How to Invest in the BIT

The BIT accepts investments on a quarterly basis and can accept investments from multiemployer plans, single employer plans, and public employee plans that have union member beneficiaries as well as labor union staff plans.  To qualify as an investor, a plan must qualify or be eligible under certain provisions of the United States Internal Revenue Code.

For additional information about the BIT or to request an Investment Memorandum, please contact:

AFL-CIO Investment Trust Corporation
815 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 320
Washington, DC 20006
202.898.9190
 


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