See Fund Documents
For more information, see Documents for Fund or Underlying Fund.
Purchase, Sale, and Transfer Restrictions
Direct transfers from this stable value fund to competing funds are restricted. Competing funds include, but are not limited to, the following types of investment options: (1) cash funds (like the VT Cash Management Fund), money market mutual funds, bank collective short-term investment funds, bank accounts or certificates of deposit (such as the VT CD Account option), stable value funds or substantially similar investment options that offer guarantees of principal or income, such as guaranteed annuity contracts or similar arrangements with financial institutions; (2) short-term bond funds that invest in fixed income securities and seek to maintain or have an average portfolio duration of less than three years; (3) any investment option that invests 80% or more of its assets in (i) fixed income securities or funds with a duration of less than three years, or (ii) instruments that seek to provide capital preservation such as stable value funds, bank certificates of deposit or bank accounts, and cash or cash equivalents; and (4) a self-directed brokerage account. To transfer money from this stable value fund to a competing fund, you must first transfer the amount to a non-competing fund for a period of at least 90 days. For example, if you want to transfer money from this stable value fund to the VT Cash Management Fund, you will first need to transfer the money to a non-competing fund and then, 90 days later or any time thereafter, transfer that amount of money to the VT Cash Management Fund.