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  1. Harvard endowment compensation sparks letter from alumni

    trueA group of alumni that has previously criticized Harvard University for how much it pays its endowment managers is again finding fault after compensation more than doubled in three years at the university's investment arm.

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  1. Wisconsin Investment Board increases staff incentive compensation by 66% for 2013

    trueState of Wisconsin Investment Board, Madison, paid $13.3 million to staff in incentive compensation for 2013, rewarding performance for exceeding benchmark returns largely over the previous five years.

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  2. CalPERS doubles employee bonuses as losses recouped

    trueCalPERS doubled bonuses to its staff as the $278.3 billion fund recouped losses suffered in the recession.

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  3. Florida SBA advisory council recommends 70% pay raise for Williams

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, could raise the combined annual base salary and incentive award of Ashbel C. Williams Jr., executive director and chief investment officer, 70.3% to $553,500, if recommendations of its investment advisory council are adopted by trustees.

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  4. 22 MassPRIM staffers get raises

    trueTwenty-two staff members at the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board, Boston, were given raises, according to a letter to the board.

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  5. New pay structure created by MassPRIM hoped to help staff retention

    trueMassachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board approved a new compensation structure geared toward helping recruit and retain investment professionals.

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  6. CalPERS cuts bonuses to retirement system's investment pros

    trueCalPERS reduced its bonuses to 55 investment professionals last fiscal year to a total of $3.6 million, from $4.1 million 12 months earlier, according to data provided by the $239.3 billion pension fund.

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  7. Public pension fund governance: alignment of responsibility with authority

    trueAn important area of public pension fund governance that has not received sufficient attention is alignment of governance responsibility with corresponding authority.

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  8. Massachusetts PRIM's decision made tougher

    trueA legislative loophole may be adding to the pressure facing the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board to craft a compensation plan better able to attract and retain key investment professionals overseeing the state's $50 billion pension fund.

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  9. CIO departure spurs Mass PRIM pay debate

    trueThe imminent departure of longtime Chief Investment Officer Stan Mavromates helped spark an unusually contentious meeting of the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management board on June 7, focused on the system's compensation policies for staff.

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  10. South Carolina chooses McLagen to consult on compensation

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission selected McLagan to provide compensation consulting services, pending contract negotiations, Adam Jordan, interim CEO.

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  11. UTIMCO doles out $7.2 million in bonuses; CEO gets $1.88 million

    trueUniversity of Texas Investment Management Co. handed out $7.2 million in bonuses to 29 managers after investments topped benchmarks for three straight years.

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  12. Chart: Top paid CIOs of tax-exempt institutions

    trueEndowment execs top pay list for tax-exempt institutions.

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  13. Endowment execs top pay list for tax-exempt institutions

    trueJane Mendillo, Harvard Management Co.'s president and CEO, tops the list of highest-paid chief investment officers — with total compensation of $4.75 million in according to a list of the top 50 earners from executive search firm Charles Skorina & Co.

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