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  • Wheaton Police Pension Fund Board to meet May 16

    According to the agenda, the board is expected to discuss several investment-related items, including a quarterly performance review, allocation, a review and amendment of its investment policy and custody of mutual funds. In other business, the board

Custody of Pension Assets and Investment Policy of Pension Fund

Round table on "Custody of Pension Assets and Investment Policy of Pension Funds" on May 30.



Wheaton Police Pension Fund Board to meet May 16 - Chicago Tribune

In other business, the board is scheduled to review its financial statement and fund expenses for the first quarter of 2013. It will also hear the city auditors report on an independent audit.

Other items on the agenda include a trustee appointment, trustee elections, board elections and appointments, the designation of a Freedom of Information Act officer, trustee training hours and requirements, a request for proposal for a financial consultant, actuarial variation assumptions and a contract with and Amen for fiscal year 2013-14.

The meeting will be held in Wheaton Police Department, 900 W Liberty Drive.

For more information, call 630-260-2012, visit http://www.wheaton.il.us/government/commissions/policepension.aspx?id=1042 or email sbarrett-hagen@wheaton.il.us .

The Police Pension Fund Board is created by Illinois state statutes to control and manage the pension fund of the Wheaton Police Department. The board consists of five members whose duties include investing funds, enforcing contributions, keeping records of the board's meetings and other duties related to managing the fund.

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