The trustees of the $65 billion North Carolina Retirement Systems will vote on whether to introduce a defined contribution plan when the board meets on Jannuary 20, one of the significant recommendations by the Future of Retirement Study Commission.
The North Carolina Retirement System is in need of a formal asset liability study and is fundamentally understaffed, according to an independent review by Ennis Knupp commissioned by the State Treasurer.
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