CalPERS

Board of Administration Agenda

The CalPERS Board of Administration considers recommendations from individual Board committees and hears other matters related to the administration of retirement benefits and investment management.

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Meeting Agenda for April 13, 2015

8:30 a.m. - Closed Session

  1. Chief Executive Officer's Briefing on Performance, Employment, and Personnel Issues
    (Gov. Code sections 11126(a)(1) and (g)(1))

Meeting Agenda for April 15, 2015

8:00 a.m. - Closed Session

  1. Chief Executive Officer's Briefing on Performance, Employment, and Personnel Issues
    (Gov. Code sections 11126(a)(1) and (g)(1))

9:00 a.m. - Open Session

Or Upon Adjournment or Recess of the Board Closed Session, Whichever is Later

  1. Agenda Items
    1. Call to Order and Roll Call
    2. Pledge of Allegiance
    3. Board President's Report (Oral Report) Rob Feckner
    4. Executive Reports
      1. Chief Executive Officer's Report (Oral Report) Anne Stausboll
      2. Chief Investment Officer's Report (Oral Report) Ted Eliopoulos
    5. Consent Items
      Action Consent Items:Rob Feckner
      1. Approval of the March 18, 2015 Board of Administration Meeting Minutes
      2. Board Travel Approvals
    6. Consent Items
      Information Consent Items
      1. Board Meeting Calendar
      2. Draft Agenda for the May 20, 2015 Board of Administration Meeting
      3. General Counsel's Report
      4. External Affairs Report
        1. Attachment 1
        2. Attachment 2
    7. Committee Reports and Actions
      1. Investment Committee Henry Jones
      2. Pension & Health Benefits Committee Priya Mathur
      3. Finance & Administration Committee Richard Costigan
      4. Performance, Compensation & Talent Management Committee (Oral Report) Michael Bilbrey
      5. Risk & Audit Committee (Oral Report) Ron Lind
      6. Board Governance Committee (Oral Report) Bill Slaton
  2. Action Agenda Items
    1. Annual Review of Committee Delegations Matthew Jacobs
      1. Attachment 1
      2. Attachment 2
      3. Attachment 3
      4. Attachment 4
      5. Attachment 5
    2. Proposed Decisions of Adminitrative Law Judges Rob Feckner
      1. Tina Liles
        1. Attachment A
        2. Attachment B
        3. Attachment C
      2. Yvette Estridge
        1. Attachment A
        2. Attachment B
        3. Attachment C
      3. Michelle Martin
        1. Attachment A
        2. Attachment B
        3. Attachment C
  3. Information Agenda Items
    1. State Legislation Danny Brown
      1. Attachment 1

Closed Session

Upon Adjournment or Recess of Open Session

    1. Litigation Matters (Gov. Code section 11126(e)) Matthew Jacobs
      1. In re: City of Stockton (U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of CA, No. 12-32118); In re: City of San Bernardino (U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Central District of CA, No. 2-BK-28006); and potential bankruptcy litigation
      2. Kesterson, et al. v. CalPERS, et al. (Los Angeles County Superior Court No. BC502628)
      3. Sanchez, et al. v. CalPERS, et al. (Los Angeles County Superior Court No. BC517444)
      4. Centinela Capital Partners, LLC v. CalPERS, et al. (California Second District Court of Appeal No. B255256); Baez v. CalPERS, et al. (California Second District Court of Appeal No. B252772); Centinela Capital Partners, LLC, et al. v. Credit Suisse, et al. (Los Angeles County Superior Court, No. BC532166)
      5. McGlynn v. State of California (San Francisco Superior Court No. CPF-14-514052)
      6. Local 101 of AFSCME v. Edmund Brown, Jr. (U.S. District Court, Northern District of CA No. 5:14-cv-05640-BLF)
      7. Deputy Sheriffs' Ass'n. v. County of San Diego (California Fourth District Court of Appeal No. D065364)
      8. Riverside Sheriffs' Association v. County of Riverside (Riverside County Superior Court No. RIC 1305365)

Notes

  1. Items designated for Information are appropriate for Board Action if the Board wishes to take action. Any Agenda Item from a properly noticed Committee meeting held immediately prior to this Board meeting may be considered by the Board.
  2. The hour designated as the earliest starting time for this meeting is not intended to communicate the expected duration (or ending time) of the preceding meeting.
  3. Public comment may be taken on any agenda item. There is a 3-minute limitation on each public comment, unless otherwise directed by the Board President.
  4. The Board may adjourn into Closed Session to deliberate on any Proposed Decision(s) or Petition(s) for Reconsideration.

Dated: 04-27-2015