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  1. Halliburton investor class action certified

    trueA group of pension funds and other institutional shareholders can pursue a class-action lawsuit against Halliburton Co., a U.S. District Court in Dallas ordered July 27.

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  1. Revisions to IORP applauded in U.K.

    trueA draft report on the proposal for the second iteration of the European pensions directive, known as the Institutions for Occupational Retirement Provision II, has been broadly welcomed by the U.K.’s trade body for occupational pension funds.

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  2. MIRA completes buyout with PIC for pension fund

    trueThe MIRA Retirement Benefits Scheme completed a £70 million ($108.5 million) buyout with Pension Insurance Corp. for the entire pension fund.

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  3. Federal Thrift Savings Plan to explore implementing brokerage window

    trueThe governing board of the Federal Thrift Savings Plan has given plan executives the go-ahead to explore adding a self-directed brokerage account for mutual funds to the plan’s investment menu.

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  4. Summit County, Colo., sticks with Milliman as record keeper

    trueSummit County, Colo., rehired Milliman to provide record-keeping and administrative services for its $45 million 401(a) plan.

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  5. Mercer adds to DC team in London

    trueStephen Budge will join consultant Mercer, a spokesman for the firm confirmed.

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  6. Large U.K. companies on the hook for additional investment risk

    trueFTSE 350 companies are on the hook to underwrite an additional £100 billion ($155.2 billion) of investment risk within their pension funds, said a new report by Lincoln Pensions.

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  7. U.K. pension funds team up

    trueThis month, the London Pensions Fund Authority and Lancashire County Pension Fund said they will go ahead with a partnership that aims to reduce costs and increase investment opportunities.

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  8. Equities a sinking allocation for corporate DB plans

    trueThe heyday of equities in corporate defined benefit plans is over. Corporate pension plan allocations to equity have declined to a new low.

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  9. Comments about Dodd-Frank

    trueAs with any regulatory and legislative efforts, the Dodd-Frank Act has its critics and supporters. To gauge the impact of the law, Pensions & Investments reporters reached out to regulators, architects of the bill, money managers, plan sponsors and others about its effect on institutional ...

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  10. PBGC looks to reduce reporting waivers for large plans

    trueFewer large defined benefit plan sponsors will be able to skip Section 4010 reporting under a rule change the PBGC will propose shortly.

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  11. Ohio School Employees returns 3.87% in fiscal year

    trueOhio School Employees Retirement System, Columbus, returned a net 3.87% in the fiscal year ended June 30, matching its benchmark, a spokesman said in an e-mail.

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  12. PSP Investment Board posts 14.5% return for fiscal year ended March 31

    truePublic Sector Pension Investment Board, Montreal, returned 14.5% in the fiscal year ended March 31, a spokesman said.

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  13. CPPIB promotes from within to replace outgoing head of secondaries, co-investments

    trueMichael Woodhouse was named managing director and head of secondaries and co-investments at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.

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