WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) announced today its decision to vote 4.3 million shares against a proposal at the June 16, 2015, Toyota Motor Corporation annual shareholder meeting that would create a dual-class share voting structure.
CalSTRS Pension2 is CalSTRS’ voluntary defined contribution plan. Pension2 offers the opportunity to invest through tax-advantaged payroll deductions in low cost, flexible 403(b), Roth 403(b) and 457(b) plans for additional retirement savings.
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The CalSTRS Pension2 Advisory Committee selects each of the core funds to ensure the highest quality investment choices. The funds are continuously monitored to ensure that they meet the performance standards of CalSTRS and any fund that does not will be placed on the investment watch list. If the fund continues to underperform, a new fund will be selected as a replacement.
Your CalSTRS retirement benefit will replace, on average, about 54 percent of your current salary. Need more for retirement? See the impact of starting a CalSTRS Pension2 savings plan today and the impact waiting just a few years can make.
The CalSTRS Pension2 watch list details which of our current investment options we are concerned with and watching closely. Options placed on the list may, based on our monitoring criteria, later be removed from the watch list or removed/replaced from our available investment options.
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