Tag: Scott Stringer
Increase raises total assets in emerging managers initiative to $8.8 billion.
Institutional group wants the top 20 public power companies to make good on Paris Agreement goals.
The city’s five pension plans are major stockholders in the company that is escaping from New York.
Proposals demand end to nondisclosure agreements and noncompete clauses.
David Enriquez will handle city’s $12 billion PE portfolio, which spans its five pension systems.
Social network CEO shouldn’t have dual role, say financial officials from NYC and three states, backing Trillium plan.
Scott Stringer is urging shareholders to vote for board transparency resolution.
Hiro Mizuno of GPIF is calling for RFPs to create a new global environmental index.
Seeking climate change-related damages, city files lawsuit against five major oil companies.
Positive M/WBE data drives success for NYC pension funds.
Scott Stringer is looking for environmentally conscious fund managers for city’s pension funds.