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CIO logo | December 11, 2018
NYC Appoints Former White House Private Equity Expert as CIO

Alex Doñe will provide direct investment advice to the five New York City Retirement Systems.

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CIO logo | December 11, 2018
Google Sued Over Data Breach by Rhode Island

Lawsuit alleges executives at Alphabet Inc. hid vulnerability that allowed 52 million users' privacy to be compromised.

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CIO logo | December 10, 2018
Despite Good Returns, Iowa Public Pension’s Unfunded Liability Likely to Grow Slightly

Lack of contributions are the problem for IPERS, critic says.

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CIO logo | December 07, 2018
NYC Comptroller Crowns New Private Equity Chief for Investment Bureau

David Enriquez will handle city’s $12 billion PE portfolio, which spans its five pension systems.

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CIO logo | December 06, 2018
If Pension Overturn Sticks, Kentucky GOP Plans to Pass a Reform Anyway

As the state Supreme Court mulls whether to reinstate the new Republican pension law, the party’s lawmakers look for a Plan B if they lose.

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CIO logo | December 06, 2018
Brazil’s Next President Wants Piecemeal Reforms for Pensions

Jair Bolsonaro wants age increases for retirement eligibility slowly integrated sector-by-sector.

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CIO logo | December 06, 2018
California Supreme Court Hears Pension Reduction Case

But the court might rule on a narrower issue, continuing the controversy over whether the benefits promised employees are fixed for life.

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CIO logo | December 06, 2018
Ted Eliopoulos Joining Morgan Stanley

The former CalPERS CIO will oversee six investment team leaders and bolster the investment bank’s relationships with its asset owner clients.

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CIO logo | December 05, 2018
Oregon PERS Scrambles for Ideas to Bolster Public Pension Plan

Gov. Kate Brown wants to put $2 billion into schools and retirement system.

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CIO logo | December 05, 2018
Balyasny Hedge Fund Clips One-Fifth of Staff

After $4 billion in losses and withdrawals, it reverses its ambitious hiring program.

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CIO logo | December 05, 2018
CalSTRS Investment Committee Was Split on Private Prison Divestment

The vote to divest from CoreCivic and GEO Group was 6-5 during an emotional meeting.

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