Board of Trustees

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"To provide, protect, and enhance the present and future economic well-being of members, pensioners and beneficiaries through efficient and effective management of benefit programs, investment practices and customer service, and to commit to earning and keeping the respect and trust of the participants through quality service and by protecting retirement benefits, in compliance with applicable laws and standards."

Board Responsibilities

Illinois statutes provide for a Board of Trustees to be responsible for the administration of the Fund. The Board of Trustees appoints the Executive Director to operate the Fund. The Board of Trustees and the Executive Director hire and monitor independent advisors to facilitate the operations of the Fund. These advisors work with Fund management and staff to assist in achieving objectives and goals of the Fund. Advisors include investment managers, investment consultants, a master custodian, a Fund actuary, independent certified public accountants, a Fund attorney, and other operational consultants.

General Goals

General goals put in place to help achieve this mission include:

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Last Modified 11 27 2006