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  1. House budget calls for higher federal employee contributions and lower G Fund return

    trueThe House adopted a fiscal year 2016 budget Wednesday that calls for higher retirement contributions from federal workers and a lower rate of return for the Thrift Savings Plan's G Fund.

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  1. Korea Investment Corp. looking to add overseas offices in Asia, Middle East

    trueKorea Investment Corp. is looking to expand its overseas network with offices in Asia and the Middle East.

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  2. Kentucky pension obligation bond bill fizzles out as legislative session ends

    trueA bill to help prop up the Kentucky Teachers' Retirement System with $3.3 billion in pension obligation bonds fell apart Wednesday after state lawmakers failed to sign off on the proposal before the legislative session ended.

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    truePublic pension funds will continue to shape public policy, budgets and potentially credit quality for states, said a report from Standard & Poor's.

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  4. Waltham Contributory Retirement in hunt for manager of managers or OCIO

    trueWaltham (Mass.) Contributory Retirement System is seeking proposals from investment managers to provide either manager-of-managers or outsourced CIO services.

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  5. ERISA Advisory Council to study derisking and lifetime participation

    trueThe Department of Labor ERISA Advisory Council will spend 2015 taking an in-depth look at pension fund derisking and lifetime plan participation.

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  6. GIC, Exeter Property Group form European real estate partnership

    trueSingapore sovereign wealth fund GIC formed a €300 million ($328 million) real estate partnership with Exeter Property Group.

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  7. Who is leading in DC innovation? P&I wants to know their names

    truePensions & Investments and the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association are seeking to identify and honor defined contribution plan executives who are advocating for — and doing the most to accomplish — changes in their plans that improve participants' retirement outcomes.

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  8. Missing the point of employer groups in Tibble fee case

    trueThe March 9 editorial, “Wasting 401(k) plan assets,” contains a number of inaccuracies and misrepresentations of the employer community's position on Tibble vs. Edison, the pending U.S. Supreme Court case involving 401(k) plan fees. The undersigned organizations filed an amicus brief on Jan. 23 in ...

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  9. A judge's call for 401(k)s

    trueThe federal judge who oversaw the Detroit bankruptcy case, Steven W. Rhodes, has offered a blunt assessment of the future of public retirement systems, calling for officials to consider moving to defined contribution plans.

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  10. Calvert focusing on DC plans in bid to boost institutional business

    trueMore emphasis on corporate defined contribution plans is part of the growth strategy of Calvert Investments Inc. under new President and CEO John Streur.

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  11. Norway's Government Pension Fund is on top of the world

    trueA glance at the largest sovereign wealth fund – Norway's Government Pension Fund Global.

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  12. McNabb: Small companies need simpler 401(k)s

    trueThe U.S. needs a simplification of the administration around 401(k) retirement plans, said F. William McNabb III, CEO and chairman of The Vanguard Group Inc.

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  13. Pension risk transfer scorecard

     

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