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New Haven City Fund Interviews for Neuberger Berman Replacement

– After deciding to terminate large-cap value manager Neuberger Berman due to fees, the New Haven City Employees Retirement Fund (CERF) Board of Trustees may be approaching a final decision on the firm’s replacement.

Contra Costa Considers INVESCO Fund

– The Contra Costa County Employees’ Retirement Association (CCCERA) reviewed an investment recommendation at its Board meeting Tuesday regarding an Invesco Real Estate managed fund.

Chicago Finance Leaders: Don't Drain Reserve for Pensions

– Chicago's general obligation bond ratings will remain pressured until the city fully fixes its pension mess, top city finance officials told aldermen this week.

Chicago Treasurer Moving On

– Chicago City Treasurer Stephanie Neely, a former public finance banker, is stepping down from the elected post to return to the private sector.

Fairfax County Educators Review PIMCO Relationship

– Following questioning from trustees at the Education Employees’ Supplementary Retirement System of Fairfax County (ERFC), investment consultant NEPC has recommended that its institutional clients keep the Newport Beach, Calif.-based firm on “client review” status.

Evanston Capital Appoints Head of Strategic Business Development

– Evanston Capital Management (ECM), an alternative investment management firm, has hired Lance Donenberg as principal and head of strategic business development.

San Jose P&F Fund Slashes Absolute Return Target

– The City of San Jose Police and Fire Retirement System has made revisions to its asset allocation targets, resulting in a reduction to absolute return investments.

Arizona Safety Plan Looks to Fill Admin Slot

– The Arizona Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS) is accepting applications from prospective administrators.

Kansas City Police Pick Fidelity’s Strategic Real Return Fund

– Thanks to a heightened interest in diversified inflation strategies, the Kansas City Police Employees’ Retirement System (KCPERS) Board of Trustees decided last week to hire Fidelity Investments’ Strategic Real Return Fund.

Fort Lauderdale 911 Removes PIMCO, Lee Munder

– The $795 million Fort Lauderdale Police & Fire Retirement System Board of Trustees has removed PIMCO and Lee Munder from its manager roster.

Ex-SEC Lawyer Warns of Anti-Corruption Ramp-Up

– State and local officials who traditionally believed they are safe from Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement action if they avoided exchanges of services from muni market participants for favors should think again in the face of increased SEC focus on anti-corruption efforts, former commission lawyer Peter Chan said.

OPERS CIO Joins The Ohio State University

– John Lane, the CIO of the Ohio Public Employees’ Retirement System (OPERS), has resigned from his post at the $88.6 billion plan to join The Ohio State University.

Sacramento County Pension Schooled on Debt Backed by Real Assets

– The $7.6 billion Sacramento County Employees’ Retirement System (SCERS) may explore investments in debt backed by real assets, according to documents published by the pension plan.

Post-PPA: What’s In Store for Plan Sponsors

– The Pension Protection Act of 2006 will sunset at the end of the year, which has many stakeholders and consultants predicting future retirement uncertainty for the more than 10 million participants in multiemployer plans across the nation.

Chicago's 2015 Budget Plan Delays Pension Reckoning

– The solution to Chicago’s police and fire pension problems does not lie in Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s newest budget.


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