An RFP release from the San Joaquin County Employees Retirement Association (SJCERA) could be on the way, according to plan documents.
Real Estate: The San Francisco Employees Retirement System (SFERS) will consider up to $170 million in new investment commitments when the Board meets this Thursday.
Real Estate: The School Employees Retirement System of Ohio (SERS) Board decided Monday to release a new search for long-only passive management of listed U.S. public real estate securities, according to new procurement documents.
International Equity: The Los Angeles City Employees Retirement System (LACERS) could soon add its name to the growing list of investors who have taken action against Batterymarch Financial Management.
Alternative Investments: The Arkansas Local Police and Fire Retirement Systems (LOPFI) Investment Committee agreed recently to award Alternative Investment Management (AIM) and KKR & Co. new asset management contracts.
Alternative Investments: The Texas County & District Retirement System (TCDRS) has updated its list of investments with two new funds.
The roughly $225 million Adams County Retirement Plan will interview candidates for an investment consulting contract next month, Pamela Mathisen, executive director at the pension plan told IMMP.
Fixed-Income: Based off recommendations from investment consultant NEPC, the City of Detroit General Retirement System (GRS) Board of Trustees decided recently to terminate Aberdeen Asset Management in order to make room for a MacKay Shields global high yield account.
Real Estate: The Los Angeles City Employees Retirement System (LACERS) has opened up a search for asset managers with REIT investment strategies.
International Equity: The Oregon Investment Council (OIC) approved new international equity investments during its Wednesday meeting.
The Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions (LAFPP) Board can expect to hear a primer on asset allocation this Thursday, plan documents indicate.
A search document for actuarial services has been released by the New Mexico Educational Retirement Board (NMERB).
The Vermont Pension Investment Committee (VPIC), which manages the states more than $3.8 billion retirement portfolio, began accepting proposals Monday for qualified general investment consultants, according to new procurement documents.