Regarding SSA securities, these investments are rolled up into CBIS-offered funds with other types of fixed income securities, and don't have the screening data available to deploy most Life Ethics-based screens. Therefore, screening activity in this area is limited. CBIS continues to re-assess how it applies Catholic screens to this category of securities and will have more to report once our securities rating program launches. We still assess all managers on screening criteria, process, methodology, and reporting, because they are typically mixing types of fixed income securities into the Fixed Income fund strategy. We have controls for managers on screening, but not incentives. Screens cannot be used as a long-term crutch regarding the financial performance of a fund and managers will not be retained if they do not perform well on both CRI criteria/screening and financial performance benchmarks. Quarterly reporting is required of all managers on screening adherence, but screening is done daily.