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  1. Pension funds take sides on Microsoft executive pay package

    truePension funds have lined up on different sides on the issue of Microsoft Corp.’s executive pay package for CEO Satya Nadella and four other top executives.

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  1. Florida SBA nears decisions on brokerage, collateral management searches

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, is considering five firms in its search for prime brokerage services: Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, New Edge, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Bank of New York Mellon unit Pershing LLC.

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  2. Florida SBA sells private equity stakes to Partners Group

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, sold its stakes in eight limited partnerships in which it invested a combined €314.8 million ($401.5 million) in European private equity, John Kuczwanski, FSBA communications manager, said in an e-mailed response to questions.

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  3. Florida SBA commits $2.88 billion to 19 managers

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, committed a total of $2.88 billion to 19 managers, including its first specific allocation to the China A-shares domestic equity market, investing $100 million with the William Blair & Co. China A-shares commingled fund, John Kuczwanski, FSBA ...

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  4. Florida SBA significantly cuts back $3 billion PIMCO exposure

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, is pulling much of the $3 billion managed by Pacific Investment Management Co. in three portfolios.

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  5. Florida SBA makes changes to its watchlist

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, placed three active U.S. equity managers running $1.5 billion on watch, while it removed two managers running $3.9 billion from watch, said a report for the FSBA.

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  6. Florida Retirement System posts preliminary 17.4% return

    trueFlorida Retirement System returned a preliminary 17.4% for the fiscal year ended June 30, surpassing its benchmark by 38 basis points, the Florida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, announced Tuesday.

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  7. 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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  8. Florida SBA puts $2.46 billion BlackRock bond portfolio on watch

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration placed a BlackRock-managed $2.46 billion core fixed-income portfolio on watch because of the departure of a key decision-maker.

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  9. Florida SBA on lookout for global macro hedge funds

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration is searching for global macro hedge fund managers.

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  10. Florida SBA earmarks $300 million for 3 real estate funds

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration committed a combined $300 million to three real estate funds.

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  11. Florida seeks prime services, collateral management providers

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, issued a solicitation for proposals in a search for prime services brokerage and collateral management services.

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  12. McDonald's shareholders ratify CEO's pay despite opposition by CalPERS

    trueMcDonald's Corp. shareholders on Thursday voted to ratify the compensation of Donald Thompson, president and CEO, and four other top executives by a 93.5% vote, despite opposition by CalPERS.

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  13. Shareholders approve Goldman Sachs pay package, re-elect all directors

    trueGoldman Sachs Group Inc. shareholders Friday voted 83% to ratify the pay package of Lloyd C. Blankfein, chairman and CEO, and four other top executives, according to a statement from the company after its annual meeting.

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