Board trustees of the Alabama Trust Fund, a more $2.5 billion state fund shored from oil and gas capital payments, have issued a new RFP for international equity managers.
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.
The Oregon Investment Council (OIC) approved new international equity investments during its Wednesday meeting.
With expectations to conclude R.V. Kuhns & Associates asset/liability study in March, the Kansas City Police Employees Retirement System (KCPERS) Board did not waste any time this month to approve new investments in global equity and core real estate.
A firm that has been on the watch list at the City of Fresno Retirement Systems (CFRS) since 2011 could find its contract terminated if trustees follow the advice of its consultant NEPC.