Collective Investment Trust capabilities

Solutions to advance participant outcomes.

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What is a CIT?

Collective Investments Trusts (CITs) are tax-exempt, pooled investment vehicles maintained by a bank or trust company for eligible retirement plans.

Why choose a CIT?

CITs have the potential to be cost effective versus traditional mutual funds with similar strategies, and can lead to lower costs for eligible retirement plans.

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Contact your Retirement Director

Learn more about our available strategies,
onboarding process, and timelines.

For general inquiries, call 800.668.0434
or email dcio@janushenderson.com

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