Archive December 2023
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Considering an In-house Modernization: What You Need to Know
By: Kevin Lynch, Linea Solutions
Pension organizations often face a critical decision between rewriting their current systems, upgrading with commercial vendors, or pursuing in-house modernization. This article delves into why some organizations are going the in-house route, the advantages and disadvantages of doing so, and the planning that an in-house modernization requires.
What Are the Key State and Federal Issues for Public Pensions to Watch in 2024?
NCPERS held a webinar on December 5 to discuss the legislation and state activities that could impact public pensions in the coming year.
Institutional Investors Increasingly Using REITs in Portfolio Completion Strategies
By: David Sullivan, Nareit
Nareit’s Investor Outreach team has met with some of the world’s largest institutional investors over the past several years. Based on these conversations, Nareit expects more institutional investors will be considering REITs as part of portfolio completion strategies to gain access to a broad range of property types and geographic diversification, or to enhance their portfolios’ ESG attributes.
Public Pension RFP Roundup
Brought to you by NCPERS for December 2023
Data Driven Pension Funds via Right-Sized Solutions: A Guide for Mid-Market Public Pension Plans
By: Lou Eperthener, ICS
The path towards a data-driven future for mid-market public pension plans is paved with the right partnerships and right-sized solutions.
Maximizing Returns Through Asset Protection and Recovery
By: Javier Bleichmar, Erin Woods, Nancy Kulesa, and Ross Shikowitz, Bleichmar Fonti & Auld LLP
This article discusses recent scholarly work examining the prevalence of undetected corporate misconduct and the importance of institutional investors in seeking to recover losses to maximize asset values.
Public Pensions: New Discount Rate, New Strategy?
By: Colyar Pridgen, Capital Group
A new Actuarial Standards Board requirement for reporting public pension liabilities may prompt plan sponsors to consider allocations to actively managed long duration fixed income.