How Pension Trustees Can Ensure Compliance With SEC Pay-to-Play Rules

Raymond M. Sarola, an attorney and former trustee of New York City’s pension systems, has penned a column explaining how trustees can ensure they don’t violate the SEC’s pay-to-play rules, and how they can handle a violation if one does occurs. The column, published in Pensions & Investments, begins with an overview of the rule in question: The ...

Firms Managing Illinois Pension Money May Have Skirted Pay-to-Play Rules By Donating To Rauner Campaign

Over the course of his campaign, Illinois governor-elect Bruce Rauner accepted contributions from executives from firms that manage portions of the state’s pension money, according to a new report from David Sirota. Those contributions may violate SEC pay-to-play rules, under which investment firms can’t make donations to politicians that have ...
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