 below) that may unjustly impair the interests of our Customers (the “Covered Transactions”).

Conflicts of interests may occur (i) between the Company and/or any of its Parent Financial Institutions, Etc., and their Customers, or (ii) between the Customers of the Company and/or any of its Parent Financial Institutions, Etc., and other Customers.

“Customer” means, in relation to the “Financial Instruments-Related Business” conducted by the Company, (i) any customer who has already established business relations, or (ii) any customer who may establish business relations.

“Financial Instruments-Related Business” means any financial instruments business conducted by the Company, and any business incidental to financial instruments business as provided for in Paragraph 1 of Article 35 of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act.

(2) Types of Transactions That May Cause Conflicts of Interests

The types of “transactions that may cause conflicts of interests” are as follows:

If any Customer reasonably expects that his/her own interests will be prioritized through counselling or advice (Duty-of-Loyalty Type);

If the Company or any of its Affiliates may obtain any economic profit or avoid any economic loss at the expense of any Customer (Duty-of-Loyalty Type);

If the Company or any of its Affiliates obtains or will obtain any incentive in the form of money, goods or services other than the usual commission fees or expenses in connection with the transactions with any person other than their Customers (Duty-of-Loyalty Type);

If the Company or any of its Affiliates conducts any transaction with any Customer who should be protected by the Company or such Affiliate (Self-Agency Type);

If the Company or any of its Affiliates conducts any transaction under which the Company or such Affiliate takes the side of the counterparty of any Customer who should be protected by the Company or such Affiliate (Two-Side Agency Type);

If the Company or any of its Affiliates conducts any transaction with the counterparty of any Customer who should be protected by the Company or such Affiliate, which counterparty competes with such Customer (Competitive Transaction Type);

If the Company or any of its Affiliates conducts any transaction through the use of non-public information on any Customer who should be protected by the Company or such Affiliate, which transaction results in any benefit to the Company or such Affiliate (Information Use Type); or

If the conditions for similar transactions may not be expected due to the involvement of the Company or any of its Affiliates in the same transaction on multiple sides (Transaction-Internalization Type).

This Policy will not cover any actions other than those that constitute “transactions that may cause conflicts of interests,” notwithstanding that such acts are prohibited by the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, or any other laws or regulations.

(3) Transactions That May Cause Conflicts of Interests

“Transactions that may cause conflicts of interests” are transactions set out in Exhibit 1. Please note that some additions, modifications or deletions may be made in the future as necessary.

3. Scope of the Companies Covered by Conflict of Interest Management

As stated in 2(1) above, the Covered Transactions are transactions conducted by the Company or any of its Parent Financial Institutions, Etc. (the Parent Financial Institutions, Etc. of the Company are referred to as the “Affiliates”).

The companies listed on Exhibit 2 are the “Parent Financial Institutions, Etc.” of the Company.

4. Method of Managing Transactions That May Cause Conflicts of Interests

If the Company identifies any transaction that may cause a conflict of interests, the Company will properly secure the protection of the relevant Customers by selecting from any of, or combining, the following methods and any other methods:

(i) The method of separating the division conducting the Covered Transaction and the division conducting the transaction with such Customer, and blocking information;

(ii) The method of amending the conditions or method of the Covered Transaction or the transaction with such Customer;

(iii) The method of discontinuing the Covered Transaction or the transaction with such Customer;

(iv) The method of properly disclosing before the Covered Transaction and reporting after the Covered Transaction to the Customer the possibility that the interests of such Customer may be unjustly impaired as a result of such Covered Transaction (only if such disclosure and reporting do not violate the duty of confidentiality assumed by the Company or any of its Parent Financial Institutions, Etc.); and/or

(v) The method of managing transactions that may cause conflicts of interests by applying internal rules and other regulations.

For major management methods in relation to “transactions that may cause conflicts of interests,” see Exhibit 1.

5. Conflict of Interest Management System

The Compliance and Risk Management Department of the Company will be the Conflict of Interest Management Control Division, and the Manager of the Compliance and Risk Management Department shall serve as the chief of such division.

It is guaranteed that the Conflict of Interest Management Control Division will be independent from the Sales Division. The Conflict of Interest Management Control Division will never receive any direction or order regarding the treatment of specific cases from the Sales Division.

The Conflict of Interest Management Control Division will control the Company-wide management system regarding the identification of transactions that may cause conflicts of interests and the management of conflicts of interests.

Conflict of Interest Policy for State Street Global Markets (Japan)

1. Purpose

The regulation prohibiting managers and employees from concurrently serving a securities firm and its parent bank, etc. was removed by the revised Financial Instruments and Exchange Act. Simultaneously, the regulation prohibiting the exchange of non-public information on customers was relaxed. There is consequently a possibility that customer information is exchanged among group companies more than ever before. Given these circumstances, we hereby establish this conflict of interest management policy in view of the protection of customers' interests, which policy is necessary in connection with the management of non-public information of our customers obtained by our managers and employees in relation to their business, customer management, trade management, and duties of our managers and employees, thereby establishing the conflict of interest management system, securing the effectiveness of the prevention of negative effects from conflicts of interests and abuse of dominant positions by banks, etc., and ensuring our appropriate business activities.

2. Types of Transactions That May Cause Conflicts of Interests

1) Covered Transactions

“Transactions that may cause conflicts of interests,” which are covered by this Policy, means such transactions conducted by the Company or any of its Parent Banks, Etc. or Affiliated Companies, Etc. (as defined in 3 below) that may unjustly impair the interests of our Customers (the “Covered Transactions”).

Conflicts of interests may occur (i) between the Company, any of the Parent Banks, Etc., or any of the Affiliated Companies, Etc. of the Company, and their Customers, or (ii) between the Customers of the Company, or any of its Parent Banks, Etc. or Affiliated Companies, Etc. and other Customers.

“Customer” means, in relation to the Financial Instruments-Related Business conducted by the Company or any of its Parent Banks, Etc., (i) any customer who has already established business relations, (ii) any customer who may open an account and establish business relations, or (iii) any customer who had transactions in the past and has still had legal authority.

“Financial Instruments-Related Business” means any financial instruments business conducted by the Company, any business incidental to financial instruments business as provided for in Article 35 of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and other permitted businesses.

(2) Judgment Criteria

In principle, whether a trade falls under a “transaction that may cause conflicts of interests” may be judged as follows:

If any Customer reasonably expects that his/her own interests will be prioritized through counselling or advice;

If the Company or any of its Affiliates may obtain any economic profit or avoid any economic loss at the expense of any Customer;

If, as a result of a transaction with any Customer, the Company or any of its Affiliates gains profits which can be clearly distinguished from the Customer's profits;

If the Company or any of its Affiliates has any economic or other incentive to prioritize the interests of other Customers over those of their Customers;

If the Company or any of its Affiliates is engaged in the same business as any Customer; or

If the Company or any of its Affiliates obtains or will obtain any incentive in the form of money, goods or services other than the usual commission fees or expenses in connection with the transactions with any person other than their Customers.

In addition, upon determining whether any conflict of interests has occurred, the Company will consider whether the reputation of the Company and State Street Group has been affected.

This Policy will not cover any actions prohibited by the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and any other laws and regulations.

(3) Specific Examples

Current examples of our "transactions that may cause conflicts of interests" are, but not limited to:

As for the information on potential transaction with a Customer in relation to securities, if any of our managers or employees trades such securities in their own name or in the name of any of their related persons, or if any of our managers or employees provides such information to other Customers for their convenience (a type in which certain profits will be gained by using customer information);

If the Company or any of its group companies have something to do with securities transactions, etc. ordered by any Customer (a type in which certain profits will be gained by using customer information); and

If any officer or employee of the Company receives any gift or entertainment (including any non-monetary benefits) that may prejudice the interests of any Customer (a transaction type before leading to a transaction that may cause a conflict of interests).

3. Scope of the Companies Covered by Conflict of Interest Management

As stated in 2 (1) above, Covered Transactions are transactions conducted by the Company or any of its Parent Banks, Etc. or Affiliated Companies, Etc. The Parent Banks, Etc. and Affiliated Companies, Etc. of the Company are listed on the Exhibit.

As of May 28, 2009, the companies listed on Exhibit 2 are the “Parent Financial Institutions, Etc.” of the Company.

4. Method of Managing Transactions That May Cause Conflicts of Interests

(1) Establishment of the Conflict of Interest Management Control Division

Compliance Department of the Company will be the Conflict of Interest Management Control Division, and we will appoint a person controlling conflict of interest management. The person controlling conflict of interest management will not receive any direction regarding conflict of interest management from the persons in charge of other Divisions.

The person controlling conflict of interest management will control the Company-wide management system regarding the identification of transactions that may cause conflicts of interests and the management of conflicts of interests.

(2) Responsibility of the Person Controlling Conflict of Interest Management

The person controlling conflict of interest management will properly identify transactions that may cause conflicts of interests and manage conflicts of interests in accordance with this Policy. In addition, the person controlling conflict of interest management will verify and improve their effectiveness regularly and appropriately.

The person controlling conflict of interest management will collect information necessary to manage transactions that cause conflicts of interests, including transactions of the Parent Banks, Etc. and Affiliated Companies, Etc. of the Company.

The person controlling conflict of interest management will record the measures taken to identify and manage transactions that may cause conflicts of interests, and retain such record for five years from the date of preparation.

The person controlling conflict of interest management will provide regular training to the managers and employees of the Company regarding this Policy and the process of the business operations based on this Policy, and keep them well informed of the management of transactions that may cause conflicts of interests.

(3) Verification Through Monitoring Testing Programs

The Company will regularly verify our conflict of interest management system, such as personnel structure and business operations, through monitoring testing programs.

Exhibit

Patent Banks, Etc.
and Affiliated Companies, Etc. of the Company

TRADE NAME or NAME

State Street Corporation

Advanced Auction, LLC

Asian Direct Capital Management

Buy All Accounts

European Fund (Services) Limited

International Financial Data Services GP, Incorporated

Managed Pension Fund

SSB Investments, Incorporated

SSB Realty, LLC

SSgA Funds Management, Incorporated

State Street Bank & Trust Company

State Street Boston Corporation

State Street Boston Securities Services Corporation

State Street Capital Pty Limited

State Street Corporation International Management Group (IMG), LLC

State Street Florida, Incorporated

State Street Global Advisors Asia Limited

State Street Global Advisors Singapore Limited

State Street Global Advisors Australia, Limited

State Street Global Advisors, Cayman

State Street Global Advisors, Incorporated

State Street Global Markets Canada Incorporated

State Street Global Markets, LLC

State Street Investment Manager Solutions Europe Limited

State Street Investment Manager Solutions, LLC

State Street Netherlands B.V.

State Street Southern Africa (Pty) Limited

Tradewind Warehouse Finance Corporation

State Street Global Advisors Australia Services, Limited

State Street Global Advisors Hedge Fund Strategies, LLC

State Street Global Advisors Private Funds, LLC

State Street Global Investments SGRp.A.

State Street Trust & Banking Co., Ltd.

State Street Global Advisors (Japan) Co., Ltd.

State Street K.K.

International Fund Services (Ireland) Limited

International Fund Services (U.K.) Limited

Offshore Financial Services, Limited

State Street Asia Limited

State Street Australia Limited

State Street Bank Europe, Limited

State Street Bank GmbH

State Street Bank, S.A.

State Street Cayman Trust Company, Limited

State Street Curacao Trust Company, N.V.

State Street Custodial Services (Ireland) Limited

State Street Custodial Services Jersey Limited

State Street Fund Admin Services Ireland Limited

State Street Fund Services (Ireland) Limited

State Street Fund Services (Jersey)

State Street Fund Services Toronto, Incorporated

State Street Global Advisors A.G.

State Street Global Advisors France S.A.

State Street Global Advisors GmbH

State Street Global Advisors Ireland Limited

State Street Global Advisors, Limited

State Street Global Advisors United Kingdom, Limited

State Street Global International Limited

State Street Holdings (Jersey) Limited

State Street Holdings Ireland

State Street International (Ireland) Limited

State Street London Limited

State Street Management S.A.

State Street New Zealand Limited

State Street Nominees Limited

State Street Services Limited

State Street Technology (Zhejiang) Company Limited

State Street Trade Services Limited

State Street Trust (Hong Kong) Limited

State Street Trust Company, Canada

State Street Trustees (Gandhi) Limited

State Street Trustees Limited

State Street Unit Trust Management Limited

State Street V.

Stralo Limited

State Street Bank Luxemburg, S.A.

Conflict of Interest Policy for State Street Bank and Trust Company, Tokyo Branch

1. Purpose

As the services provided by financial institutions become increasingly more diverse, and the development of global financial conglomerization continues to take place, the possibility increases for multiple interests competing or conflicting with each other within financial institutions or financial groups, thereby raising concerns over potential conflicts of interest.

Under these conditions, State Street Bank and Trust Company, Tokyo Branch (State Street Bank and Trust Company shall be referred to as “Bank” and State Street Bank and Trust Company, Tokyo Branch shall be referred to as “Branch” hereinafter) must manage transactions that involve possible conflicts of interest to ensure that the interests of its customers are not unduly harmed.

In keeping with its status as a branch of a foreign bank under the Banking Act, the Branch has formulated the Conflicts of Interest Management Principles (hereinafter referred to as “Principles”) as part of its mandate under the aforesaid law to develop and maintain a system for the management of conflicts of interest.

2. Patterns of Transactions Involving Possible Conflicts of Interest, and the Process of Identifying Such Transactions

(1) Covered Transactions

“Tr“Transactions Involving Possible Conflicts of Interests,” which are covered under the Principles, refer to transactions entered into by the Branch, the Bank (excluding the Branch), any Parent Financial Institution, Etc. (as defined in Numbered Item 3 below) or Subsidiary Financial Institution, Etc. (as defined in Numbered Item 3 below) of the Bank that may unduly harm the interests of customers (such transactions shall be hereinafter referred to as “Covered Transactions”).

Conflicts of interest may occur (1) between (i) the Branch, the Bank (excluding the Branch), or any Parent Financial Institution, Etc. or any Subsidiary Financial Institution, Etc. of the Bank and (ii) their customers; (2) between (i) customers of the Branch, the Bank (excluding the Branch), banking agents who are principally affiliated with the Branch, any Parent Financial Institution, Etc. or Subsidiary Financial Institution, Etc. of the Bank and (ii) other customers.

“Customer” means, in relation to the “Banking-Related Operations” (as defined below) carried out by the Branch, the Bank (excluding the Branch), banking agents who are principally affiliated with the Branch, or any Subsidiary Financial Institution, Etc. of the Bank, (1) a customer who has an existing business relationship, or (2) a customer who may possibly establish a business relationship, provided, however, that Customers of any Subsidiary Financial Institution, Etc. that are considered to have no connection to domestic operations (operations that are carried out by the Branch or any Branch Affiliate (as defined below) within Japan) shall be excluded.

“Banking-Related Business” means “businesses which can be conducted by banks,” and includes core business (deposit, loan and exchange transactions) (Paragraph 1 of Article 10 of the Banking Act), ancillary business (Paragraph 2 of Article 10), financial instruments and exchange business (Article 11) and other statutory business (Article 12).

(2) Patterns of Transactions Involving Possible Conflicts of Interest, and Judging Criteria

The following describes the patterns of Transactions Involving Possible Conflicts of Interest that one may encounter. However, it must be kept in mind that these patterns only serve as the judgment criteria for Transactions Involving Possible Conflicts of Interest, and, therefore, transactions should not necessarily be considered “Transactions Involving Possible Conflicts of Interest” because they fit such criteria. Also note that these patterns may be expanded or modified as necessary in the future.

If any Customer reasonably expects that his/her own interests will be prioritized through counselling or advice (Duty-of-Loyalty Type);

If the Branch or any of its Affiliates may obtain any economic profit or avoid any economic loss at the expense of any Customer (Duty-of-Loyalty Type);

If the Branch or any of its Affiliates obtains or will obtain any incentive in the form of money, goods or services other than the usual commission fees or expenses in connection with the transactions with any person other than their Customers (Duty-of-Loyalty Type);

If the Branch or any of its Affiliates conducts any transaction with any Customer who should be protected by the Branch or such Affiliate (Self-Agency Type);

If the Branch or any of its Affiliates conducts any transaction under which the Company or such Affiliate takes the side of the counterparty of any Customer who should be protected by the Branch or such Affiliate (Two-Side Agency Type);

If the Branch or any of its Affiliates conducts any transaction with the counterparty of any Customer who should be protected by the Branch or such Affiliate, which counterparty competes with such Customer (Competitive Transaction Type);

The Branch or any Branch Affiliate enters into a transaction whereby it obtains a profit through the use of undisclosed information of a Customer who should be protected by the Branch or such affiliate (information exploitation)

The Branch or any Branch Affiliate becomes involved in the same transaction by representing multiple sides, and as a result the transaction is not expected to have the same terms and conditions as the transaction under the normal circumstances (internalization of transactions).

Further, when determining whether or not there is any conflict of interest, the Branch will take into consideration all relevant factors, including the impact on the reputation of the Branch and its group companies. Note that any acts that are prohibited under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, and any other applicable laws and regulations are not covered under the Principles.

In addition, upon determining whether any conflict of interests has occurred, the Branch will comprehensively consider whether the reputation of the Branch and its group has been affected.

This Policy will not cover any actions prohibited by the Banking Act, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, or any other laws or regulations.

(3) Specific Examples

"Transactions Involving Conflicts of Interest" may be described as the specific examples shown below, as well as any transactions similar thereto:

A Customer is asked by the Branch or any Branch Affiliate to enter into a separate fee-based service agreement as a condition for setting up a new credit line or increasing the amount of an existing credit line for foreign exchange futures.

A financial institution offering a wide range of services internalizes a transaction (including the case where the Branch places orders with a securities firm, etc. within the same group).

An employee of the Branch of any Branch Affiliate receives gifts or entertainment (including those with no monetary value) that may possibly conflict with the interests of a Customer.

(Even though it is very unlikely that the following cases will actually occur within the Branch, or between the Branch and any of its subsidiaries, etc., they are nonetheless presented herein for the purpose of raising awareness regarding the management of conflicts of interest among employees.)

The Branch or any Branch Affiliate offers advice, etc. relating to the raising of funds to multiple customers who compete or are in conflict with each other.

The Branch or any Branch Affiliate offers advice, etc. relating to the raising of funds to a Customer, while making a principal investment in the Customer, purchasing an asset from the Customer, or engaging in similar transactions.

The Branch or any Branch Affiliate provides an investment research service to a Customer who receives advice relating to the raising of funds or credit, etc. from the Branch or such affiliate.

The Branch or any Branch Affiliate offers advice relating to corporate defense to a Customer, while providing financing to another Customer competing or in conflict with the said Customer who plans to take over the said Customer.

3. Scope of Companies Covered under the Conflict of Interest Principles

As stated in Numbered Item 1-(1) above, Covered Transactions refer to transactions that are entered into by the Branch, or any Parent Financial Institution, Etc., or Subsidiary Financial Institution, Etc. of the Bank (any banking agents who are principally affiliated with the Branch, any Parent Financial Institution, Etc., or Subsidiary Financial Institution, Etc. of the Bank shall be collectively referred to as “Branch Affiliates”).

“Parent Financial Institution, Etc.” means any party falling under either of the following: (1) the parent legal entity, etc. of the Branch or the Bank, (2) a subsidiary legal entity, etc. or affiliated legal entity, etc. of the parent legal entity, etc., or (3) a subsidiary corporation, etc. or affiliated corporation, etc. of any specific individual shareholder of the company, as is (a) a Financial Instruments Business Operator, (b) a bank, (c) an insurance company (including any foreign insurance company, etc.), (d) a securities finance company, etc., or (e) a person who engages in such financial business as banking business, financial instruments business or insurance business in any foreign country in accordance with any foreign law or regulation.

“Subsidiary Financial Institution, Etc.” means any party falling under either of the following: (1) a subsidiary legal entity, etc. of the Branch or the Bank, (2) an affiliated legal entity of the Branch, or the bank as is (a) a financial instruments business operator; (b) a bank, (c),a business operator who lends money or acts as an intermediary for the borrowing and lending of money or (d) a securities finance company; (e) a person or party who engages in financial instruments business, banking business or insurance business in a foreign country in accordance with the laws of that country.

As of May 13, 2009, the Parent Financial Institution, Etc or Subsidiary Financial Institution, Etc. of the Branch or the Bank that are listed in the Exhibit attached hereto fall under the category of the entities that we manage conflicts of interest.

4. Organizational Structure for Managing Transactions Involving Possible Conflicts of Interest

Compliance Department shall be the department in charge of managing transactions involving possible conflicts of interest, and the manager of Compliance Department shall be an accountable personnel. Such department in charge shall be responsible for identifying possible transactions that would have potential conflicts and maintaining all necessary management structures of the branch, and independence from sales department should be fully warranted. Compliance Department shall not be directed by sales with regard to the treatment on actual cases.

5. Methods for Managing Transactions Involving Possible Conflicts of Interest

When Transactions Involving Possible Conflicts have been identified, the Branch will use any, or a combination of the methods described below and other methods so as to protect the Customers that are impacted by these transactions in an appropriate manner (keep in mind that the methods described below are examples only, and therefore they may not actually be put into practice):

Separation of the department that handles the Covered Transaction concerned from the department that handles other transactions with the Customer concerned.

Modification of the terms or method of the Covered Transaction concerned or other transactions with the Customer concerned.

Discontinuation of the Covered Transaction concerned or other transactions with the Customer concerned.

Proper disclosure to the Customer concerned of the possibility that that his/her interests may be unduly harmed as a result of the Covered Transaction concerned (however, such disclosure shall be permitted only when there will be no breach of confidentiality on the part of the Bank, or any Parent Financial Institution, Etc. or Subsidiary Financial Institution, Etc. of the Bank).

Supplementary Provisions

The Principles shall be established on May 26, 2009, and shall come into force as of June 1, 2009.

(Exhibit 2)

List of the Parent Financial Institutions, Etc. of the Branch to which this Policy applies:

State Street Global Markets (Japan)

State Street Global Advisors (Japan) Co., Ltd.

State Street Trust and Banking Co., Ltd.