We check in with Chris Ailman, the CIO of the California State Teachers’ Retirement System, which manages close to $200 billion. Ailman is spearheading the North American efforts of the 300 Club, an organization dedicated to rethinking asset ownership and financial markets as we know them.
CalSTRS’ chief investment officer said the pension plan will be close to fully funding the target allocation of its new $20 billion risk mitigation asset class by December — six months ahead of schedule.
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