Illinois beats investment return goals amid pension stalemate
from Crain's Chicago Business
Illinois is beating pension investment goals despite a long-running stalemate over restructuring its retirement systems, according to the executive director of the Illinois State Board of Investment. William Atwood, whose board oversees three funds covering state employees, judges and General Assembly members, said they earned 14.6 percent through the year ending Sept. 30, exceeding the goal of 11.8 percent.
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