SEI Tax Exempt Trust New York Municipal Bond Fund Class A

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Performance

Trailing returns

1 day   +0.10%
   
1 week   +0.03%
   
4 week   +1.74%
   
3 month   +1.40%
   
YTD   +1.48%
   
1 year   +4.80%
   
3 years*   +2.31%
   
5 years*   +3.58%
   
*annualized
Best 3 month return+5.32%  
Worst 3 month return-3.55%  

Morningstar statistics

Morningstar category: Muni New York Intermediate
  Return Risk Rating
3 years Below Average Low
5 years Below Average Low
10 years Below Average Low
Overall Below Average Low

Key statistics

Total assets152.67M 
Front load-  
Deferred load-  
Expense ratio0.60%  
Management fee-  
Fund familySEI 

Asset allocation

Cash1.38%  
Stocks0.00%  
Bonds98.62%  
Other0.00%  

Purchase information

Initial$100,000  
Additional$1,000  
10.950.00(0.00%)
Jan 29, 4:00PM EST Overall Morningstar RatingTM

Description

The investment seeks the highest level of current income exempt from federal and New York state and city income taxes as is consistent with the preservation of capital. The fund will invest, under normal circumstances, at least 80% of its net assets (plus the amount of any borrowings for investment purposes) in investment grade municipal securities that pay interest that is exempt from federal and New York state and city income taxes, including, but not limited to, municipal bonds, notes and commercial paper. It is non-diversified.
Fund filings (PDF) »
Asset managers:
Richard Bamford (Started: Dec 31, 1999)
Erin Garrett (Started: Dec 31, 2014)
Daniel Rabasco (Started: Dec 31, 2010)
Advisor Company:
SEI Investments Management Corp.
Fund family reports on Morningstar »
SEI Asset Allocation Trust, 1 Freedom Valley Drive, Oaks, PA 19456, USA

Risk

  1 year 3 years 5 years 10 years  
Alpha* -2.49 -0.84 -0.33 -0.28
Beta* 0.81 0.68 0.72 0.73
Mean annual return 0.38 0.17 0.28 0.30
R-squared* 87.36 90.22 89.44 85.51
Standard deviation 1.86 2.66 2.90 3.42
Sharpe ratio 2.44 0.76 1.14 0.59
* Against standard index

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