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  1. South Carolina hires second executive director in 3 months

    trueMichael Hitchcock was named executive director of the $29.9 billion South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission, Columbia, effective Sept. 8.

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  1. South Carolina commission looking for private markets director

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission is searching for a director of private markets.

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  2. S.C. Treasurer Loftis re-elected; Rep. Cantor loses primary

    trueCurtis M. Loftis Jr. was re-elected as state treasurer of South Carolina on Tuesday, while House Majority Leader, and Wall Street ally, Eric Cantor, R-Va., lost his Republican primary the same night.

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  3. Executive director chosen by South Carolina Investment Commission

    trueSarah Corbett was named executive director of the $29.9 billion South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission, Columbia, on Tuesday.

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  4. South Carolina embarks on major overhaul

    trueThe South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission should rehab governance and investment processes to better manage the state's $29.9 billion in retirement assets, a fiduciary performance audit found.

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  5. South Carolina rehires five fixed-income managers

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement Systems approved new contracts for five existing fixed-income managers that ran an aggregate $2.5 billion as of Jan. 31.

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  6. Czech Asset Management closes 2nd fund at $1.5 billion

    trueCzech Asset Management closed its second direct lending fund, SJC II, with commitments totaling $1.5 billion.

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  7. South Carolina pension fund gets new COO amid continuing strife

    trueW. Greg Ryberg was hired on Friday as chief operating officer of the South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission at a special meeting in its Columbia headquarters. He will start work on Monday.

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  8. South Carolina pumps $6.4 billion into global equity index funds

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission made a big move into passive global equity management, investing a total of $6.4 billion in index funds managed by BlackRock and State Street Global Advisors.

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  9. South Carolina inspector general finds no wrongdoing by investment commission

    trueThere was “no criminal conduct or wrongdoing” by the South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission, Columbia, according to a report from South Carolina State Inspector General Patrick J. Maley.

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  10. Loftis wins another battle with South Carolina Retirement System

    trueCurtis M. Loftis Jr., South Carolina treasurer, won a skirmish in the battle of wills with other members of the South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission through settlement of long-running securities lending litigation with Bank of New York Mellon Corp.

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  11. South Carolina to overhaul $5.5 billion hedge fund portfolio

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission over the next nine months will restructure the $5.5 billion hedge fund portfolio it oversees for the $27.3 billion South Carolina Retirement Systems.

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  12. South Carolina securities lending settlement could net BNY Mellon 10-year custody contract

    trueBank of New York Mellon agreed to pay a total of $34 million to settle securities lending litigation brought by South Carolina Treasurer Curtis M. Loftis Jr.

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  13. South Carolina to pare equity managers list

    trueSouth Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission's investment staff will “simplify” the equity portfolio and broaden investment parameters for fixed-income managers they oversee for the state's $27.3 billion pension fund.

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