The BBH Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund Class I (“the Fund”) had a total return of -0.88% in April, compared to the return of -0.71% for the benchmark Bloomberg Barclays 1-15 Year Municipal Index.

The ongoing COVID-19 crisis continued to weigh on the Municipal bond market in April as investors responded to the sharp drop in U.S. economic activity. Unlike taxable corporate bonds, which significantly outperformed Treasuries, municipal bonds continued to lag. The yield ratio between municipals and Treasuries increased markedly during the month to 317%, 234%, and 179% for the 5, 10, and 30-year terms, respectively. Federal support for municipals is widely viewed as weaker than that for corporates and a potential Federal aid package for states has become increasingly politicized. Moreover, comments related to enabling states to file for bankruptcy have logically stoked fear. Lastly, mutual funds were hit with additional outflows of roughly $2 billion, which contributed additional pressure.

We are pleased to note that there were $65 million of inflows to the Fund in April. The timing was fortuitous given the much wider spreads in the Municipal sector, and we were active during the month investing this new capital. Considering the unprecedented credit challenges, our purchases emphasized securities that are closely related to states or the federal government. Examples of these included School District issues, State Housing Authority bonds, and the General Obligation bonds of states such as California. Apart from these securities, we also added Northshore University Health System bonds from a new issuance that offered wide spreads despite their very strong balance sheet.

Periods of elevated market volatility often help generate attractive opportunities and we have added our fair share over the past couple of months. As in the past, heavy forced selling and new issue concessions have allowed us to purchase high-quality bonds at much wider spreads than they should have. We remain cognizant of the credit challenges before us and will remain selective and patient in evaluating new opportunities. Owning a collection of durable credits1 that will weather this storm remains our highest priority.

1 Obligations such as bonds, notes, loans, leases, and other forms of indebtedness, except for Cash and Cash Equivalents, issued by obligors other than the U.S. Government and its agencies, totaled at the level of the ultimate obligor or guarantor of the Obligation.

Morningstar Rating for Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund as of 4/30/2020

Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund performance as of 4/30/2020

Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund Share Class Overview as of 4/30/2020

Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund Composition Tables as of 4/30/2020

Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund Composition Tables as of 4/30/2020

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There is no assurance that this investment objective will be achieved.

Diversification does not eliminate the risk of experiencing investment losses.

Investors in the Fund should be able to withstand short-term fluctuations in the fixed income markets in return for potentially higher returns over the long term. The value of portfolios changes every day and can be affected by changes in interest rates, general market conditions and other political, social and economic developments.

Investing in the bond market is subject to certain risks including market, interest-rate, issuer, credit, maturity, call and inflation risk; investments may be worth more or less than the original cost when redeemed.

Income from municipal bonds may be subject to state and local taxes and at times the alternative minimum tax.

The Fund also invests in derivative instruments, investments whose values depend on the performance of the underlying security, assets, interest rate, index or currency and entail potentially higher volatility and risk of loss compared to traditional stock or bond investments.

As the Fund's exposure in any one municipal revenue sector backed by revenues from similar types of projects increases, the Fund will also become more sensitive to adverse economic, business or political developments relevant to these projects.

Asset allocation decisions, particularly large redemptions, made by an investment adviser whose discretionary clients make up a large percentage of the Fund's shareholders may adversely impact remaining Fund shareholders.

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