To provide long-term growth of principal and income consistent with a broadly diversified portfolio of domestic and international stocks and long- term, high-quality fixed income securities.
Invests in shares of the Pension Boards’ Equity and Bond Funds. Under normal conditions, between 50% and 70% of the Fund’s assets will be invested in the Equity Fund while 30% to 50% will be invested in the Bond Fund.
Brown Investment Advisory & Trust Company (Large Cap Growth)
Fiduciary Management, Inc. (Large Cap Equity)
INTECH Investment Management, LLC (Large Cap Enhanced)
State Street Global Advisors (U. S. Core Equity)
Sasco Capital (Mid Cap Value)
Dimensional Fund Advisors (Small Cap Value and Emerging Markets Value)
Pinnacle Associates, Ltd. (Small-Mid Cap)
William Blair & Company, LLC (SMID Growth)
Dodge & Cox (Non-U.S. Value Equity)
GlobeFlex Capital, LP (Non-U.S. All Cap Equity)
Mondrian Investment Partners Limited (Emerging Markets)
Walter Scott & Partners, Ltd. (Non-U.S. Growth Equity)
Pension Boards In-House Fixed Income Group (Core Fixed Income)
Neuberger Berman (High Yield)
Ashmore Investment Management, Limited (Emerging Markets Debt)
Stone Harbor Investment Partners (Emerging Markets Debt)
Western Asset Management Company (Bank Loan)
Expenses (or expense ratios) are reported as the percentage of total expenses for the management and administration of the Pension Boards’ Balanced Fund and will vary annually. There are no sales commissions, 12b-1 fees, or load charges. Fees as a percent of assets in 2013 were 0.61%.
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