Harnessing the Collective Power of Our Assets


The AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (BIT) is a bank collective trust for which PNC Bank, National Association (PNC Bank) is Trustee. The primary objective of the BIT is to generate competitive risk-adjusted returns by investing in commercial real estate. As a collateral objective, BIT investments help create union jobs and promote positive labor relations.

Securities offered through AFL-CIO ITC Financial, LLC

The BNY Mellon AFL-CIO Equity Index Funds offer competitively-priced, low-cost equity index fund solutions designed to meet the needs of union pension plan investors. There are four different index funds currently open and more in process. Funds are available to pension and annuity plans with no minimum investment size and no minimum plan size. All of the proxies in each of these funds will be voted in accordance with the AFL-CIO’s Proxy Voting Guidelines.


The Wilmington Trust | AFL-CIO Target Date Funds seek to balance long-term needs for total return and stability by providing investors with the appropriate mix of growth, income and capital preservation depending on proximity to their target retirement date. The suite of 12 target date funds are open for investment. The AFL-CIO Target Date Fund Services has a number of customized features designed with union members? unique retirement needs in mind.


    AFL-CIO licensed funds offer eligible pension and retirement plans the opportunity to diversify their portfolios, reduce risk and enhance returns through prudent investments.  First and foremost, the goal of each fund is to meet its investment objectives and criteria.  To the greatest extent consistent with that goal, the fund will also implement its applicable labor policy. The implementation of any labor policy is subject to compliance with all relevant fiduciary duties, including under ERISA where applicable, and other applicable laws.

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