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  1. PennSERS moves $370 million to passive equity, commits $215 million to 5 funds

    truePennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System, Harrisburg, moved $370 million to a passive domestic equity account and committed $215 million to five alternative funds, said Pamela Hile, spokeswoman for the $27.6 billion pension plan.

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  1. Pennsylvania Public School Employees assigns $900 million to 3 firms

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System announced $900 million in new commitments.

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  2. Pennsylvania Senate passes pension reform bill

    trueThe Pennsylvania State Senate passed a pensions reform bill Wednesday that intends to update the funding, sustainability and fiscal responsibility of the state's two largest pension funds, said information on the Senate's website.

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  3. PennPSERS makes more than $1 billion in commitments

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System made more than $1 billion in new commitments and investments, documents from the $52 billion pension fund show.

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  4. PennPSERS taps state representative as new executive director

    trueGlen R. Grell was named executive director of the $51.7 billion Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System.

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  5. Pennsylvania Public School Employees posts 8.83% return for 2014

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, returned 8.83% for the year ended Dec. 31, exceeding its policy benchmark return of 6.66%, and added more than $4.2 billion in net investment income for 2014.

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  6. PennPSERS looking to offload $2 billion in private equity stakes

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System is offering about $2 billion of private equity fund stakes for sale after prices for such investments reached the highest levels since the 2008 financial crisis.

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  7. PennPSERS' executive director to retire in March

    trueJeffrey B. Clay, executive director of the $53 billion Pennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System, will retire in March.

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  8. PennPSERS earmarks $800 million for 5 funds

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System committed or invested a total of $800 million to five alternatives funds.

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  9. PennPSERS commits up to $528 million to 4 private equity funds

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System committed a total of up to $528 million to four private equity funds.

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  10. PennPSERS commits $350 million to alternatives funds

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System committed a total of up to $350 million to two alternatives funds.

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  11. Pennsylvania Public School Employees commits, invests $550 million

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, committed a total of $350 million to three investment funds and made two investments totaling $200 million to its in-house co-investment and secondary program, according to documents from the $50.4 billion pension fund.

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  12. Pennsylvania Public School Employees names CIO

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, hired James H. Grossman Jr. as the $50.4 billion pension fund's new chief investment officer.

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  13. PennSERS appoints acting CIO

    truePennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, appointed Thomas F. Brier as acting chief investment officer at its board meeting Wednesday, confirmed Pamela Hile, spokeswoman for the $27 billion pension fund.

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