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man's hand holding a rising arrow Cerulli’s survey of target-date managers shows that 70 percent now offer a CIT version of target-date mutual funds, with 26 percent of managers not requiring a minimum asset investment. (Photo: Getty)

Plan sponsors are moving 401(k) assets from traditional mutual funds to collective investment trusts at a record clip, according to analysis by Cerulli Associates.

Nick Thornton

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