California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS)
Exxon Mobil Corp. shareholders voted in favor of the company's executive compensation package, despite opposition from several large pension funds.
CalPERS and the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan are among asset owners that supported the SEC's proposed transaction fee pilot program.
CalPERS and CalSTRS are taking different paths to achieve a similar goal: lower costs and better alignment of interests in private equity.
When CIO Theodore Eliopoulos leaves the CalPERS at the end of this year, a huge project awaits his successor.
CalPERS is searching for a manager to run its private equity emerging manager program.
CalPERS CIO Ted Eliopoulos said it's likely he'll be joining the private sector when he leaves the $355.9 billion pension fund at year-end.
CalPERS is embarking on a new program to invest directly in private equity and late-stage venture capital through a corporate structure.
CalPERS' board extended Voya Financial's contract while it searches for an administrator for the CalPERS Supplemental Income Plan.
CalPERS' board governance committee changed its policy to make the CEO solely responsible for hiring, evaluating and terminating the CIO.
Theodore "Ted" Eliopoulos, CalPERS' chief investment officer, will be leaving the pension fund at the end of 2018.
CalPERS hired Neuberger Berman to manage $100 million in global bonds, committed $460 million to a joint venture and allocated $7 billion to in-house strategies.
Despite opposition from large pension funds, all 10 Equifax directors were re-elected and the company's executive compensation package was approved.
The biggest buyout portfolios aren't always the best when it comes to risk and returns, a study shows.
Asset owners are starting to press their money managers on gender diversity
California bills, including one that would have allowed new state workers to opt out of CalPERS in favor of a DC plan, failed to pass a Senate committee.