Annual Report, Valuation Report & Investment Plan
SURS is required to provide participants and benefit recipients with financial statements, including the report of the independent auditors regarding those statements.
The valuation reports provide information on the funding status of SURS and include a determination of the State contribution level. The experience study compares actual experience to expected experience based on information for the period from June 30, 2006 to June 30, 2010.
The Investment Plans review the results of each fiscal year and define the strategy for the new fiscal year in accordance with the Board-approved asset/liability study and Investment Policy.
Corporate governance policies, proxy policy statement, and quarterly issue summary reports.
Listing of Investment Committee members and board approved meeting minutes.
Details of SURS asset allocations, custodians, managers, and Service Providers. These reports include data pertinent to the Traditional, Portable, and Self-Managed plans.
Pursuant to Illinois Public Act 93-0499, current investment information regarding SURS asset allocations, custodians, managers, and Service Providers can be found below. This report includes data pertinent to both the Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution plans.
Contact information as well as fees paid to investment managers are enclosed in this section. The contact information for service providers to the investment department may also be found.
A comprehensive overview of the SURS investment portfolio.
The Investment Beliefs serve as a guide in the board’s decision making process and a reference point for future board and staff decisions.
The investment philosophy, guidelines and practices that SURS employs to manage the System´s assets.
Procurement practices include sample Request for Proposals (RFPs) as well as RFPs currently issued for active searches. This section also includes an Investment Management Agreement required by managers entering into a contract for investment services.
Details of SURS asset allocations, managers, service providers, income, expense, fees, brokerage and class actions. The information pertains to the Traditional, Portable and Self-Managed plans
These Questionnaires lay the groundwork for SURS to evaluate potential providers of investment management services.