Investment Providers and Performance
GW’s retirement plans are supported by two investment providers: TIAA and Fidelity Investments. Vanguard funds are also offered through Fidelity Investments.
Investment Performance Summaries report the recent quarterly performance of the investment options available to GW faculty and staff who participate in the retirement plans.
- For Fidelity's most recent monthly performance information: Retirement Plan Funds at Fidelity (PDF)
- For TIAA's most recent quarterly performance information: Retirement Plan Funds at TIAA (PDF)
Information About TIAA
TIAA was founded by the Carnegie Corporation and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. TIAA offers a fixed annuity, real estate fund and CREF annuities including stock, bonds, social choice, global equities and money market options.
Please review the Contract Comparison Chart (PDF) to understand the features of annuity contract types available from TIAA.
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Information about Fidelity Investments
The Fidelity group of mutual funds was established in 1946. It is one of the largest investment managers in the country, servicing millions of shareholder accounts. Fidelity offers a large number of funds, and your contributions can be directed to any one fund or a combination of funds. Each fund has a different investment philosophy and goal. The funds invest in a wide variety of money market, bond and equity instruments.
Please note that Vanguard funds are offered through Fidelity Investments.
Note: Please contact Fidelity Investments directly to receive additional commercial information published for your use.