He replaces Laurie Martin as head of the $40 billion Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds.
The world’s largest hedge fund took a long tilt in its positions leading up to the market dive, underestimating the coronavirus threat.
New deal would provide ‘hundreds of millions of dollars in budgetary relief’ for the troubled state pension.
Shawn Wooden taking select cues from New Jersey in maneuver’s approach.
Shawn Wooden examines tapping lottery and extending bond payments to bridge huge gap.
Commission still grappling over plan to tap state assets like office buildings to feed ailing retirement program.
Denise Nappier eyes lottery-backed revenue bonds to support Teachers’ Retirement Fund.
Officials point to state lotto, real estate, and benefits changes to help decrease the $127.8 billion shortfall.
Lotto revenue and income from unused state land could help shore up ailing public retirement system.
Commission will study state’s fiscal situation in an attempt to boost the state-worker retirement system’s low 41% funding level.
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