CREF

AcronymDefinition
CREFCollege Retirement Equities Fund
CREFCommercial Real Estate Finance
CREFComputer Ready Electronic File
CREFCross Reference
CREFComplément Retraite de la Fonction Publique (French: Civil Service Retirement Complement)
CREFClosed Reduction External Fixation (medical technique)
CREFConnection Refused
CREFConseil des Recteurs Francophones (French: French Council of Rectors; Belgium)
CREFComputer Ready Electronic Files
CREFCapital Region Energy Forum
CREFComputer Resources Evaluation Facility
CREFCentre de Recherche en Ecologie et Forestrie
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The purpose of the CREF participant meeting is to elect nine individuals to serve as Trustees for four-year terms.
The optimal portfolio is 78.15% TIAA Real Estate Account (QREARX), 20.90% CREF Bond Market Account (QCBMRX), and 0.95% CREF Equity Index Account (QCEQRX).
The cases against NYU and Yale also specifically site this investment option (CREF Stock Account), among others.
MBA CREF Convention attendance averaged approximately 250 people in 1991, when Cardwell first joined MBA.
Based in the former Monarch Capital office in Norfolk, Virginia, the Monarch CREF Group will be co-managed by senior vice presidents Jeremy Starkey and Chas Wright.
The CREF management, he told me over the phone, "[Was] both aware of, and sympathetic to, concerns about the occupation." He added: "That was different than what I expected."
More than 30 delegates recently attended the second meeting of the CREF, which saw of a number of different scenarios discussed to help identify how best practice could be introduced and managed in each building project.
Thus, the analysis is based on realized investment performance over the 10 years beginning on April 1, 1997 (when the CREF Inflation-Linked Bond fund was launched), and extending through March 31, 2007 (the last completed month as of the date of our analysis) (10) Sixteen Vanguard index funds were initiated before the April 1, 1997 start date.
CREF's existence is actually due in part to Andrew Carnegie, who endowed a fund in 1918 to support the establishment of the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Corporation.
Specifically, because CREF managers hire appraisers to undertake valuations at least annually for each individual property within a fund, an economic incentive exists for these appraisers to furnish valuations beneficial to asset managers.
Another large section of the book is devoted to the origins of the variable annuity concept and the establishment of CREF in 1952.