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  1. 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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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. BNY Mellon settles with Pa. funds, stays on as custodian

    trueBank of New York Mellon will pay a total of $19 million in a settlement with the $49.4 billion Pennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System, $25.7 billion Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System and the Pennsylvania state treasury over losses the three sustained in an investment ...

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  6. PennPSERS commits $300 million total to 3 funds

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System committed a total of $300 million to three funds.

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  7. Pennsylvania Public School Employees posts 2.9% return for quarter

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System reported a 2.9% return for the quarter ended Sept. 30.

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  8. PennPSERS makes more than $1 billion in new commitments, investments

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, made more than $1 billion in new commitments and investments.

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  9. Dell finally gets privatization deal approval

    trueA majority of Dell Inc. shareholders approved the joint proposal by Michael S. Dell, chairman and CEO, to acquire the company for $24.9 billion in partnership with Silver Lake Partners, based on a preliminary vote tally from Thursday's special meeting, according to a Dell statement. A count wasn't ...

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  10. Pennsylvania Schools, Domini back Dell/Silver Lake privatization proposal

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System and Domini Social Investment each has voted its Dell Inc. shares in favor of the company-endorsed buyout, led by Michael S. Dell, chairman and CEO, and Silver Lake Partners.

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  11. Pennsylvania Public School Employees fund looks to replace CIO

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, is searching for a chief investment officer.

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  12. Pennsylvania committee approves bill to close 2 state DB plans

    trueLegislation that would create a new defined contribution plan and close Pennsylvania's two defined benefit pension plans was approved by the state Senate Finance Committee on Wednesday.

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  13. PennPSERS commits $375 million to 3 alternatives funds

    truePennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, made three commitments totaling $375 million.

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