National Conference on Public Employee Retirement Systems

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NCPERS New Members: 2023

The National Conference on Public Employee Retirement Systems (NCPERS) is the largest trade association for public pensions, representing approximately 500 plans, plan sponsors, and stakeholders. Meet the newest members of the NCPERS network.
NCPERS New Members 2023

By Bridget Early, Director of Membership and Strategic Alliances

NCPERS members include pension funds, stakeholders (unions, retiree groups, and plan sponsors); and service providers. This unique network of trustees, administrators, public officials, and investment professionals who collectively oversee approximately $4 trillion in retirement funds managed on behalf of seven million retirees and nearly 15 million active public servants.

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Welcome to our newest members:

Q2: 2023 New Members


  • Dividex Management LLC

  • ArcLight Capital Partners

  • Lyrical Asset Management

  • Monroe Capital


  • Russell Investments

  • Schall Law Firm

  • WCM Investment Management

  • Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors L.P.

  • Kahn Swick & Foti

Pension Fund

  • Teachers' Retirement System of Louisiana

  • District Attorneys' Retirement System

  • Miami Beach Police Officers' Relief and Pension Fund


  • Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 112 Inc. 


Q1: 2023 New Members



  • Comerica Institutional Trust, Custody & Investment Services

  • GQG Partners

  • MLC Asset Management

  • Wasatch Global Investors

  • Euclid Fiduciary

  • Amundi US

  • ICS

  • DoubleLine

  • Cboe Global Markets

  • Ariel Investments

Pension Fund

  • Idaho Department of Correction

  • PSAB Municipal Retirement Trust


  • Defined Benefit Retirement Protection Fund


  • Institutional Investor Network

Investment Consultant

  • Wilshire Advisors

Emerging Manager

  • Digital Alpha Advisors LLC



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