OCERS May Change Asset Allocation

Sorondo, Marc
July 2006
Investment Management Weekly;7/24/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 29, p3
The article reports on the possibility that the Orange County Employees' Retirement System (OCERS) will change its asset allocation based on the recommendations of its consultant Callan Associates. Several changes have been suggested by Callan on the asset allocation of OCERS. They include a reduction in the California plan's fixed-income exposure and the introduction of an absolute return allocation.


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