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  1. Jim Mosman, former CalSTRS CEO and NTCR chief, dies

    trueJim Mosman, former CEO of the California State Teachers’ Retirement System and former executive director of the National Council on Teacher Retirement, died Nov. 4.

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  1. Oracle shareholders narrowly reject proxy access proposal

    trueOracle Corp. shareholders Wednesday rejected a proposal co-sponsored by CalSTRS calling for proxy access.

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  2. Coca-Cola reduces shareholder approved executive equity plan

    trueCoca-Cola Co. announced Wednesday it is backtracking somewhat from its executive equity plan approved in a shareholder vote in April that received opposition from some major pension funds, which called it excessive.

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  3. Institutional investor coalition calls on governments for climate-change policies

    trueA group of 347 global asset owners and other institutional investors representing $24 trillion in assets — including CalPERS, CalSTRS, BT Pension Scheme and BlackRock — called on government leaders worldwide to phase out subsidies for fossil fuels and move to carbon pricing to facilitate ...

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  4. CalSTRS issues call for international equity managers

    trueCalSTRS is searching for three managers to run non-U.S. developed markets equity strategies.

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  5. CalSTRS kicks off infrastructure consortium at White House summit

    trueCalifornia State Teachers' Retirement System, West Sacramento, is developing a multibillion-dollar global syndicate for infrastructure investing, Chief Investment Officer Christopher Ailman announced Tuesday at a Washington summit on infrastructure investment.

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  6. CalSTRS details fiscal year returns

    trueThe chief investment officer of the California State Teachers' Retirement System said Friday that strong domestic equity returns helped the system achieve stellar performance for the fiscal year ended June 30, but warned a correction could come at any point.

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  7. CalSTRS sticks with Meridian as consultant for DC plans

    trueCalSTRS rehired Meridian Wealth Management as an investment consultant to its 403(b) and 457 plans.

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  8. CalSTRS' private equity portfolio outperforms benchmark by 300 basis points annually over 10-year period

    trueCalSTRS' private equity portfolio outperformed its policy benchmark over the 10-year period ended June 30, but failed to top its index over all other periods. Its private equity portfolio returned an annualized 13.8% for the 10-year period, 300 basis points higher than its index, annually.

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  9. CalSTRS commits $1.4 billion to private equity, real estate

    trueCalSTRS made $675 million in private equity commitments and $800 million in real estate commitments in the three-month period ended June 30, said activity reports filed in connection with the $186.6 billion pension fund's upcoming Sept. 5 board meeting.

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  10. CalSTRS picks firms for securities lending, cash collateral management

    trueCalSTRS intends to award contracts to several firms to provide securities lending and cash collateral management services for its equity portfolio.

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  11. Alliant shareholders reject firearms safety proposal filed by 2 pension funds

    trueAlliant Technologies Inc. shareholders Wednesday rejected by a 92.3% vote a shareholder proposal on firearms safety filed jointly by the New York State Common Retirement Fund and the Connecticut Retirement Plans & Trust Funds, a company SEC filing shows.

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  12. CalSTRS returns 18.66% in fiscal year

    trueCalSTRS returned 18.66% in the fiscal year ended June 30, the $189.1 billion pension fund announced on Monday.

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  13. Pension funds to benefit in Citigroup $7 billion settlement

    trueState pension funds in California and Illinois are among the recipients of Citigroup Inc.'s $7 billion in fines and consumer relief to resolve government claims that it misled investors about the quality of mortgage-backed bonds sold before the financial crisis.

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