Rebalancing due to clients that leave the portfolio involve modifications to the compositions of the portfolios of all the clients who say, by respecting at all times what is established in the Annex corresponding to each Portfolio.


Information shall be given to investors through publication in the Internet in Finamex Website:
All rebalancing operations shall be made through the automatic system developed for this purpose and no manual adjustaments shall be made.
Rebalancing Types:

a) Rebalancing
It is donde every day, with the purpose of investing customer's deposits made during the day. This investment is usually performed in highly liquid government securities. This rebalancing operation is not intended to standardize the structure of de client's portfolio.

b) Homogenization rebalancing:
This is done at least two and up to four times a month, with the purpose of homogenizing investment percentages per instrument of all clients that participate in the same investment strategy. Securities classified as "Non-liquid" or low liquidity securities shall never be included in the rebalancing.

c) Quarterly rebalancing
In the pre-established dates for the divestment of the Portfolios (usually March, June, September and December each year) securities sold by clients asking for liquidity or withdrawal of their investments shall ber redistributed among the remaining clients. Securities shall never be included in the rebalancing.
Prices to be considered:

Prices to be considered at all times shall be the current market prices al the time of rebalancing the price reported by Valmer Prices vector, if there are no operations on the rebalancing day.
Considerations on types of securities (liquid, non liquid)

In order to prevent "Non-liquid" or low liquidity securities from being purchased due to rebalancing in remaining clients in portfolios, as a result of other client's divestment, the following shall be considered:

a) Portfolios in no even may purchase "Non-liquid" or low liquidity securities at a maturity date that exceeds the stipulated disinvestment date in the portfolio in question.

b) The Executive Management in conjuction with earings before financing and taxes (UAFIR) shall develop the issuer's catalog different from that of the Equity Market, to be considered as "Non-liquid" or low liquidity securities.

c) The lists of "non-liquid or low liquidity securities" shall be reviewed at least once a year when deemed necessary by the Executive Management and earings before financing and taxes (UAFIR).