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As investors in the health care sectors, we view competition and innovation as both good for the bottom line of the companies in which we invest and good for the health of our members," said William Atwood, Executive Director, Illinois State Board of Investments.
Illinois State Board of investment executive director William Atwood said his pension scheme will keep their 10 per cent allocation to hedge funds because they are a good way to protect against market swings.
Smith formerly served as Chairman of the Illinois State Board of Investment, chairman of the National Alliance for Fair Contracting, and a member of the Illinois Department of Labor Advisory Board.
Independent Walmart shareholders continue to push for Walmart to be transparent in holding its executives accountable for costly compliance problems," said William Atwood, executive director of the Illinois State Board of Investment, a co-filer.
In addition, Congressman Mel Watt (D-NC), Congressman Edolphus Towns (D-NY) and William Atwood, Executive Director of the Illinois State Board of Investment, will also give brief remarks.
Proposal 5, Request for Annual Report on Recoupment of Executive Pay, was filed at Walmart by a global investor coalition led by the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust (Trust) and the Illinois State Board of Investment and will be considered by investors at the company's June 6, 2014 annual meeting.
Smith brings a vast amount of experience in this area, as he is the former Chairman of the Illinois State Board of Investment, the Chairman of the Central Laborers' Pension Fund, and a Trustee of the Laborers' National Pension Fund.
employees for protesting wage and working conditions, the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust ("Trust") and the Illinois State Board of Investment are leading a global investor coalition calling on Walmart to publicly disclose whether it has clawed back pay from executives whose actions have caused significant financial harm to the company and its owners.