Chris Grant was appointed CIO at the $9.4 billion Nationwide Pension Fund, replacing Mark Hedges.
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System adopted a new asset allocation, increasing private equity by 2 percentage points to 16%.
Universities Academic Pension Plan is looking to conduct a search for one or more public equity managers before the end of the year.
Allan Normark Nielsen was named head of equities and Morten Hemmingsen was appointed deputy investment director at AP Pension.
St. Louis County Retirement Plan terminated LSV Asset Management from a $28 million active emerging markets equity portfolio.
Andrew Edgell was named senior managing director and global head of credit investments at Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.
Jacksonville City Retirement System cut its target to master limited partnerships and raised targets to emerging and international equities.
Rasmus Cederholm, head of equities at AP Pension, is set to become CIO of the pension fund in June.
Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions voted to retain Brandes Investment Partners, which manages $1.1 billion in active international equities.
Jill Davys joined consultant Redington as its first head of U.K. local government pension schemes.
Public Sector Pension Investment Board formed a joint venture with real estate operating company Bridge Industrial.
Susie Ardeshir was named executive director and CIO of Arlington County Employees' Retirement System, the first woman to hold the posts.
MassPRIM is looking to ramp up its allocation to diverse and emerging managers through an initiative codified by a recently enacted law.
Kentucky Public Pensions Authority added a total of $300 million to two existing open-end core real estate fund investments.
Funding ratios for U.S. corporate pension plans increased in April, driven by strong equity markets.
NPS, with 280 investment professionals at the end of 2019, listed 54 positions to be filled ahead of its portfolio reaching a milestone in assets.
The move could reflect a desire to lessen GPIF's reliance on equity beta as a long-lived stock market rally stretches into extra innings.
New York State Teachers reported a 9.6% return on investments for the quarter ending Dec. 31 and announced several one-year renewals.
After nearly 20 years as CalSTRS CEO, Jack Ehnes is retiring and reflecting on his tenure at the nation's second largest pension fund.
London Pensions Fund Authority committed an additional $69 million to The London Fund, a real estate strategy.
Sacramento County Employees rebalanced its equities and fixed-income portfolios and redeemed from a hedge fund that was on its watch list.
CalPERS board voted to add a long-term incentive plan to the compensation package for its CIO position, starting with the 2022 fiscal year.
Ventura County raised targets to large-cap equity, private debt and private equity, and lowered absolute-return fixed income and Treasuries.
Melrose Industries plans to contribute about $138 million to its GKN U.K. defined benefit funds through an asset sale.
Evan Siddall will become CEO of Alberta Investment Management Corp., effective July 1 and replacing Kevin Uebelein.