Mutual Fund Portfolio Holdings & Characteristics

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Tax-Managed International

Information as of: 11/30/2016

Total Holdings in the Portfolio: 182

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Top 10 Holdings
%
1   Royal Dutch Shell PLC 3.60
2   British American Tobacco PLC 3.06
3   Roche Holding AG 2.65
4   TOTAL SA 2.24
5   Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp. 1.81
6   Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. 1.72
7   BT Group PLC 1.57
8   Sanofi 1.51
9   Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize NV 1.40
10   Central Japan Railway Co. 1.31

Country Breakdown
%
1   Japan 20.03
2   United Kingdom 19.32
3   France 12.17
4   Netherlands 8.15
5   Switzerland 5.69
6   Germany 4.51
7   Australia 4.35
8   Canada 3.62
9   Hong Kong 2.74
10   South Korea 2.63
11   Denmark 2.13
12   Israel 1.91
13   China 1.06
14   India 1.03
15   Sweden 1.01
16   Norway 1.00
17   Singapore 0.96
18   Italy 0.75
19   Brazil 0.71
20   Russia 0.66
21   Belgium 0.65
22   Spain 0.59
23   Ireland 0.49
24   Argentina 0.47
25   Taiwan 0.46
26   Portugal 0.42
27   South Africa 0.39
28   Finland 0.35
29   United States 0.34
30   Indonesia 0.13
31   Philippines 0.10
32   Thailand 0.08
33   Short-Term 1.10

Security Type Breakdown
%
1   Common Stocks:Domestic 0.34
2   Common Stocks:Foreign 98.00
3   Warrants:Foreign 0.56
4   Short-Term Investments:Repurchase Agreements 1.10

Industry Breakdown
%
1   Financials:Banks 9.94
2   Financials:Insurance 5.28
3   Financials:Capital Markets 3.19
4   Financials:Consumer Finance 0.55
5   Financials:Thrifts & Mortgage Finance 0.41
6   Financials:Diversified Financial Services 0.39
7   Consumer Discretionary:Media 3.34
8   Consumer Discretionary:Auto Components 2.84
9   Consumer Discretionary:Automobiles 2.76
10   Consumer Discretionary:Hotels, Restaurants & Leisure 1.23
11   Consumer Discretionary:Household Durables 0.96
12   Consumer Discretionary:Leisure Products 0.70
13   Consumer Discretionary:Textiles, Apparel & Luxury Goods 0.67
14   Consumer Discretionary:Specialty Retail 0.45
15   Information Technology:Software 4.74
16   Information Technology:Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment 2.77
17   Information Technology:Internet Software & Services 1.51
18   Information Technology:IT Services 1.20
19   Information Technology:Electronic Equipment, Instruments & Components 1.15
20   Information Technology:Technology Hardware, Storage & Peripherals 1.05
21   Industrials:Airlines 2.67
22   Industrials:Professional Services 2.15
23   Industrials:Machinery 1.96
24   Industrials:Road & Rail 1.31
25   Industrials:Aerospace & Defense 1.28
26   Industrials:Commercial Services & Supplies 1.22
27   Industrials:Trading Companies & Distributors 0.70
28   Consumer Staples:Tobacco 5.10
29   Consumer Staples:Food & Staples Retailing 1.77
30   Consumer Staples:Household Products 1.69
31   Consumer Staples:Personal Products 1.40
32   Consumer Staples:Food Products 0.59
33   Consumer Staples:Beverages 0.18
34   Health Care:Pharmaceuticals 7.05
35   Health Care:Health Care Equipment & Supplies 0.98
36   Health Care:Life Sciences Tools & Services 0.94
37   Health Care:Health Care Providers & Services 0.84
38   Health Care:Biotechnology 0.12
39   Energy:Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuels 7.62
40   Energy:Energy Equipment & Services 0.41
41   Telecommunication Services:Diversified Telecommunication Services 5.27
42   Telecommunication Services:Wireless Telecommunication Services 1.21
43   Materials:Chemicals 2.61
44   Materials:Metals & Mining 1.39
45   Materials:Construction Materials 0.50
46   Materials:Containers & Packaging 0.45
47   Real Estate:Real Estate Management & Development 1.27
48   Utilities:Electric Utilities 0.78
49   Utilities:Water Utilities 0.31
50   Short-Term Investments 1.10
Footnotes

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