FUND ACCOUNTING SERVICING AGREEMENT

EX-10.2 3 v407522_ex10-2.htm FUND ACCOUNTING SERVICING AGREEMENT

Exhibit 10.2

 

FUND ACCOUNTING SERVICING AGREEMENT

 

THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into as of this 13th day of April, 2015, by and between BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF AMERICA II, a Maryland corporation (the “Fund”), and U.S. Bancorp Fund Services, LLC, a Wisconsin limited liability company (“USBFS”).

 

WHEREAS, the Fund is a non-diversified, closed-end management investment company that has been elected to be treated as a business development company under the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (the “1940 Act”);

 

WHEREAS, USBFS is, among other things, in the business of providing fund accounting services to investment companies; and

 

WHEREAS, the Fund desires to retain USBFS to provide fund accounting services to the Fund.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the promises and mutual covenants herein contained, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties hereto, intending to be legally bound, do hereby agree as follows:

 

1.Appointment of USBFS as Fund Accountant

 

The Fund hereby appoints USBFS as fund accountant of the Fund on the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement, and USBFS hereby accepts such appointment and agrees to perform the services and duties set forth in this Agreement.

 

2.Services and Duties of USBFS

 

USBFS shall provide the following fund accounting services for the Fund:

 

A.Portfolio Accounting Services:

 

(1)Maintain portfolio records on a trade date+1 basis using security trade information communicated from the Fund.

 

(2)For each valuation date, obtain prices from a pricing source approved by the Board of Directors of the Fund (the “Board of Directors” or the “Directors”) and apply those prices to the portfolio positions. For those securities where market quotations are not readily available, the Board of Directors, or a designee thereof, shall provide, in good faith, the fair value for such securities.

 

(3)Identify interest and dividend accrual balances as of each valuation date and calculate gross earnings on investments for the accounting period.

 

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(4)Determine gain/loss on security sales and identify them as short-term or long-term; account for periodic distributions of gains or losses to shareholders and maintain undistributed gain or loss balances as of each valuation date.

 

B.Expense Accrual and Payment Services:

 

(1)For each valuation date, record the expense accrual amounts as directed by the Fund as to methodology, rate or dollar amount.

 

(2)Record payments for expenses upon receipt of written authorization from the Fund.

 

(3)Account for expenditures and maintain expense accrual balances at the level of accounting detail, as agreed upon by USBFS and the Fund.

 

(4)Provide expense accrual and payment reporting.

 

C.Fund Valuation and Financial Reporting Services:

 

(5)Account for Fund share repurchases, tenders, sales, exchanges, transfers, dividend reinvestments, and other Fund share activity as reported by the Fund’s transfer agent on a timely basis.

 

(6)Apply equalization accounting as directed by the Fund.

 

(7)Determine net investment income (earnings) for the Fund as of each valuation date. Account for periodic distributions of earnings to shareholders and maintain undistributed net investment income balances as of each valuation date.

 

(8)Maintain a general ledger and other accounts, books, and financial records for the Fund in the form as agreed upon.

 

(9)Determine the net asset value of the Fund according to the accounting policies and procedures set forth in the Fund’s Prospectus or other operative documents.

 

(10)Calculate per share net asset value, per share net earnings, and other per share amounts reflective of Fund operations at such time as required by the nature and characteristics of the Fund.

 

(11)Communicate, at an agreed upon time, the per share price for each valuation date to parties as agreed upon from time to time.

(8)       Prepare monthly reports that document the adequacy of accounting detail to support month-end ledger balances.

 

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D.Tax Accounting Services:

 

(1)Maintain accounting records for the investment portfolio of the Fund to support the tax reporting required for Internal Revenue Service defined regulated investment companies.

 

(2)Maintain tax lot detail for the Fund’s investment portfolio.

 

(3)Calculate taxable gain/loss on security sales using the tax lot relief method designated by the Fund.

 

(4)Provide the necessary financial information to support the taxable components of income and capital gains distributions to the Fund’s transfer agent to support tax reporting to the shareholders.

 

E.Compliance Control Services:

 

(1)Support reporting to regulatory bodies and support financial statement preparation by making the Fund’s accounting records available to the Fund, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”), and the outside auditors.

 

(2)Maintain accounting records according to the 1940 Act and regulations provided thereunder.

 

F.USBFS will perform the following accounting functions on a monthly basis:

 

(1)Reconcile cash and investment balances of the Fund with the Fund’s custodian, and provide the Fund with the beginning cash balance available for investment purposes.

 

(2)Transmit or mail a copy of the portfolio valuation to the Fund.

 

(3)Review the impact of current day’s activity on a per share basis, and review changes in market value.

 

A.In addition, USBFS will:

 

(1)Prepare monthly security transactions listings.

 

(2)Supply various statistical data as requested by the Fund on an ongoing basis.

 

(3)Prepare a monthly reconciliation between the Fund’s cash portfolio as held on USBFS’ accounting records and the Fund’s internal records.

 

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3.License of Data; Warranty; Termination of Rights

 

A.The valuation information and evaluations being provided to the Fund by USBFS pursuant hereto (collectively, the “Data”) is being licensed, not sold, to the Fund. The Fund has a limited license to use the Data only for purposes necessary to valuing the Fund’s assets and reporting to regulatory bodies (the “License”). The Fund does not have any license nor right to use the Data for purposes beyond the intentions of this Agreement including, but not limited to, resale to other users or use to create any type of historical database. The License is non-transferable and not sub-licensable. The Fund’s right to use the Data cannot be passed to or shared with any other entity.

 

The Fund acknowledges the proprietary rights that USBFS and its suppliers have in the Data.

 

B.THE FUND HEREBY ACCEPTS THE DATA AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PURPOSE OR ANY OTHER MATTER.

 

C.USBFS may stop supplying some or all Data to the Fund if USBFS’ suppliers terminate any agreement to provide Data to USBFS. Also, USBFS may stop supplying some or all Data to the Fund if USBFS reasonably believes that the Fund is using the Data in violation of the License, or breaching its duties of confidentiality provided for hereunder, or if any of USBFS’ suppliers demand that the Data be withheld from the Fund. USBFS will provide notice to the Fund of any termination of provision of Data as soon as reasonably possible.

 

4.Pricing of Securities

 

A.For each valuation date, USBFS shall obtain prices from a pricing source recommended by USBFS and approved by the Board of Directors and apply those prices to the portfolio positions of the Fund. For those securities where market quotations are not readily available, the Board of Directors shall approve, in good faith, procedures for determining the fair value for such securities.

 

If the Fund desires to provide a price that varies from the price provided by the pricing source, the Fund shall promptly notify and supply USBFS with the price of any such security on each valuation date. All pricing changes made by the Fund will be in writing and must specifically identify the securities to be changed by CUSIP, name of security, new price or rate to be applied, and, if applicable, the time period for which the new price(s) is/are effective.

 

B.In the event that the Fund at any time receives Data containing evaluations, rather than market quotations, for certain securities or certain other data related to such securities, the following provisions will apply: (i) evaluated securities are typically complicated financial instruments. There are many methodologies (including computer-based analytical modeling and individual security evaluations) available to generate approximations of the market value of such securities, and there is significant professional disagreement about which method is best. No evaluation method, including those used by USBFS and its suppliers, may consistently generate approximations that correspond to actual “traded” prices of the securities; (ii) methodologies used to provide the pricing portion of certain Data may rely on evaluations; however, the Fund acknowledges that there may be errors or defects in the software, databases, or methodologies generating the evaluations that may cause resultant evaluations to be inappropriate for use in certain applications; and (iii) the Fund assumes all responsibility for edit checking, external verification of evaluations, and ultimately the appropriateness of using Data containing evaluations, regardless of any efforts made by USBFS and its suppliers in this respect.

 

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5.Changes in Accounting Procedures

 

Any resolution passed by the Board of Directors that affects accounting practices and procedures under this Agreement shall be effective upon written receipt of notice and acceptance by USBFS.

 

6.Changes in Equipment, Systems, Etc.

 

USBFS reserves the right to make changes from time to time, as it deems advisable, relating to its systems, programs, rules, operating schedules and equipment, so long as such changes do not adversely affect the services provided to the Fund under this Agreement

 

7.Compensation

 

USBFS shall be compensated for providing the services set forth in this Agreement in accordance with the fee schedule set forth on Exhibit A hereto (as amended from time to time). The Fund shall pay all fees and reimbursable expenses within thirty (30) calendar days following receipt of the billing notice, except for any fee or expense subject to a good faith dispute. The Fund shall notify USBFS in writing within thirty (30) calendar days following receipt of each invoice if the Fund is disputing any amounts in good faith. The Fund shall settle such disputed amounts within ten (10) calendar days of the day on which the parties agree to the amount to be paid. With the exception of any fee or expense the Fund is disputing in good faith as set forth above, unpaid invoices shall accrue a finance charge of one and one-half percent (1 ½%) per month, after the due date. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, amounts owed by the Fund to USBFS shall only be paid out of the assets and property of the particular party involved.

 

8.Representations and Warranties

 

A.The Fund hereby represents and warrants to USBFS, which representations and warranties shall be deemed to be continuing throughout the term of this Agreement, that:

 

(1)It is duly organized and existing under the laws of the jurisdiction of their organization, with full power to carry on its business as now conducted, to enter into this Agreement and to perform its respective obligations hereunder;

 

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(2)This Agreement has been duly authorized, executed and delivered by the Fund in accordance with all requisite action and constitutes a valid and legally binding obligation of the Fund, enforceable in accordance with their respective terms, subject to bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium and other laws of general application affecting the rights and remedies of creditors and secured parties; and

 

(3)It is conducting their business in compliance in all material respects with
all applicable laws and regulations, both state and federal, and has obtained all regulatory approvals necessary to carry on its business as now conducted; there is no statute, rule, regulation, order or judgment binding on it and no provision of its charters, bylaws or any contract binding it or affecting their property which would prohibit its execution or performance of this Agreement.

 

B.USBFS hereby represents and warrants to the Fund, which representations and warranties shall be deemed to be continuing throughout the term of this Agreement, that:

 

(1)It is duly organized and existing under the laws of the jurisdiction of its organization, with full power to carry on its business as now conducted, to enter into this Agreement and to perform its obligations hereunder;

 

(2)This Agreement has been duly authorized, executed and delivered by USBFS in accordance with all requisite action and constitutes a valid and legally binding obligation of USBFS, enforceable in accordance with its terms, subject to bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium and other laws of general application affecting the rights and remedies of creditors and secured parties; and

 

(3)It is conducting its business in compliance in all material respects with all applicable laws and regulations, both state and federal, and has obtained all regulatory approvals necessary to carry on its business as now conducted; there is no statute, rule, regulation, order or judgment binding on it and no provision of its charter, bylaws or any contract binding it or affecting its property which would prohibit its execution or performance of this Agreement.

 

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9.Standard of Care; Indemnification; Limitation of Liability

 

A.USBFS shall exercise reasonable care in the performance of its duties under this Agreement. Neither USBFS nor its suppliers shall be liable for any error of judgment or mistake of law or for any loss suffered by the Fund or any third party in connection with its duties under this Agreement, including losses resulting from mechanical breakdowns or the failure of communication or power supplies beyond USBFS’ control, except a loss arising out of or relating to USBFS’ refusal or failure to comply with the terms of this Agreement or from its bad faith, negligence, or willful misconduct in the performance of its duties under this Agreement. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, if USBFS has exercised reasonable care in the performance of its duties under this Agreement, the Fund shall indemnify and hold harmless USBFS and its suppliers from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, expenses, and liabilities of any and every nature (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) that USBFS or its suppliers may sustain or incur or that may be asserted against USBFS or its suppliers by any person arising out of or related to (X) any action taken or omitted to be taken by it in performing the services hereunder (i) in accordance with the foregoing standards, or (ii) in reliance upon any written or oral instruction provided to USBFS by any duly authorized officer of the Fund, as approved by the Board of Directors of the Fund, or (Y) the Data, or any information, service, report, analysis or publication derived therefrom, except for any and all claims, demands, losses, expenses, and liabilities arising out of or relating to USBFS’ refusal or failure to comply with the terms of this Agreement or from its bad faith, negligence or willful misconduct in the performance of its duties under this Agreement. This indemnity shall be a continuing obligation of the Fund, its successors and assigns, notwithstanding the termination of this Agreement. As used in this paragraph, the term “USBFS” shall include USBFS’ directors, officers and employees.

 

The Fund acknowledges that the Data is intended for use as an aid to institutional investors, registered brokers or professionals of similar sophistication in making informed judgments concerning securities. The Fund accepts responsibility for, and acknowledges it exercises its own independent judgment in, its selection of the Data, its selection of the use or intended use of such, and any results obtained. Nothing contained herein shall be deemed to be a waiver of any rights existing under applicable law for the protection of investors.

 

USBFS shall indemnify and hold the Fund harmless from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, expenses, and liabilities of any and every nature (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) that the Fund may sustain or incur or that may be asserted against the Fund by any person arising out of any action taken or omitted to be taken by USBFS as a result of USBFS’ refusal or failure to comply with the terms of this Agreement, or from its bad faith, negligence, or willful misconduct in the performance of its duties under this Agreement. This indemnity shall be a continuing obligation of USBFS, its successors and assigns, notwithstanding the termination of this Agreement. As used in this paragraph, the term “Fund” shall include the Fund’s directors, officers and employees.

 

C.In the event of a mechanical breakdown or failure of communication or power supplies beyond its control, USBFS shall take all reasonable steps to minimize service interruptions for any period that such interruption continues. USBFS will make every reasonable effort to restore any lost or damaged data and correct any errors resulting from such a breakdown at the expense of USBFS. USBFS agrees that it shall, at all times, have reasonable contingency plans with appropriate parties, making reasonable provision for emergency use of electrical data processing equipment to the extent appropriate equipment is available. Representatives of the Fund shall be entitled to inspect USBFS’ premises and operating capabilities at any time during regular business hours of USBFS, upon reasonable notice to USBFS. Moreover, USBFS shall provide the Fund, at such times as the Fund may reasonably require, copies of reports rendered by independent accountants on the internal controls and procedures of USBFS relating to the services provided by USBFS under this Agreement.

 

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Notwithstanding the above, USBFS reserves the right to reprocess and correct administrative errors at its own expense.

 

D.In no case shall either party be liable to the other for (i) any special, indirect or consequential damages, loss of profits or goodwill (even if advised of the possibility of such); (ii) any delay by reason of circumstances beyond its control, including acts of civil or military authority, national emergencies, labor difficulties, fire, mechanical breakdown, flood or catastrophe, acts of God, insurrection, war, riots, or failure beyond its control of transportation or power supply; or (iii) any claim that arose more than one year prior to the institution of suit therefore.

 

E.In order that the indemnification provisions contained in this section shall apply, it is understood that if in any case the indemnitor may be asked to indemnify or hold the indemnitee harmless, the indemnitor shall be fully and promptly advised of all pertinent facts concerning the situation in question, and it is further understood that the indemnitee will use all reasonable care to notify the indemnitor promptly concerning any situation that presents or appears likely to present the probability of a claim for indemnification. The indemnitor shall have the option to defend the indemnitee against any claim that may be the subject of this indemnification. In the event that the indemnitor so elects, it will so notify the indemnitee and thereupon the indemnitor shall take over complete defense of the claim, and the indemnitee shall in such situation initiate no further legal or other expenses for which it shall seek indemnification under this section. The indemnitee shall in no case confess any claim or make any compromise in any case in which the indemnitor will be asked to indemnify the indemnitee except with the indemnitor’s prior written consent.

 

F.The indemnity and defense provisions set forth in this Section 9 shall indefinitely survive the termination and/or assignment of this Agreement.

 

G.If USBFS is acting in another capacity for the Fund pursuant to a separate agreement, nothing herein shall be deemed to relieve USBFS of any of its obligations in such other capacity.

 

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10.Proprietary and Confidential Information

 

USBFS agrees on behalf of itself and its directors, officers, and employees to treat confidentially and as proprietary information of the Fund all records and other information relative to the Fund and prior, present, or potential shareholders of the Fund (and clients of said shareholders) including all shareholder trading information, and not to use such records and information for any purpose other than the performance of its responsibilities and duties hereunder, except after prior notification to and approval in writing by the Fund, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld and may not be withheld where USBFS may be exposed to civil or criminal contempt proceedings for failure to comply, when requested to divulge such information by duly constituted authorities, or when so requested by the Fund. USBFS acknowledges that it may come into possession of material nonpublic information with respect to the Fund and confirms that it has in place effective procedures to prevent the use of such information in violation of applicable insider trading laws.

 

Further, USBFS will adhere to the privacy policies adopted by the Fund pursuant to Title V of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, as may be modified from time to time (the “Act”). Notwithstanding the foregoing, USBFS will not share any nonpublic personal information concerning any of the Fund’s shareholders to any third party unless specifically directed by the Fund or allowed under one of the exceptions noted under the Act.

 

11.Term of Agreement; Amendment

 

This Agreement shall become effective as of the date first written above and will continue in effect for a period of three (3) years. This Agreement may be terminated by either party upon giving ninety (90) days prior written notice to the other party or such shorter period as is mutually agreed upon by the parties. In the event, the Fund provides notice of termination within the first twelve (12) months of the date first written above, and provided no breach of any material term has occurred on the part of USBFS, the Fund will be responsible for the payment of those fees set forth on Exhibit A hereto from the time of termination through the end of the initial twelve (12) month period. For the avoidance of doubt, such fees will be based off the Fund’s net asset value as of the date of termination and projected out to properly annualize the amount owed to USBFS and payable by the Fund. Notwithstanding the foregoing, this Agreement may be terminated by any party upon the breach of the other party of any material term of this Agreement if such breach is not cured within fifteen (15) days of notice of such breach to the breaching party. This Agreement may not be amended or modified in any manner except by written agreement executed by USBFS and the Fund, and authorized or approved by the Board of Directors.

 

12.Records

 

USBFS shall keep records relating to the services to be performed hereunder in the form and manner, and for such period, as it may deem advisable and is agreeable to the Fund, but not inconsistent with the rules and regulations of appropriate government authorities, in particular, Section 31 of the 1940 Act and the rules thereunder. USBFS agrees that all such records prepared or maintained by USBFS relating to the services to be performed by USBFS hereunder are the property of the Fund and will be preserved, maintained, and made available in accordance with such applicable sections and rules of the 1940 Act and will be promptly surrendered to the Fund on and in accordance with its request. USBFS agrees to provide any records necessary to the Fund to comply with the Fund’s disclosure controls and procedures adopted in accordance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (the “SOX Act). Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the USBFS shall cooperate with the Fund and assist the Fund as necessary by providing information to enable the appropriate officers of the Fund to execute any required certifications.

 

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13.Governing Law

 

This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Wisconsin, without regard to conflicts of law principles. To the extent that the applicable laws of the State of Wisconsin, or any of the provisions herein, conflict with the applicable provisions of the 1940 Act, the latter shall control, and nothing herein shall be construed in a manner inconsistent with the 1940 Act or any rule or order of the SEC thereunder.

 

14.Duties in the Event of Termination

 

In the event that, in connection with termination, a successor to any of USBFS’ duties or responsibilities hereunder is designated by the Fund by written notice to USBFS, USBFS will promptly, upon such termination and at the expense of the Fund, transfer to such successor all relevant books, records, correspondence and other data established or maintained by USBFS under this Agreement in a form reasonably acceptable to the Fund (if such form differs from the form in which USBFS has maintained the same, the Fund shall pay any expenses associated with transferring the data to such form), and will cooperate in the transfer of such duties and responsibilities, including provision for assistance from USBFS’ personnel in the establishment of books, records and other data by such successor. If no such successor is designated, then such books, records and other data shall be returned to the Fund.

 

16.No Agency Relationship

 

Nothing herein contained shall be deemed to authorize or empower USBFS to act as agent for the other party to this Agreement, or to conduct business in the name, or for the account, of the other party to this Agreement.

 

17.Data Necessary to Perform Services

 

The Fund or its agent shall furnish to USBFS the data necessary to perform the services described herein at such times and in such form as mutually agreed upon. If USBFS is also acting in another capacity for the Fund, nothing herein shall be deemed to relieve USBFS of any of its obligations in such capacity.

 

18.Notification of Error

 

The Fund will notify USBFS of any discrepancy between USBFS and the Fund, including, but not limited to, failing to account for a security position in the Fund’s portfolio, by the later of: within five (5) business days after receipt of any reports rendered by USBFS to the Fund; within five (5) business days after discovery of any error or omission not covered in the balancing or control procedure, or within five (5) business days of receiving notice from any shareholder.

 

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19.Compliance with Laws

 

The Fund has and retains primary responsibility for all compliance matters relating to the Fund, including but not limited to compliance with the 1940 Act, the Code, the SOX Act, the USA PATRIOT Act of 2002 and the policies and limitations of the Fund relating to its respective portfolio investments as set forth in their current prospectus and statements of additional information. USBFS’ services hereunder shall not relieve the Fund of its responsibilities for assuring such compliance or the Board of Directors’ oversight responsibility with respect thereto.

 

20.Assignment

 

This Agreement may not be assigned by either party without the prior written consent of the other party.

 

21.Notices

 

Any notice required or permitted to be given by either party to the other shall be in writing and shall be deemed to have been given on the date delivered personally or by courier service, upon delivery after sent by registered or certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, or on the date sent and confirmed received by facsimile transmission to the other party’s address set forth below:

 

Notice to USBFS shall be sent to:

 

U.S. Bancorp Fund Services, LLC

777 East Wisconsin Avenue

MK-WI-J1 S

Milwaukee, WI 53202

 

and notice to the Fund shall be sent to:

 

Business Development Corporation of America II

405 Park Avenue, 3rd Floor

New York, NY 10022

 

21.Entire Agreement

 

This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior agreements, arrangements and understandings, whether written or oral.

 

[Signature Page Follows]

 

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed by a duly authorized officer on one or more counterparts as of the date first above written.

 

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF AMERICA II

  U.S. BANCORP FUND SERVICES, LLC
     
By: /s/ Peter M. Budko   By: /s/ Joe D. Redwine
  Name: Peter M. Budko     Name: Joe D. Redwine
  Title: Chairman and Chief Executive Officer     Title: President

  

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Exhibit A

to the Fund Accounting Servicing Agreement

 

Fees

 

Fund Accounting and Sub-Administration Services Fee, Based Upon Average Net Assets Per Fund:

9 basis points on the first $200 million

7 basis points on the next $300 million

4 basis points on the next $1 billion

2.5 basis points on the balance above $1.5 billion

 

Minimum annual fee*: $100,000 per portfolio

 

Services Included in Annual Fee Per Fund:

Advisor Information Source — Online access to portfolio management and compliance information
Daily Performance Reporting — Daily pre and post-tax fund and/or sub-advisor performance reporting

 

Chief Compliance Officer Support Fee:

$3,000 per year per service

 

Out-Of-Pocket Expenses:

Including but not limited to corporate action services, fair value pricing services, factor services, SWIFT processing, customized reporting, third-party data provider costs,(GICS, MSCI, Lipper, etc.), postage, stationery, programming, special reports, proxies, insurance, EDGAR/XBRL filing, tax e-filing, PFIC monitoring, wash sale reporting (Gainskeeper), retention ofrecords, federal and state regulatory filing fees, expenses from Board of directors meetings, third party auditing and legal expenses, and conversion expenses (if necessary), and CCO team travel related costs to perform due diligence reviews at advisor or sub-advisor facilities.

 

Additional Services

Available but not included above are the following services — annual legal administration (e.g., registration statement update), Section 15(c) reporting, daily compliance testing (Charles River), electronic Board book portal (BookMark), and additional services mutually agreed upon.

 

*Subject to annual CPI increase, Milwaukee MSA.

Fees are calculated pro rata and billed monthly.

 

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Basic Info X:

Name: FUND ACCOUNTING SERVICING AGREEMENT
Type: SERVICING AGREEMENT
Date: April 17, 2015
Company: BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Corp OF AMERICA II
State: Maryland

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