Greg JohnsonThank you and good afternoon, everyone. I am Greg Johnson, CEO, along with Ken Lewis, our CFO. As always thanks for taking time today to join us this afternoon and hopefully, you had a chance to listen to the commentary that we made available this morning. I’d like to recap a few of the highlights. This was another very strong quarter despite some challenging global markets and most importantly, investment performance remained strong with over 80% of our assets ranked in the top half of their peer groups for the three-year, five-year and 10-year periods. Long-term net inflows of $18.2 billion, which was a new record for us and through three quarters of our fiscal year, we’ve had three quarters of our four best quarters ever. I would now like to open it up for your questions. Thank you. Question-and-Answer Session Operator (Operator instructions) Your first question comes from the line of Roger Freeman with Barclays Capital. Roger Freeman – Barclays Capital Hi, good evening. I guess, first question, with respect to the new financial reform legislation and sort of bank holding company rules around limiting seed investments for funds management, what are your thoughts around that, given your structure and how you may respond to them. Greg Johnson I think like most, we have been very focused and we are a bank holding company and looking at what impact it may have, but I think like most, it’s a little bit early to speculate. I think our feeling is that once it works its way through the process, which could take a while, many studies to be done, many new rules to come out, will get some clarity around the issue. I think as far as the issue of seeding funds, while that may look like that could be a problem, we don’t anticipate that it should be a problem, but that risk is certainly out there. I think again with our status of a holding company, it’s something that we could change by stop offering some non-core services, but there is also a risk of being deemed a systemically important non-bank company. So that hangs out there as well. So, we really just need a bit of time to get some clarity around these before we really can determine exactly how it will affect us. I think we feel confident that issues like seed capital should be worked out.
Roger Freeman – Barclays CapitalMy second question, just, I guess, around your Global Bond Funds, the returns in the quarter I guess it looks like the Templeton Global Bond was down 2.5% or so. Looking against like the Barclays Global Ag Index, which was about flat, can you talk at all about how that your Global Fund is maybe positioned relative to an index like that or either regionally or sort of within the yield curve? Greg Johnson I can speak in general terms, but again, I am not the PM [ph], so I’d be careful in having me discuss how we’re positioned because that could have changed from where I looked at it the last time, but we had been negative on the euro and positive on Asian currencies. With the euro rebounding somewhat during that period, I am sure that led to some underperformance. But, as far as short-term performance goes and especially in this actively managed fund, there is going to be periods where you underperform the indices. I think that our team is in a better position to address that, and again, I think the overall performance speaks for itself. Operator Your next question comes from the line of Bill Katz with Citigroup. Bill Katz – Citigroup Thank you. Good afternoon, everyone. I guess, two questions. Number one, was thinking about almost a 30% organic growth rate outside the United States. I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about the dynamics behind that and maybe any sort of pipeline into the new quarter [ph] will be interesting and I have a follow on. Read the rest of this transcript for free on seekingalpha.com