CalSTRS Revamps Governance Rules

M. S.
November 2006
Investment Management Weekly;11/13/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 43, p4
The article reports on the approval of governance policy changes of the California State Teachers' Retirement System. The policy has placed limitations on political contributions and has required an increase in disclosure by members of the board about their activities and communications with third parties regarding investment transactions.


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