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CalPERS: “opaquely transparent”

A Columbia Business School case study on CalPERS has criticised the fund for being “opaquely transparent”, with a computation of investment expenses revealing the fund pays three-to-four times its peers in fees. Written by Columbia professor of business Andrew Ang and Columbia CaseWorks fellow, Jeremy Abrams, Californian dreamin’: The mess at CalPERS examines the political, […]
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Columbia students solve governance problems

Financial studies students at one of New York’s most-respected business schools, Columbia Business School, are asked to suggest a new governance model for the State Common Retirement Fund, as its current model of a single trustee is held up to be “the worst example of governance” in a large pension fund in the developed world […]