USPPF-Edge News and Information Dashboard

Listed below are the 50 most recent news articles about United States Pension Funds, continuously gathered from around the globe by the Institute.  The flow of news involved United States Pension Funds in general as well as the activities of specific United States Pension Funds and their investments. Archives are available in this content silo for subscribers (which are permanently maintained).

 

United States Pension Funds News
Ohio Retirement System Eyes Reduced Benefits for New Workers   
(Friday - November 08, 2019) Associated Profiles : Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS)
Source: Ai-cio.com - The $94.1 billion Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) has approved a proposal for a new tier of benefits for future employees that wouldn’t offer benefits as generous as those now provided to current and retired...
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Abortion bills clear Ohio Senate: Capitol Letter   
(Friday - November 08, 2019) Associated Profiles : Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS)
Source: Cleveland.com - 2. Ryan reported owning stock in Newark Leader Printing Co., his family’s business, and in Park National Bank. He also reported investments in a mutual fund and an Ohio Public Employees Retirement System fund and partial...
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New York Pension Fund May Lower Holdings in Stocks   
(Friday - November 08, 2019) Associated Profiles : New York State Common Retirement Fund
Source: Ai-cio.com - The New York State Common Retirement Fund signaled that it may change its investment strategy from equities to bonds. Anastasia Titarchuk, chief investment officer of the $216 billion fund, made the announcement on Monday at the...
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CalSTRS’ revised asset allocation plan cuts equities   
(Friday - November 08, 2019) Associated Profiles : California State Teachers’ Retirement System
Source: Pensions&Investments - CalSTRS on Wednesday adopted a new long-term asset allocation that boosts inflation-sensitive assets, private equity, real estate and risk-mitigating strategies but cuts equities. The $242.1 billion West Sacramento-based...
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New health care perk for 102,000 California state workers, explained   
(Friday - November 08, 2019) Associated Profiles : California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS)
Source: Sacramento Bee - The stipend is loosely based on the amount workers represented by the union pay toward their health insurance each month. Eligible employees who already have CalPERS health insurance will receive the money automatically. Those...
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When to Hire Outside Lawyers to Conduct an Internal Investigation   
(Friday - November 08, 2019) Associated Profiles : New York City Comptroller’s Office: Bureau of Asset Management
Source: Law - Page, a recent case filed in the Delaware Court of Chancery in April (case number 2019-0280). This derivative lawsuit, filed by four New York City pension funds (The New York City Employees’ Retirement System, The...
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2nd Circ. Won't Revive Eaton Stockholders' Spinoff Fraud Suit   
(Thursday - November 07, 2019) Associated Profiles : South Carolina Retirement Systems
Source: Law360 - The proposed class of shareholders, led by the South Carolina Retirement Systems Group Trust, failed to show that the company intentionally misled them about the possibility of spinning off its auto parts business tax free after...
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Bridgeport retirement facility brings in professors to help seniors improve their memory   
(Thursday - November 07, 2019) Associated Profiles : Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds – State Treasurer’s Office
Source: News 12 New Jersey - The retirement facility is bringing in professors from local universities as part of ... art and mathematics all came together Wednesday at STEAMFest at Housatonic Community College. Gov. Ned Lamont is unveiling a new plan he...
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INSIDE THE STATEHOUSE: David Bronner makes his mark on Alabama   
(Thursday - November 07, 2019) Associated Profiles : The Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA)
Source: Tuscaloosa News - Shortly after graduation, he became assistant dean of the UA law school. In 1973, at age 29, he became head of the Retirement Systems of Alabama. (He also earned a Ph.D. from UA in 1972.) Today, Bronner is a youthful looking 74...
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Enhanced Ohio driver’s licenses starting to catch on: Capitol Letter   
(Thursday - November 07, 2019) Associated Profiles : Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS)
Source: The Plain Dealer Cleveland on MSN.com - 2. He reported having IRAs in AK Steel Holding Corp. and U.S. Steel Corp., he has a pension with the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System and an account in Ohio Deferred Compensation. 3. At one point last year he owed over...
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