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  • Montana Board of Investments Commits To Two New Funds

    May 26, 2016 - Violet Baron

    The $9.9 billion Montana Board of Investments disclosed commitments to two new private equity funds at its May 24-25 board meeting.
  • California Deferred Comp. Plan Issues $1B Equity Mandate

    May 06, 2016 - Michael Paterakis

    The state of California has launched a search for U.S. large-cap growth equity managers and large-cap value equity managers to take on more than $1 billion from its $10.6 billion Savings Plus Program—its deferred compensation plan that has a 401(k) and a 457 component.

Plan Sponsors

  • MassMutual, MetLife Buy Out $1.6 Billion PPG Pension

    Jun 28, 2016 - Violet Baron

    Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company has announced an agreement with the paints and coatings company PPG to transfer $1.6 billion in pension liabilities for about 13,400 retirees and their survivors.
  • PSRS/PEERS Lowers Assumed Rate of Return, Changes Asset Allocation

    Jun 27, 2016 - Violet Baron

    The $38.6 billion Public School and Education Employee Retirement Systems of Missouri (PSRS/PEERS) disclosed changes to their assumed rate of return for investments and asset allocation at their June 14 board of trustees meeting.

Consultants

  • Avondale Acquires Nashville Financial Adviser

    Jun 29, 2016 - Michael Paterakis

    Nashville, Tenn.-based investment consultant Avondale Group has acquired a smaller cross-city competitor, The Stein & Gooch Company.
  • Milliman Hires Defined Contribution Head

    Jun 27, 2016 - Michael Paterakis

    Milliman has hired Dennis Sain in the newly created role of head of defined contribution sales and marketing for the northern United States in its employee benefits practice.

Investment Managers

  • Brinker Names Chief Administrative Officer

    Jun 29, 2016 - Michael Paterakis

    Asset manager Brinker Capita has appointed Jason Moore in the newly-created position administrative officer and member of the firm’s executive committee.
  • Fidelity Lowers Costs For Index Funds

    Jun 29, 2016 - Michael Paterakis

    Fidelity Investments unveiled plans to reduce fees on 27 index mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, a move that sets the active manager in direct competition with Vanguard known for its low-cost, passive products.
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