Public School Retirement System of Missouri and The Non-Teacher School Employee Retirement System of Missouri, Jefferson City, hired two domestic equity managers to further diversify their investment portfolios, said Craig Husting, CIO of both systems. TCW Asset Management will run approximately $540 million in an all-cap equity portfolio, while DSI International Management will handle $1.06 billion in an enhanced domestic equity index portfolio. Both managers will be funded June 30. Funding for the TCW allocation will come from existing U.S. large-cap value managers Brinson and Barrow Hanley; each will continue to manage $910 million. DSIs funding will come from State Street Global Advisors, which will continue to manage $2.6 billion for both retirement systems. The public school pension fund totals $18.9 billion in assets and the non-teacher fund has $1.4 billion in assets.