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LAGERS Pension Funding Increases Beyond 95%

LAGERS Scores High Marks on Annual Information Security Assessment

LAGERS' CIO Named Among Top 30 Chief Investment Officers

Jefferson City, MO – March 28, 2018

The Chief Investment Officer of the Missouri Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS), Brian Collett, has been named one of the Top 30 Public Pension Chief Investment Officers by Trusted Insight.

 According to their website, Trusted Insight is the world’s largest network of institutional investors and their top-30 list “features 30 industry thought-leaders that oversee stellar investment teams, expertly navigate the markets and are instilled with the compassion to serve the beneficiaries of U.S. public pension systems.”

Brian was hired as LAGERS’ first CIO in 2005 and has transformed the System’s portfolio to be one of the top performing funds in the public universe. Under his leadership, LAGERS’ investments have produced a 9.45% annualized, net of fees, return over the last five years, which is 2.33% above the System’s policy benchmark and 2.2% above the System’s 7.25% assumed rate of return.

Brian holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation and is also a Charted Alternative Investment Analyst. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematics from Marian University, a Master’s of Business Administration from Butler University, and currently serves on several advisory boards for numerous US and global investment funds.

Read Trusted Insight's news release here.

LAGERS One-Year Return Holds Strong

LAGERS is pleased to report as of June 30, a one-year investment return of 12.04% (unaudited), net of all fees.

 

Strong investment returns are always good news for members, employers, and taxpayers alike.  LAGERS credits excess investment gains back to the employers helping to ensure the future security of the system and the members we serve.

And while one-year returns are of note, LAGERS greater focus remains on ensuring the long-term security of the system so that Missouri’s local government employers can continue to rely on LAGERS as a tool that attracts and retains the highest skilled, most dedicated public workers into our local communities.

 

 

 

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LAGERS Celebrates 50 Years of Retirement Security

 Jefferson City, MO - January 31, 2017

 

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LAGERS' Megan Loehner named one of the Top 30 Women Rising Stars in Institutional Investing by to Trusted Insight magazine.

Missouri Local Government Employees Retirement System
Missouri Local Government Employees Retirement System
Missouri Local Government Employees Retirement System