With divorce rates at an all-time high, it is more and more common that residents in Riverside County will be forced to utilize the services of the California Family Law Courts. This could be for simple divorces with no issues or complex family law cases with custody, visitation, child and spousal support and asset and debt division. No matter how simple or complex the case, if your residence is in Riverside County the Riverside County Family Law Courts will be where your case is filed and processed. Each county in California essentially handles family law cases in the same way, […]
Modern Technology and the Courts Intersect
With the advance of technology, as well as the widespread use of it, it is no surprise that almost any piece of information is available online. This is no different for most court records for California and specifically the Superior Courts of Riverside County. With 58 Counties in California, most of these courts have made available court proceeding information for anyone who cares to look it up. While the amount of information available does vary from County to County, and also depending on the type of case, for the most part, access to specific information […]
CalPERS is officially looking to fill the position of Chief Actuary. This person will analyze the financial consequences of risk as it pertains to CalPERS pension plans. The results will be available for government use, outside auditors, compliance agencies, plan participants and shareholders.
For more information view the original press release here.
Today CalPERS announced that they have name a new Chief Executive Officer. Marcie Frost was named and brings close to 2 decades of pension industry experience. She previously served as the executive director of the Washington State Department of Retirement System. Currently she will oversee close to 3000 employees and a massive 1.7 billion dollar budget. Learn more about the CalPERS press release here.
In a press release on Thursday, June 23rd, 2016, CalPERS announced that they are looking to invest up to $11 billion within the next 5 years in its Transition Manager Program. The overall goal is to diversify investments as well as reduce risk and importantly invest in mid-sized investment managers.
CalPERS also uses this program as a sort of trial for mid-sized emerging investment managers to watch growth and determine if they may be a good candidate for entering the CalPERS system as larger and more established managers. For more information about this annoucement you can view the original release here.