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  1. Florida State Board allocates nearly $1 billion to alternatives

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration allocated almost $1 billion to alternative investments, including secondary funds and hedge funds.

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  1. Florida SBA names CalPERS vet as private equity senior portfolio manager

    trueWesley Bradle joined Florida State Board of Administration as a senior portfolio manager for private equity.

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  2. Florida State Board closer to green light on raising foreign investment maximum

    trueA subcommittee of the Florida House Tuesday voted to allow the $176.6 billion Florida State Board of Administration to raise its combined allocation to foreign investments to 50% from 35%.

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  3. Florida State Board places INTECH on watch

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, placed INTECH Investment Management, which runs $1.38 billion in active global equity, on watch due to changes in the client relationship structure.

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  4. Florida State Board seeks senior portfolio manager-fixed income

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, is searching for a senior portfolio manager-fixed income, offering a salary range between $120,000 and $180,000.

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  5. Florida board chooses finalists for pension choice educational program

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, named Aon Hewitt and Xerox HR Solutions as finalists in a search for communication consulting firms to support an education program that includes assisting Florida Retirement System participants to make choices in selecting between the FRS defined ...

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  6. Florida SBA eyes lifetime income options for 401(a) plan

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, issued an invitation to negotiate in a search for providers of annuity products and other insured or non-insured lifetime income solutions as a distribution option for retiring participants of the Florida Retirement System's $8.2 billion 401(a) ...

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  7. Florida SBA trustees change target asset allocation

    trueTrustees of the Florida State Board of Administration, Tallahassee, on Thursday approved changes to its target asset allocation for the $138.9 billion Florida Retirement System defined benefit plan, according to a webcast of their meeting.

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  8. Florida SBA on lookout for education program consultant

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration issued an invitation to negotiate for communication consulting firms to support an education program that includes assisting Florida Retirement System participants to make choices in selecting between the FRS defined benefit plan and the FRS 401(a) plan.

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  9. Florida moving $846 million to alternatives funds

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration committed $846 million to alternative investments.

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  10. Florida State Board moves to target-date funds for 401(a) plan

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration plans to offer target-date funds for the first time in the Florida Retirement System's $8.5 billion 401(a) plan, while reducing the number of active investment options to bring in more multimanager approaches, effective July 1.

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  11. Florida SBA picks Hewitt Financial Services for brokerage option

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration plans to offer, effective Jan. 2, participant-directed brokerage accounts managed by Hewitt Financial Services as an investment option for the Florida Retirement System's $8.4 billion 401(a) defined contribution plan.

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  12. Florida SBA names record-keeper finalists

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration named Aon Hewitt and ING Institutional Plan Services as finalists in a record-keeper search for the $8.3 billion 401(a) Florida Retirement System Investment Plan.

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  13. BNY Mellon settles Florida forex suit for $28 million

    trueFlorida State Board of Administration will be paid $28 million by Bank of New York Mellon, global master custodian for a state pension fund, to settle a lawsuit that claimed BNY Mellon overcharged for foreign-exchange transactions.

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