Pensions & Investments
Ted Eliopoulous, CalPERS Interim Chief Investment Officer, provides an update on the investment climate for the 2014-15 Fiscal Year.
Anne Simpson, CalPERS Senior Portfolio Manager and Director of Global Governance, reviews an array of initiatives aimed at improving the environmental, social, and governance behaviors of corporations.
CalPERS honors Joe Dear and marks the importance of his leadership as CalPERS Chief Investment Officer.
Anne Stausboll, CalPERS Chief Executive Officer, discusses her participation on the New York City “Board of Boards” CEO panel for a discussion of managing toward a vision.
Rob Feckner, President of CalPERS Board of Administration, reports on 2013-14 achievements in CalPERS investments, health care and customer service.
This webinar provides information on the restructure of the Global Equity Emerging Manager program and its objectives.
Laurie Weir, Senior Portfolio Manager, discusses CalPERS Targeted Investment Programs which provide total fund coordination across all asset classes at CalPERS.
Anne Simpson, Senior Portfolio Manager, Investments and Director of Governance discusses manager expectations on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues.
In this three-hour forum, State and local subject matter experts discuss current issues regarding pension policy and trends.
Anne Simpson, CalPERS Senior Portfolio Manager and Director for Global Governance, talks about global efforts to encourage shareholder involvement and financial market reform.
View an on-camera interview with Rob Feckner, President of the CalPERS Board of Administration, on initiatives to enhance Board governance.
The Investment Office examines how environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors can play a central role in the investment process across all CalPERS asset classes.
CalPERS presented a webinar on June 1, 2011, to explore our key programs for emerging investment managers.
Joe Dear, CalPERS Chief Investment Officer, and Alan Milligan, CalPERS Chief Actuary, discuss a possible adjustment in CalPERS 7.75 percent assumed rate of return on investments and the potential impact of such an adjustment on employer pension contributions.
View a video of the workshop that was held on November 8 - 9, 2010 to review CalPERS existing asset allocation and to evaluate alternative allocations.