LACERS

AcronymDefinition
LACERSLos Angeles City Employees Retirement System
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The city's recent agreement with the coalition of major labor unions terminates the coalition's litigation against LACERS pension reform.
Established in 1937 under the exclusive management and control of a Board of Administration, LACERS covers over 30,000 active employees and 15,000 retirees.
LL: Talking about the board of LACERS, how did it become integrated into a diverse board?
RA: I think the history of the LACERS board over the last maybe 10 years, maybe even going back 15 years, has had some diversity to its makeup, and that's primarily because four out of the seven members are appointed by the Mayor, and previous mayors have made an attempt to include diversity in their appointments throughout the city of Los Angeles for their commissioners.
Los Angeles, CA -- On March 27, 2008, amongst old friends, peers, proteges and family, LACERS veteran Raul Aguallo celebrated his retirement from public service after 33 illustrious years with the California Pension System.
Furthermore, General Manager of the Los Angeles City/Employees' Retirement System (LACERS), Robert Aguallo Jr., announced recently that they retained the services of NAA Member Consultiva Internacional, to develop a quality database with substantive information on emerging brokerage firms.
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