CHASE VISTA FUNDS NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (unaudited)
B. EF and JF
Investments in international markets may involve certain considerations and risks not typically associated with
investments in the United States. Future economic and political developments in foreign countries could adversely
affect the liquidity or value, or both, of such securities in which the Fund is invested.
1. Valuation of Investments -- Equity securities, purchased options and futures contracts are valued at the last
sale price on the exchange on which they are primarily traded, including the NASDAQ National Market.
Securities for which sale prices are not available and other over-the-counter securities are valued at the last
quoted bid price. Bonds and other fixed income securities (other than short-term obligations), including listed
issues, are valued on the basis of valuations supplied by pricing services or by matrix pricing systems of a major
dealer in bonds. Short-term debt securities with 61 days or more to maturity at time of purchase are valued,
through the 61st day prior to maturity, at market value based on quotations obtained from market makers or
other appropriate sources; thereafter, the value on the 61st day is amortized on a straight-line basis over the
remaining number of days to maturity. Short-term investments with 60 days or less to maturity at time of purchase
are valued at amortized cost, which approximates market.
Portfolio securities for which there are no such quotations or valuations are valued at fair value as determined in
good faith by or at the direction of the Trustees.
2. Repurchase Agreements -- It is each Fund's policy that repurchase agreements are fully collateralized by U.S.
Treasury and Government Agency securities. All collateral is held by the Fund's custodian bank, subcustodian, or
a bank with which the custodian bank has entered into a subcustodian agreement, or is segregated in the Federal
Reserve Book Entry System. In connection with transactions in r