City Attempts Takeover of SDCERS

Forde, Arnella I.; Abramovich, Giselle
July 2005
Investment Management Weekly;7/25/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 29, p1
Reports on the plan of San Diego City, California to take over the San Diego City Employees' Retirement System (SDCERS). Reason behind the planned takeover according to City Attorney Michael Aguirre; Deficit problems of the SDCERS; Opinion of SDCERS officials on the receivership proposal.


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