New York State Teachers reported a 9.6% return on investments for the quarter ending Dec. 31 and announced several one-year renewals.
New Jersey Division of Investment reduced the amount of bonuses paid to external alternatives managers by about 3.5% for the fiscal year.
New York State Teachers' Retirement System renewed two consultant contracts and 10 manager contracts. Each was renewed for one year.
Edward Ramos has joined the New Jersey Division of Investment as its first diversity portfolio manager.
New York State Teachers' Retirement System reported that estimated assets dropped 13.5% to $109.5 billion in the first quarter.
New Jersey Pension Fund sustained a negative return of more than 13% from the beginning of its fiscal year on July 1 until Monday.
The New Jersey Pension Fund reduced the amount of management fees and expenses paid for alternative investments in the 2019 fiscal year.
The New York City Retirement Systems is seeking to hire a chief risk officer to replace Miles Draycott, who's held the job since 2015.
An 8% assumed rate of return was once common among state pension plans; now it is rare.
Anastasia Titarchuk was named chief investment officer of the New York State Common Retirement Fund.
NYC Retirement Systems is looking for an executive to manage short-term fixed-income funds and supervise its short-term strategic portfolio.
New York City has issued an RFP for advisers to assist the city's pension system in divesting investments in fossil fuel companies.
The New York State Teachers' Retirement System is looking for a manager of fixed income.
The New Jersey Division of Investment has reduced the number of active management advisers to four from eight, while increasing the passive share.
The New Jersey Pension Fund returned a net 9.06% for the fiscal year ended June 30, topping the pension fund's benchmark of 8.65%.
A series of recent departures by large public plan CIOs represents cyclical turnover, experts say.
Chavon Sutton was named director of diversity and inclusion for the New York City comptroller's Bureau of Asset Management.
Scott Evans, the chief investment officer of the New York City Retirement Systems, will leave on June 29.
The New Jersey Division of Investment is searching for a senior fixed-income portfolio manager to oversee approximately $11 billion in pension fund assets.
Outgoing New York State Common CIO Vicki Fuller looks back proudly on accomplishments the fund has achieved in her nearly six years as chief investment officer.
The New Jersey Division of Investment will hold off making commitments to hedge funds and private equity pending the governor giving a clear signal on future strategy.
New York State Teachers' Retirement System has renewed contracts with four investment managers that run a total of $2.1 billion.
Many public pension plans have reduced their assumed rates of return.
As the New Jersey Pension Plan's assumed rate of return goes down, the political financing battle heats up.