Pension Funds

Pension Funds

Lane, Robert S., "The Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act," The Journal of Commerce (June 18, 1959), 6. Miller, Eugene, "Trends In Private Pension Funds," Journal of Finance, XVI (May 1961), 313-27. Moffit, G. W., Jr., "Management ...

Author: Peter O. Dietz

Publisher: Free Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105033775292

Category: Pension trusts

Page: 166

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Alternative Investing by State and Local Pension Funds

Alternative Investing by State and Local Pension Funds

Hardpressed for resources , governments are more concerned than ever in streamlining the rules that govern the investment and management of public pension funds , for any i - provement in return reduces the contributions required frc ...

Author: John E. Petersen

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924002120214

Category: Pensions

Page: 142

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Categories: Pensions

Pension Funds and Economic Power

Pension Funds and Economic Power

... Teamsters Central States , Southeast see Sears , Roebuck pension plan and Southwest Areas pension fund , Sears , Roebuck pension plan , 84 – 90 , 46 119 , 201n , 213 , 247 Teamsters ' Union welfare fund , Senate Securities and ...

Author: Paul P. Harbrecht

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015030430956

Category: Pension trusts

Page: 362

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Report of Examination of Public Employees Pension Funds

Report of Examination  of  Public Employees  Pension Funds

Аs of December 31, 1979, this retirement fund held investments comprised of various issues of governmental and corporate bonds, and corporate stocks, which are commented upon as follows. ВОNDS The portfolio of bonds in the principal ...

Author: Illinois. Pension Division

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112083854601

Category: Civil service

Page:

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Categories: Civil service

The Money Market Directory of Small Pension Funds

The Money Market Directory of Small Pension Funds

Name, City, State, Page Number Rank New Kensington Police Pension Fund, New Kensington, 324 PA p. 2165 325 Vancouver Firemen's Pension Fund, Vancouver. WA p. 2558 326 O'Fallon Police Pension Fund. O'Fal|on. IL p.

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ISBN: NWU:35556034728139

Category: Institutional investments

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Categories: Institutional investments

Report of Examination Public Employees Pension Funds

Report of Examination  Public Employees  Pension Funds

COOK COUNTY = CITY OF CHICAGO FUNDS (Cont'd) Municipal Court and Law Department Employees' Annuity and Benefit Fund Of Chicago ... House of Correction Employees' Pension Fund Of Chicago ...

Author: Illinois. Department of Insurance

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ISBN: UCBK:C109291269

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Page: 392

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Downstate Firemen s Pension Funds Digest of Governing Act and Summary of Financial Operations

Downstate Firemen s Pension Funds  Digest of Governing Act and Summary of Financial Operations

The foregoing trend Exhibit reveals that the aggregate actuarial reserve deficiencies of the Firemen's Pension Funds have risen constantly year-by-year during the 10-year period set forth. There are several reasons responsible for this ...

Author: Illinois. Pension Division

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ISBN: UIUC:30112084848495

Category: Fire fighters

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Categories: Fire fighters

Directory of Pension Funds and Their Investment Managers

Directory of Pension Funds and Their Investment Managers

More than $10 billion is invested in funds based on KLD's indexes. ... PensionGold PE provides l ged to comprehensive business functionality that is :* pension funds specific business processes, as such ason-nero easy integration with ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556036591907

Category: Institutional investments

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Largest pension and tax-exempt funds.
Categories: Institutional investments

Democratizing Pension Funds

Democratizing Pension Funds

Employee Ownership, Pension Funds, and Economic Power The “Socialist Revolution” In 1976, Peter Drucker proclaimed that the United States had become the first truly socialist country because the ownership of the means of production by ...

Author: Ronald B. Davis

Publisher: UBC Press

ISBN: 9780774858311

Category: Law

Page: 268

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This book will spark a debate concerning the need for democracy and accountability in the governance of trillions of dollars of plan members' pension plan assets and the legitimacy of the present, mostly unaccountable, corporate governance decisions made by these plans. The author analyzes the reasons for this passivity, pointing to conflicts of interest with respect to corporate governance activity in pension plans and also to limitations in corporate, securities, and pension law. He argues that plan members should be given a voice in pension plan governance and the plans made accountable, and he outlines the legal reforms necessary.
Categories: Law

Risk Based Supervision of Pension Funds

Risk Based Supervision of Pension Funds

Whereas many international solvency requirements for pension funds focus only on capital requirements, FTK, incorporates both quantitative and qualitative elements in assessing the sustainability of the funding policy, and conforms more ...

Author: Greg Brunner

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 082137494X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 236

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'Risk-Based Supervision of Pension Funds' provides a review of the design and experience of risk-based pension fund supervision in countries that have been leaders in the development of these methods. The utilization of risk-based methods originates primarily in the supervision of banks. In recent years it has increasingly been extended to other types of financial intermediaries, including pension funds and insurers. The trend toward risk-based supervision of pensions reflects an increasing focus on risk management in both banking and insurance based on three key elements: capital requirements, supervisory review, and market discipline. Although similar in concept to the techniques developed in banking, its application to pension funds has required modifications, particularly for defined contribution funds that transfer investment risk to fund members. The countries examined–Australia, Denmark, Mexico, and the Netherlands–provide a range of experience that illustrates both the diversity of pension systems and the approaches to risk-based supervision, and also presents a commonality of focus on sound risk management and effective supervisory outcomes.
Categories: Business & Economics