The UniCredit Star Funds Excess Return Risk Control Index aims to track the performance of an equally weighted basket of three flexible funds (the “Reference Fund Basket”) with daily liquidity and with a proven track record, seizing opportunities across different asset classes, sectors, geographical zones, and duration holdings.The Reference Fund Basket comprises Templeton Global Total Return Fund (ISIN: LU0260870661), JPM Global Income Fund (ISIN: LU0740858229) and M&G (Lux) Optimal Income Fund (ISIN: LU1670724373). The Index has a built in volatility control mechanism. Should the realized volatility of the Reference Fund Basket over preceding 20-day or 60-day reference period exceed the volatility target of 4% (the “Target Volatility”), then the exposure of the Index to the Reference Fund Basket will be reduced, with the aim of maintaining the realized volatility of the Index at or below the Target Volatility. If the realized volatilities of the Reference Fund Basket are below the Target Volatility and the exposure of the Index to the Reference Fund Basket is below 150%, then the exposure of the Index to the Reference Fund Basket will be increased in order to maintain the realized volatility of the Index at or below the Target Volatility. The maximum exposure of the Index to the Reference Fund Basket is 150%. The Index started on the Index Start Date (01 July 2014) with an initial level of 100 index points. The Index is an “excess return” index. As a consequence, the level of the Index reflects the performance of the strategy of the Index above an EUR short term rate.