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Daily Fund Performance

Net-of-Fees (as of 06/29/2022)1

Fund Current Price> Price Change Year-to-Date
Fixed Income Fund-I Series $30.6892 0.25% -11.94%
Inflation Protection Fund-I Series $19.7721 -0.25% -4.32%
International Equity Fund-I Series $40.4167 -0.90% -22.29%
Multiple Asset Fund-I Series $37.5664 -0.38% -17.63%
Short Term Investment Fund-I Series $12.8322 0.00% -0.11%
U.S. Equity Fund-I Series $58.0133 -0.46% -21.50%
U.S. Equity Index Fund-I Series $20.2613 -0.18% -20.66%
U.S. Treasury Inflation Protection Fund-I Series $11.5605 -0.27% -9.54%

1 Historical returns are not indicative of future performance. Please refer to the Investment Funds Description - I Series for more information about the Funds. This is not an offer to purchase securities.

Historic Fund Performance - Month-End

Net-of-Fees (as of 05/31/2022)1,2

Annualized Returns
Fund1,2 One Month Year-to-Date One
Year
Three
Years
Five
Years
Ten
Years
Since
Inception (1/1/2019)
Assets
(millions)
Fixed Income Fund-I Series 0.24% -9.30% -8.82% 0.55% - - 2.04% $715
FIF-I Benchmark3 0.38% -9.66% -8.67% 0.45% - - 2.00%
Inflation Protection Fund-I Series -0.63% -0.86% 2.65% 5.25% - - 6.00% $262
IPF-I Benchmark3 -2.39% -4.17% 0.54% 4.35% - - 5.52%
International Equity Fund-I Series 0.70% -16.00% -19.28% 6.91% - - 8.77% $680
IEF-I Benchmark3 0.48% -11.12% -12.54% 6.77% - - 8.07%
Multiple Asset Fund-I Series 0.11% -12.34% -10.46% 8.06% - - 9.76% $1,450
MAF-I Benchmark3 -0.05% -11.00% -7.09% 8.23% - - 9.64%
Short Term Investment Fund-I Series 0.01% -0.10% -0.23% 0.47% - - 0.72% $17
STIF-I Benchmark3 0.07% 0.12% 0.14% 0.69% - - 0.91%
U.S. Equity Fund-I Series -0.28% -14.73% -7.82% 14.16% - - 16.43% $933
USEF-I Benchmark3 -0.13% -13.89% -3.68% 15.60% - - 17.08%
U.S. Equity Index Fund-I Series -0.17% -14.16% -3.75% 15.57% - - 17.01% $91
USEIF-I Benchmark3 -0.13% -13.89% -3.68% 15.60% - - 17.08%
U.S. Treasury Inflation Protection Fund-I Series -1.21% -6.56% -2.14% 4.05% - - 5.17% $100
USTPF-I Benchmark3 -1.22% -6.58% -1.82% 4.41% - - 5.51%

Historic Composite Performance – Month-End

Net-of-Fees (as of 05/31/2022)1

Please note, the performance information presented in the table below is composite performance. Please see the disclosures for further details regarding composite performance. For investor-specific results, please login to your account in the Wespath Portal.

Annualized Returns
Composite Performance1,4 One Month Year-to-Date One
Year
Three
Years
Five
Years
Ten
Years
Since
Inception5
Assets
(millions)
Fixed Income (FIF) Composite 0.23% -9.24% -8.73% 0.58% 1.65% 2.53% 4.83% $6,774
FIF Composite Benchmark3 0.38% -9.66% -8.67% 0.45% 1.54% 2.28% 4.48%
Inflation Protection (IPF) Composite -0.65% -0.61% 3.05% 5.20% 4.06% 2.46% 3.96% $2,173
IPF Composite Benchmark3 -2.39% -4.17% 0.54% 4.35% 3.92% 2.66% 4.50%
International Equity (IEF) Composite 0.55% -15.23% -18.17% 6.88% 5.49% 6.89% 6.21% $5,597
IEF Composite Benchmark3 0.48% -11.12% -12.54% 6.77% 4.51% 6.58% 5.05%
Multiple Asset (MAF) Composite 0.02% -11.99% -9.68% 8.04% 7.04% 8.00% 7.13% $8,337
MAF Composite Benchmark3 -0.05% -11.00% -7.09% 8.23% 6.80% 8.06% 6.86%
Short Term Investment (STIF) Composite 0.02% -0.08% -0.22% 0.53% 0.99% 0.65% 1.27% $201
STIF Composite Benchmark3 0.07% 0.12% 0.14% 0.69% 1.12% 0.64% 1.26%
U.S. Equity (USEF) Composite -0.45% -14.56% -6.79% 14.23% 12.10% 13.29% 7.83% $7,588
USEF Composite Benchmark3 -0.13% -13.89% -3.68% 15.60% 12.75% 14.00% 8.15%
U.S. Equity Index (USEIF) Composite -0.17% -14.13% -3.66% 15.65% 12.75% - 11.20% $167
USEIF Composite Benchmark3 -0.13% -13.89% -3.68% 15.60% 12.75% - 11.41%
U.S. Treasury Inflation Protection (USTPF) Composite -1.20% -6.54% -2.05% 4.13% - - 3.72% $868
USTPF Composite Benchmark3 -1.22% -6.58% -1.82% 4.41% - - 3.97%

Wespath Benefits and Investments (“Wespath”) is a general agency of The United Methodist Church, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Wespath administers benefit plans and together with its subsidiaries, UMC Benefit Board, Inc. (“UMCBB”) and Wespath Institutional Investments, LLC (“WII”) invests (or provides back-office services for) assets on behalf of benefit plan participants and beneficiaries, plan sponsors and other institutions controlled by, affiliated with or related to The United Methodist Church (the “Church”). For GIPS compliance purposes, the Firm referenced herein is defined to include Wespath, UMCBB and WII (“Firm”). Wespath claims compliance with the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS®). GIPS is a registered trademark of CFA Institute. CFA Institute does not endorse or promote this organization, nor does it warrant the accuracy or quality of the content contained herein. To obtain a copy of Wespath’s GIPS Report, please call us at 1-847-866-4100 or e-mail us at [email protected].

1 The performance shown is for the stated time period only and computed in U.S. Dollars (USD). Historical returns are not indicative of future performance. Investment performance is presented net-of-fees—that is, with the deduction of external investment management fees, custody fees, and administrative and overhead expenses. The investments of the funds and composites may vary substantially from those in the applicable benchmark. The benchmarks are based on broad-based securities market indices, which are unmanaged, cannot be invested in and are not subject to fees and expenses typically associated with investment funds. Investments cannot be made directly in an index. This chart was produced using data from sources believed to be accurate. All information is presented as of May 31, 2022 unless otherwise noted.

2 Please refer to the Investment Funds Description - I Series for more information about each Fund. This information is for informational purposes only and is not an offer to purchase securities. The investment funds are neither insured nor guaranteed by the government.

3 Benchmark descriptions can be found here.

4 The performance presented reflects the historical performance record of the composite employed by: (a) Wespath Institutional Investments (WII) through funds called the I Series funds available as of January 1, 2019; and (2) UMC Benefit Board, Inc.an affiliated entity, through funds called the P Series funds and available to certain Institutional Investors (as defined below) prior to January 1, 2019. The composite includes the applicable P Series fund before January 1, 2019. After January 1, 2019 the composite includes both the applicable P Series fund and I Series fund (asset-weighted). The composite for the applicable P Series fund and I Series fund have substantially similar investment objectives and investment strategies and are referred to collectively as “the Composite.” The P Series funds are not available to Institutional Investors other than in exceptional circumstances agreed to by the P Series funds adviser.

Historical returns are not indicative of future performance. Returns presented are time‐weighted returns. Net returns are presented net of actual fees and expenses, including transaction costs, custody fees, sub‐advisory fees, and administrative/overhead expenses and are net of withholding taxes. The portfolios in the Composite do not pay any investment management fees to Wespath. Administrative/overhead expenses are paid by the portfolios in the Composite to Wespath.

Units of the I Series funds are available to organizations related to the Church and organized and operated exclusively for religious, educational, benevolent, fraternal, charitable, or reformatory purpose: (1) no part of the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual; or (2) which is or maintains certain pooled income funds, collective trust funds, collective investment vehicles or similar funds for the collective investment and reinvestment of assets of certain designated vehicles available for charitable investments. All such organizations shall qualify as permissible investors in a fund excepted from the definition of “investment company” contained in Section 3(c) (10) of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (and are referred to as “Institutional Investors”). Certain, but not all, Institutional Investors were eligible to invest in the P Series prior to January 1, 2019.

5 The inception date for the Multiple Asset Composite and Short Term Investment Composite is April 30, 2002, for the Inflation Protection Composite is January 5, 2004, for the U.S. Treasury Inflation Protection Composite is June 30, 2017, for the U.S. Equity Index Composite is December 31, 2014, and for the remaining Composites is December 31, 1997.

Historic Fund Performance - Quarter-End

Net-of-fees (as of 03/31/2022)1,2

Annualized Returns
Fund1,2 Three
Months
Year-to-
Date
One
Year
Three
Years
Five
Years
Ten
Years
Since
Inception (1/1/2019)
Assets
(millions)
Fixed Income Fund-I Series -5.90% -5.90% -3.79% 2.28% - - 3.31% $731
FIF-I Benchmark3 -6.45% -6.45% -4.03% 2.23% - - 3.20%
Inflation Protection Fund-I Series 1.11% 1.11% 7.83% 6.32% - - 6.96% $277
IPF-I Benchmark3 0.56% 0.56% 9.32% 6.59% - - 7.39%
International Equity Fund-I Series -9.79% -9.79% -8.36% 8.32% - - 11.67% $719
IEF-I Benchmark3 -5.60% -5.60% -1.27% 7.87% - - 10.53%
Multiple Asset Fund-I Series -6.34% -6.34% -0.76% 9.98% - - 12.57% $1,556
MAF-I Benchmark3 -5.06% -5.06% 3.67% 10.16% - - 12.38%
Short Term Investment Fund-I Series -0.11% -0.11% -0.25% 0.62% - - 0.75% $23
STIF-I Benchmark3 0.04% 0.04% 0.06% 0.81% - - 0.93%
U.S. Equity Fund-I Series -5.93% -5.93% 5.52% 16.96% - - 20.95% $1,036
USEF-I Benchmark3 -5.28% -5.28% 11.92% 18.24% - - 21.54%
U.S. Equity Index Fund-I Series -5.45% -5.45% 11.97% 18.33% - - 21.53% $99
USEIF-I Benchmark3 -5.28% -5.28% 11.92% 18.24% - - 21.54%
U.S. Treasury Inflation Protection Fund-I Series -3.05% -3.05% 4.20% 6.05% - - 6.65% $104
USTPF-I Benchmark3 -3.31% -3.31% 4.39% 6.36% - - 6.93%

Historic Composite Performance – Quarter-End

Net-of-Fees (as of 03/31/2022)1

Please note, the performance information presented in the table below is composite performance. Please see the disclosures for further details regarding composite performance. For investor-specific results, please login to your account in the Wespath Portal.

Annualized Returns
Composite Performance1,4 Three
Months
Year-to-
Date
One
Year
Three
Years
Five
Years
Ten
Years
Since
Inception5
Assets
(millions)
Fixed Income (FIF) Composite -5.88% -5.88% -3.79% 2.31% 2.81% 3.02% 5.02% $7,017
FIF Composite Benchmark3 -6.45% -6.45% -4.03% 2.23% 2.60% 2.85% 4.66%
Inflation Protection (IPF) Composite 1.23% 1.23% 8.13% 6.23% 4.54% 2.77% 4.10% $2,368
IPF Composite Benchmark3 0.56% 0.56% 9.32% 6.59% 5.05% 3.56% 4.82%
International Equity (IEF) Composite -9.15% -9.15% -7.49% 8.26% 8.09% 6.33% 6.56% $5,894
IEF Composite Benchmark3 -5.60% -5.60% -1.27% 7.87% 6.92% 5.78% 5.35%
Multiple Asset (MAF) Composite -6.04% -6.04% -0.02% 9.94% 9.07% 8.13% 7.55% $8,922
MAF Composite Benchmark3 -5.06% -5.06% 3.67% 10.16% 8.80% 8.24% 7.27%
Short Term Investment (STIF) Composite -0.11% -0.11% -0.24% 0.68% 1.01% 0.66% 1.28% $203
STIF Composite Benchmark3 0.04% 0.04% 0.06% 0.81% 1.13% 0.63% 1.27%
U.S. Equity (USEF) Composite -5.78% -5.78% 6.69% 17.05% 14.78% 13.60% 8.32% $8,453
USEF Composite Benchmark3 -5.28% -5.28% 11.92% 18.24% 15.40% 14.28% 8.63%
U.S. Equity Index (USEIF) Composite -5.42% -5.42% 12.08% 18.40% 15.39% - 12.97% $183
USEIF Composite Benchmark3 -5.28% -5.28% 11.92% 18.24% 15.40% - 13.16%
U.S. Treasury Inflation Protection (USTPF) Composite -3.04% -3.04% 4.30% 6.14% - - 4.66% $933
USTPF Composite Benchmark3 -3.31% -3.31% 4.39% 6.36% - - 4.87%

Wespath Benefits and Investments (“Wespath”) is a general agency of The United Methodist Church, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Wespath administers benefit plans and together with its subsidiaries, UMC Benefit Board, Inc. (“UMCBB”) and Wespath Institutional Investments, LLC (“WII”) invests (or provides back-office services for) assets on behalf of benefit plan participants and beneficiaries, plan sponsors and other institutions controlled by, affiliated with or related to The United Methodist Church (the “Church”). For GIPS compliance purposes, the Firm referenced herein is defined to include Wespath, UMCBB and WII (“Firm”). Wespath claims compliance with the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS®). GIPS is a registered trademark of CFA Institute. CFA Institute does not endorse or promote this organization, nor does it warrant the accuracy or quality of the content contained herein. To obtain a copy of Wespath’s GIPS Report, please call us at 1-847-866-4100 or e-mail us at [email protected].

1 The performance shown is for the stated time period only and computed in U.S. Dollars (USD). Historical returns are not indicative of future performance. Investment performance is presented net-of-fees—that is, with the deduction of external investment management fees, custody fees, and administrative and overhead expenses. The investments of the funds and composites may vary substantially from those in the applicable benchmark. The benchmarks are based on broad-based securities market indices, which are unmanaged, cannot be invested in and are not subject to fees and expenses typically associated with investment funds. Investments cannot be made directly in an index. This chart was produced using data from sources believed to be accurate. All information is presented as of March 31, 2022 unless otherwise noted.

2 Please refer to the Investment Funds Description - I Series for more information about each Fund. This information is for informational purposes only and is not an offer to purchase securities. The investment funds are neither insured nor guaranteed by the government.

3 Benchmark descriptions can be found here.

4 The performance presented reflects the historical performance record of the composite employed by: (a) Wespath Institutional Investments (WII) through funds called the I Series funds available as of January 1, 2019; and (2) UMC Benefit Board, Inc.an affiliated entity, through funds called the P Series funds and available to certain Institutional Investors (as defined below) prior to January 1, 2019. The composite includes the applicable P Series fund before January 1, 2019. After January 1, 2019 the composite includes both the applicable P Series fund and I Series fund (asset-weighted). The composite for the applicable P Series fund and I Series fund have substantially similar investment objectives and investment strategies and are referred to collectively as “the Composite.” The P Series funds are not available to Institutional Investors other than in exceptional circumstances agreed to by the P Series funds adviser.

Historical returns are not indicative of future performance. Returns presented are time‐weighted returns. Net returns are presented net of actual fees and expenses, including transaction costs, custody fees, sub‐advisory fees, and administrative/overhead expenses and are net of withholding taxes. The portfolios in the Composite do not pay any investment management fees to Wespath. Administrative/overhead expenses are paid by the portfolios in the Composite to Wespath.

Units of the I Series funds are available to organizations related to the Church and organized and operated exclusively for religious, educational, benevolent, fraternal, charitable, or reformatory purpose: (1) no part of the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual; or (2) which is or maintains certain pooled income funds, collective trust funds, collective investment vehicles or similar funds for the collective investment and reinvestment of assets of certain designated vehicles available for charitable investments. All such organizations shall qualify as permissible investors in a fund excepted from the definition of “investment company” contained in Section 3(c) (10) of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (and are referred to as “Institutional Investors”). Certain, but not all, Institutional Investors were eligible to invest in the P Series prior to January 1, 2019.

5 The inception date for the Multiple Asset Composite and Short Term Investment Composite is April 30, 2002, for the Inflation Protection Composite is January 5, 2004, for the U.S. Treasury Inflation Protection Composite is June 30, 2017, for the U.S. Equity Index Composite is December 31, 2014, and for the remaining Composites is December 31, 1997.

Historic Fund Performance – Calendar Year

Performance, Net-of-Fees1,2

Fund 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012
Fixed Income Fund-I Series -1.14% 8.25% 10.37% - - - - - - -
FIF-I Benchmark3 -1.12% 8.68% 10.19% - - - - - - -
Inflation Protection Fund-I Series 6.01% 6.40% 9.10% - - - - - - -
IPF-I Benchmark3 6.63% 7.72% 9.17% - - - - - - -
International Equity Fund-I Series 3.94% 21.17% 25.91% - - - - - - -
IEF-I Benchmark3 8.53% 11.12% 21.63% - - - - - - -
Multiple Asset Fund-I Series 8.08% 19.43% 21.44% - - - - - - -
MAF-I Benchmark3 11.61% 14.17% 20.78% - - - - - - -
Short Term Investment Fund-I Series -0.18% 0.43% 2.32% - - - - - - -
STIF-I Benchmark3 0.05% 0.67% 2.28% - - - - - - -
U.S. Equity Fund-I Series 19.02% 27.16% 30.18% - - - - - - -
USEF-I Benchmark3 25.66% 20.89% 31.02% - - - - - - -
U.S. Equity Index Fund-I Series 25.88% 20.92% 30.81% - - - - - - -
USEIF-I Benchmark3 25.66% 20.89% 31.02% - - - - - - -
U.S. Treasury Inflation Protection Fund-I Series 5.53% 11.11% 8.42% - - - - - - -
USTPF-I Benchmark3 6.00% 11.54% 8.75% - - - - - - -

Historic Composite Performance – Calendar Year

Net-of-Fees1

Please note, the performance information presented in the table below is composite performance. Please see the disclosures for further details regarding composite performance. For investor-specific results, please login to your account in the Wespath Portal.

Composite Performance1,4 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012
Fixed Income (FIF) Composite -1.11% 8.37% 10.24% -1.10% 6.57% 5.74% -1.97% 4.30% -0.73% 9.58%
FIF Composite Benchmark3 -1.12% 8.68% 10.19% -0.63% 4.59% 4.62% 0.10% 5.40% -1.32% 6.61%
Inflation Protection (IPF) Composite 6.16% 5.86% 8.88% -2.17% 4.42% 7.70% -4.99% 2.63% -6.59% 7.74%
IPF Composite Benchmark3 6.63% 7.72% 9.17% -1.49% 4.12% 10.73% -1.72% 4.43% -9.26% 7.26%
International Equity (IEF) Composite 4.36% 19.84% 25.31% -13.78% 30.56% 6.02% -6.46% -5.92% 16.51% 19.67%
IEF Composite Benchmark3 8.53% 11.12% 21.63% -14.76% 27.81% 4.41% -4.60% -3.89% 15.82% 17.04%
Multiple Asset (MAF) Composite 8.64% 18.41% 21.14% -6.14% 17.98% 8.41% -2.56% 4.10% 17.08% 13.76%
MAF Composite Benchmark3 11.61% 14.17% 20.78% -6.47% 16.95% 8.58% -0.90% 5.76% 15.99% 13.35%
Short Term Investment (STIF) Composite -0.16% 0.57% 2.51% 1.62% 0.90% 0.46% 0.03% 0.09% 0.21% 0.72%
STIF Composite Benchmark3 0.05% 0.67% 2.28% 1.87% 0.86% 0.33% 0.05% 0.03% 0.07% 0.11%
U.S. Equity (USEF) Composite 20.11% 26.30% 29.62% -5.48% 19.92% 11.53% 0.08% 10.76% 34.29% 15.05%
USEF Composite Benchmark3 25.66% 20.89% 31.02% -5.24% 21.13% 12.74% 0.48% 12.56% 33.55% 16.42%
U.S. Equity Index (USEIF) Composite 25.96% 21.04% 30.84% -4.99% 20.34% 12.35% -0.16% - - -
USEIF Composite Benchmark3 25.66% 20.89% 31.02% -5.24% 21.13% 12.74% 0.48% - - -
U.S. Treasury Inflation Protection (USTPF) Composite 5.60% 11.25% 8.43% -1.74% 2.31% - - - - -
USTPF Composite Benchmark3 6.00% 11.54% 8.75% -1.48% 2.33% - - - - -

1 The performance shown is for the stated time period only and computed in U.S. Dollars (USD). Historical returns are not indicative of future performance. Investment performance is presented net-of-fees—that is, with the deduction of external investment management fees, custody fees, and administrative and overhead expenses. The investments of the funds and composites may vary substantially from those in the applicable benchmark. The benchmarks are based on broad-based securities market indices, which are unmanaged, cannot be invested in and are not subject to fees and expenses typically associated with investment funds. Investments cannot be made directly in an index. This chart was produced using data from sources believed to be accurate.

2 Please refer to the Investment Funds Description - I Series for more information about each Fund. This information is for informational purposes only and is not an offer to purchase securities. The investment funds are neither insured nor guaranteed by the government.

3 Benchmark descriptions can be found here.

4 The performance presented reflects the historical performance record of the composite employed by: (a) Wespath Institutional Investments (WII) through funds called the I Series funds available as of January 1, 2019; and (2) UMC Benefit Board, Inc.an affiliated entity, through funds called the P Series funds and available to certain Institutional Investors (as defined below) prior to January 1, 2019. The composite includes the applicable P Series fund before January 1, 2019. After January 1, 2019 the composite includes both the applicable P Series fund and I Series fund (asset-weighted). The composite for the applicable P Series fund and I Series fund have substantially similar investment objectives and investment strategies and are referred to collectively as “the Composite.” The P Series funds are not available to Institutional Investors other than in exceptional circumstances agreed to by the P Series funds adviser.

Historical returns are not indicative of future performance. Returns presented are time‐weighted returns. Net returns are presented net of actual fees and expenses, including transaction costs, custody fees, sub‐advisory fees, and administrative/overhead expenses and are net of withholding taxes. The portfolios in the Composite do not pay any investment management fees to Wespath. Administrative/overhead expenses are paid by the portfolios in the Composite to Wespath.

Units of the I Series funds are available to organizations related to the Church and organized and operated exclusively for religious, educational, benevolent, fraternal, charitable, or reformatory purpose: (1) no part of the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual; or (2) which is or maintains certain pooled income funds, collective trust funds, collective investment vehicles or similar funds for the collective investment and reinvestment of assets of certain designated vehicles available for charitable investments. All such organizations shall qualify as permissible investors in a fund excepted from the definition of “investment company” contained in Section 3(c) (10) of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (and are referred to as “Institutional Investors”). Certain, but not all, Institutional Investors were eligible to invest in the P Series prior to January 1, 2019.