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Your employer has found a way to have custom managed portfolios or Collective Investment Trusts ("CIT") as your investment options...
No, they don't have "tickers" because they are not "mutual funds" or registered security products traded on an exchange. Sounds like these are new funds, so they don't have a track record. The manager probably does - and under DOL regulations, the names of the portfolio managers must be disclosed to you - and you can research them.

My company, when coming out of bankruptcy, went the CIT route instead of continuing to use Fidelity mutual funds. The CITs were (apparently) all brand new. We saw "track records," not for these new funds' actual performance (since they were brand new), but for a basket of securities like what the fund would have held had it been around earlier.
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