CalSTRS

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CalSTRSCalifornia State Teachers' Retirement System
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Jana and CalSTRS then suggested modifications such as allowing parents to set restrictions like setting an age and appropriate limits on screen time, hours of the day, and which social media services a child can access upon initial setup of the device.
It's unclear how much interaction Apple's board had with the two shareholders, JANA and CalSTRS.
Given that CalPERS and CalSTRS are the nation's two largest pension funds managing close to $500 billion in assets, and California insurers collect $259 billion in premiums from the state annually (of which most will be allocated back to investing), the sheer size of this investment pool could foreshadow a bigger trend for incorporating carbon reduction into institutional investing.
CalPERS and CalSTRS are the largest public pension funds in the United States and manage a combined $483 billion in assets.
CalSTRS is the largest educator-only pension in the world, with a membership of 868,493 and assets of approximately $187.1 billion as of October 31, 2014.
Note disclosure and required supplementary information will change for nearly every employer, including those that have defined contribution plans or are members of CalPERs, CalSTRs or 1937 Act plans.
While CalSTRS and other long-term investors have long been supportive of diversity as an important attribute of a well-designed board, the 2008 crisis has given investors an opportunity to engage their portfolio companies on how boards are structured: who runs the process, what are the qualifications, what are the criteria and how important is diversity when nominations are considered?
Anne Sheehan, director of corporate governance at the California State Teachers' Retirement System (Calstrs) told top1000funds.com last week that Calstrs will be pushing small companies to adopt majority voting standards.
California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS), with assets of $154 billion as of April, announced last February a factor framework assessing the risks of global economic growth, interest rates, inflation, liquidity, leverage and governance.
After the story appeared, the California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS), the nation's second-largest public pension fund, announced it would vote all of its 5.3 million shares against the entire slate of board members, accusing incumbents of "a breakdown of corporate governance and lack of oversight." The New York City Pension Funds, which holds 5.6 million shares of Walmart stock, also lined up in opposition to certain board members.
However, the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS), the second-largest public pension fund in the country, has filed suit against the retailer for breaching its fiduciary duty by failing to properly investigate and disclose the matter.
The eligibility criteria in terms of climate change solutions are derived from the International Climate Bond Standards scheme, backed by a group of leading, global institutional investors and environmental Non-Government Organisations consisting of the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS); the Natural Resources Defense Council; the California State Treasurers' Office; the Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC); the Carbon Disclosure Project; and the Ceres Investor Network on Climate Risk (INCR).