Bank and trust-controlled collective investment trusts (CITs) may give retail mutual fund companies a run for their money in 401(k) and other defined contribution plans.

Although CITs, also referred to as collective funds or commingled funds, have been available to qualified plans for decades, plan sponsors have historically favored mutual funds for their daily pricing, broader distribution and disclosure.

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