Lipper has named TIAA-CREF Best Overall Large Fund Company not once, but twice! Hear EVP Rob Leary tell how our disciplined approach has helped millions.
The Lipper Awards are based on a review of 36 companies’ 2012 and 48 companies’ 2013 risk-adjusted performance. The Lipper Award is given to the group with the lowest average decile ranking of three year’s Consistent Return for eligible funds over the three-year period ended 11/30/12 and 11/30/13, respectively. TIAA-CREF was ranked against 36 fund companies in 2012 and 48 fund companies in 2013 with at least five equity, five bond, or three mixed-asset portfolios. Past performance does not guarantee future results. Click here for current performance and rankings.
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TIAA was the vision of the philanthropist Andrew Carnegie — and founded in 1918 through his Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Carnegie Foundation with the goal of supporting the financial well-being of college teachers through a pioneering system of annuities and low-cost life insurance.
TIAA manages $569 billion as of 3/31/14. The assets in the TIAA General Account, variable annuities, mutual funds and private funds are managed by TIAA, TIAA-CREF Investment Management, LLC, Teachers Advisors, Inc. and TIAA-CREF Alternative Advisors, LLC.
Real estate rankings based on institutional tax-exempt assets under management as of June 30, 2013 reported by each responding asset manager. Source: Pensions & Investments, October 28, 2013