Real Estate: The employee pension plan for the second largest U.S. state has mapped out its private real estate goals for fiscal year 2014.
Next month, Board members for a Columbus, Ohio-based school employees retirement fund are likely to tackle future asset allocation options to be implemented by Fiscal Year 2014.
Fixed-Income: Cambridge, Mass.-based NEPC is assisting a pension client based in the Commonwealths capital city to find risk conscious investment managers for its nearly $3.5 billion portfolio.
Watershed Investments was due to discuss potential changes in investment strategies at a Colorado County plan Monday.
U.S. Equity: The New Castle County Employees Pension Program, based in New Castle, Del., has opted to siphon a Madison Square Investors account in favor of Vanguard's index management.
Alternative Investments: A 1,500-member retirement system based in a Western Massachusetts city has begun accepting proposals from alternatively-minded investment managers, IMMP has learned.
Fixed-Income: International portfolio managers should take note of a recently approved investment search offered by a $2 billion Midwest police and fire pension fund.
U.S. Equity: A more than $500 million police pension fund headquartered near the Gulf of Mexico is planning to take a look at a domestic money management account after reservations were reported over performance woes.
The Ventura County Employees Retirement Association (VCERA) is currently reviewing nine firms in consideration of a consulting contract at the plan.
Investment consultant Gray & Company is nudging a Michigan City pension client to undertake a new asset/liability study given interest rate uncertainty and low performance numbers.
International Equity: A utility workers retirement plan discussed one of its international equity managers last week and was directed to place the firm on its watch list.