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Pension Funds Fixate On Climate Change

Managers of pension funds are anticipating a rise in investment complexity and have an increased focus on climate change.

09.22.22
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Governor Lamont Says Today’s Historic $2.8 Billion Special Pension Payment Is One Of The Strongest Fiscal Stability Moves Connecticut Has Made In A Generation

State Comptroller Natalie Braswell’s office is transferring $3.1 billion of Connecticut’s operating surplus into the budget reserve fund.

09.22.22
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Wilshire Launches New Global Index Series

New FT Wilshire Global Equity Market Series captures global investment opportunities with greater precision.

09.22.22
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How Emerging Market Impact Funds Can Reverse The Curse Of Low (Return) Expectations

Private investment is needed to lift billions out of poverty, create jobs, improve the environment, adapt to the effects of climate change and to fill gaps in provision of education, healthcare and financial services. Yet in these markets impact investing is farthest from its potential.

09.22.22
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Morgantown, West Virginia, Police And Fire Pension Funds Lose Money Because Of Stock Market Troubles

The pension funds for Morgantown’s police officers and firefighters each suffered major losses last year because of poor stock market performance.

09.21.22
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GOP Leaders Target ‘Woke’ Investments Through State Pension Funds

Republicans in state capitals across the country are targeting ‘woke’ investments through state pension funds, taking aim at BlackRock.

09.20.22
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State’s Police Pension Fund, Others Settle Class Action

The Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System (OPPRS) and other members of a class action lawsuit have reached a $23.5 million settlement with Evolent Health.

09.20.22
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Texas’s War Against ESG Investing Is Ingenious But Futile

The state’s pension funds have been directed to divest from financial firms such as BlackRock and UBS that supposedly boycott fossil fuels.

09.20.22
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The Secret Source For Mid-Market Investing

Digging into long-term transformative trends is key when trying to find future market leaders.

09.20.22
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Visa, Mastercard, AmEx To Start Categorizing Gun Shop Sales

Payment processor Visa Inc. said Saturday that it plans to start separately categorizing sales at gun shops, a major win for gun control advocates who say it will help better track suspicious surges of gun sales that could be a prelude to a mass shooting.

09.12.22