AFL-CIO Investment Trust Corporation ("ITC")

The ITC has been retained by PNC Bank, National Association, ("PNC Bank" or "Trustee") to provide investor and labor relations services for the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust ("BIT").  The ITC serves the BIT in a non-fiduciary capacity with a focus on managing investor communications, and providing labor relations assistance to the Trustee in implementing one of the most comprehensive labor policies in the industry.

 AFL-CIO Investment Trust Corporation - Key Staff 
President
Puja Arora
Chief Operating Officer

Lynn Fieldman
Vice President of Construction & Labor Relations

Jessica Itz
Investor Relations Coordinator








AFL-CIO ITC Financial, LLC ("ITC Financial")
Member FINRA ⸳ SIPC
(CRD#: 175356)

ITC Financial is an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of the AFL-CIO Investment Trust Corporation, and is a registered broker dealer under the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Act of 1934, as amended, and member with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (FINRA). ITC Financial has been retained by PNC Bank to provide marketing services in connection with the BIT. 

For more information on ITC Financial's background, please see FINRA's Broker Check.  

For additional information about how to invest in the BIT, or to request additional information, please contact ITC Financial at the following: 

AFL-CIO ITC Financial, LLC
815 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 320
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 898-9190

 AFL-CIO ITC Financial, LLC - Key Staff 
William Little
President & Managing Marketing Director
Member FINRA
CRD#: 6462696
(202) 499-5526
wlittle@itcfinancial.com
Randy Kinder
Senior Vice President
Member FINRA
CRD: 6462705
(202) 499-5523
rkinder@itcfinancial.com

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