To avoid potential litigation concerning a breach of fiduciary duty, some retirement plan sponsors want the lowest-cost structure available. That has helped boost the popularity of collective investment trusts in recent years.

“There’s definitely a steady amount of interest, a steady amount of growth,” says Robb Muse, senior vice president at SEI Trust Company. “The trend is going down market.”

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