California State Teachers Retirement System

Major pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and endowments reported lackluster one-year performance as of June 30.
U.S. pension giant CalSTRS wants to use this method of tracking sales from environmental products and services to help it invest.
Rising change-in-control payments can prompt executives to push for a merger that may not benefit shareholders, critics say.
At the second-largest U.S. public pension plan, Ailman takes advantage of a long investment horizon and the scale to negotiate lower fees.
As public pension funds seek to reduce liabilities, putting new hires in 401(k) plans weakens retirement security, new research suggests.
Will the U.S. Department of Labor’s new ESG guidance prompt more pension funds to embrace sustainable investing?
Mary Callahan Erdoes of J.P. Morgan Asset Management says being able to trust others to do the right thing with your assets is more important than anything else.
Ethics have been in rare form on Wall Street for many years, says CalSTRS CIO Christopher Ailman. And it’s the single trait that all money managers should have.
The co-founder of Generation Investment Management weighs in on fossil fuel divestment and what’s wrong with capitalism.
A bill signed on Sunday now allows a position of CFO to be created at the $217.1 billion California Public Employees’ Retirement System.