CalPERS


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CalPERSCalifornia Public Employees' Retirement System
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Of the USD150 million settlement proceeds, CalPERS will recover USD122 million in damages and CalSTRS will recover USD8 million.
Asset owners, including large pension funds like CalPERS are moving to focus engagement and action, where needed, to ensure that companies report on sustainability risk and opportunity.
The action by CalPERS (the nation's largest public employee pension plan) would shorten the amortization period for unfunded liabilities from 30 years to 20 years and raise employer contributions beginning in 2021.
All told, 807 CalPERS members, 771 NYC Funds members and 1,687 "national" members responded to the survey.
In 2016, CalPERS paid $20.5 billion in pension benefits and took in just $14.8 billion in contributions.
CalPERS reviewed the original settlement at The Bee's request.
Bentall Kennedy has received an equity allocation from the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) of USD400 million for the period from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017, the company said.
Akbar said some plaintiffs have tried to accuse CalPERS of hiding the fact that its LTC benefits prices could go up, even though the policy said rates could go up in several places.
Many institutions prize their hedge fund investments for the diversification they can bring to traditional equity and bond portfolios, and many in the industry saw CalPERS' exit as an isolated case.
Bankruptcy Court Judge Christopher Klein, asking for a bigger bite from CALPERS' generous slice of the dwindling pie.
However, while the majority of institutional investors satisfied with hedge fund returns and intending to increase allocations, the California Public Employees' Retirement System, or CalPERS, has surprised the industry by announcing on September 15 that it intends to withdraw all of its hedge fund investments.
In size alone, the dean of the American public pension investing space is inevitably the CIO of the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS).