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CIO logo | December 14, 2018
105 Leading CIOs, Asset Owners and Consultants Attend Innovation Awards Celebrate 2018 Nominees

Celebration of an extraordinary year draws large, vibrant group of CIOs and leading investors.

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CIO logo | December 13, 2018
Greece Nixes Pension Reductions, Seen as Too Draconian

As the European Commission approves the move, parliament calls off the trims, slated for 2019.

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CIO logo | December 13, 2018
Canada’s Machin Staying the Course with China Despite Tension

Pension board CEO says it will stay cool-headed amid Beijing’s threats over Canadian arrest of tech heiress.

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CIO logo | December 12, 2018
CalPERS Decision to Divest from Tobacco Is Costly

A report found CalPERS missed nearly $3.6 billion in investment opportunities from 2000 decision, but other divestments have worked in its favor.

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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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