WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. (November 15, 2018) – The California State Teachers’ Retirement System today announced that Chief Investment Officer Christopher J. Ailman received the number-one ranking in aiCIO magazine’s 2018 Chief Investment Officer Power 100. The list ranks and profiles the 100 most influential and powerful asset owners in the world.
Nov. 14, 2018 – A coalition of long-term, global institutional and private investors with combined assets of more than $4.83 trillion has come together to create and promote Principles for a Responsible Civilian Firearms Industry. The five principles provide a framework for institutional investors seeking to improve engagement with public and private companies globally that manufacture, distribute, sell or regulate products within the civilian firearms industry in order to address gun safety issues and reduce investment risk.
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Nov. 7, 2018)– The Teachers’ Retirement Board of the California State Teachers’ Retirement System voted to direct investment staff to remove the Fund’s holdings in the two U.S. publicly-held companies that operate private prisons: CoreCivic and GEO Group.
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. (October 23, 2018) – The California State Teachers’ Retirement System announced Kirsty Jenkinson has been hired as the director of corporate governance and will start in January 2019. Ms. Jenkinson replaces Anne Sheehan, who retired in March of this year.
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