The aim is for the investment to reflect the performance of the S&P Global Infrastructure Index (Index) which is designed to reflect the performance of 75 companies from developed countries and emerging markets representing three industry sectors: utilities, transportation and energy. The Index contains shares of companies meeting certain size criteria based on the combined value of a company?s readily available shares compared to other companies. The shares must also meet minimum trading activity requirements. Fifteen companies are from emerging markets and they must be listed on a stock exchange in a developed country. The utilities and transportation sectors are each represented by 30 companies in the Index and the energy sector is represented by 15 companies. At each annual rebalancing, each of the utilities and transportation sectors can only represent 40% of the Index and the energy sector can only represent 20%.