Managed ETF solutions are in their initial phase in entering the retirement plan industry to provide much needed alternatives to current products such as target date funds. The Church Capital ETF Global Growth and Church Capital ETF Global Balanced has hired Dorsey Wright & Associates as sub-advisor for these relative strength driven ETF asset allocation funds. They are currently available on the following platforms:
MG Trust Company
Collective Investment Funds
CIF’s are specific to retirement plans only and registered under the banking regulations enforced by the office of Comptroller of Currency, which is part of the U.S. Treasury. CIF’s are issued cusip numbers and trade over the NSCC. CIF’s are created and administered by trust companies. The Church Capital funds use Altatrust, Denver, CO as their trust company. CIF’s are a natural fit for ETF money managers such as Dorsey Wright because they allow for unique strategy flexibility and inexpensive to create and manage.
These funds are portable to any 401k platform and Altatrust continues to complete new agreements with various 401k providers. In addition to making relative strength strategies available to any 401k plan, Church Capital and Altatrust provide a side benefit to plan sponsors of these plans by signing off as 3(38) fiduciaries for the management of these funds.
Church Capital ETF Global Growth, Global Balanced (QDIA)
By providing two different ETF asset allocation funds, the majority of 401k participant risk profiles can be met. Each fund retains a static asset class allocation, but provides the dynamic relative strength rotation management of ETF’s within the asset class allocation.
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