Boston Trust Investment Management Inc. (BTIM Inc.), established in 2001, is a Registered Investment Adviser with the Securities and Exchange Commission. BTIM Inc. provides investment advisory services relating primarily to the purchase and sale of securities to registered investment companies. BTIM Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Boston Trust & Investment Management Company, an employee-owned, independent, Massachusetts chartered bank and trust company.
2017 Distribution Information
Record Date 12/11/17, Ex Date 12/12/17, and Payable Date 12/13/17.
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|Name of Issuer||Boston Trust Investment Management, Inc.|
|Fund Objectives||See Fact Sheet|
|Principal Strategies and Risks||See Fact Sheet|
|Portfolio Turnover Rate (12 months)||See Summary Prospectus|
|Performance Data (as of the last quarter)||See Fact Sheet|
|Fee and Expense Information||See Fact Sheet and Summary Prospectus|
|Glossary of Terms||See Fact Sheet|
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