Please review detailed information on the Sit Funds to assist in selecting the investments most suitable for your personal financial objectives and situation.
Fact Sheets: The fact sheets are a summary of each Fund’s objective and strategy, performance, portfolio characteristics and top holdings.
Annual Reports: Financial report that includes the Chairman’s Letter, individual fund summaries from the portfolio managers, financial statements, holdings, performance and expense summaries. The Funds are divided into two separate reports. The report for the equity funds is published as of their fiscal year-end date of June 30th. For the fixed-income funds, the fiscal year-end date is March 31st.
Semi-Annual Reports: The financial report includes the same type of information as the Annual Report. The key difference is that, unlike the Annual Report, the contents are not independently verified by the Auditor. The Funds are divided into two separate reports. The report for the equity funds is published as of December 31st. For the fixed-income funds, the published date is September 30th.
Statutory Prospectuses: A statutory prospectus is a legal document that describes the objectives and risks of mutual funds, as well as the background of the fund’s managers and key financial data such as expenses and fund assets. It is designed to provide investors with the information they need to make an informed decision about investing in a mutual fund. Like the financial reports, the statutory prospectuses are divided between two documents. The version covering the equity funds is updated each year as of November 1st, while the fixed-income statutory prospectus is updated each year as of August 1st.
Summary Prospectuses: A condensed version of the statutory prospectus, the summary prospectuses are available individually for each fund in lengths of 4 or 5 pages, depending on the Fund.
Statement of Additional Information (SAI): The SAI is a companion piece to the prospectuses providing an even more detailed look at the Funds, including information such as additional investment restrictions, policies and risks.
Portfolio Holdings: Complete listing of all investments held at the most recent quarter-end, including names of issuers, number of shares held, and fair market value of shares.