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apers

[′ā‚pərs]
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How does APERS ensure that its investment management fees are fair and reasonable?
For instance, the average annual benefit paid by APERS is $12,666.
NPDC staff, members of the autism training team, or both observe the program sites, complete the APERS, and plan with program staff the steps for improving quality (if necessary).
As for its real estate, APERS doesn't hold any individual pieces of property anymore because, Stone said, the retirement system isn't large enough to diversify sufficiently by geography.
APERS alleged that former Brocade CEO Greg Reyes, former CFO Antonio Canova, and several former directors, including prominent Silicon Valley attorney Larry Sonsini, committed securities fraud when the company failed to disclose millions of stock options with improperly altered grant dates.
Steve Farris, D-Malvern, said the major pension funds in the state, APERS and ATRS, were sound and were doing better than other public pension funds around the country.
Without the loss of the APERS contracts, Flake & Kelley would've surpassed 4.
APERS, under the direction of Kie Hall, was the favorite mark.
What might have been APERS third real estate investment, one involving a familiar cast of characters, apparently fell apart in the chaotic aftermath of Gov.
Of the five state pension funds, only ATRS and APERS have opted to add real estate to their mix of investments.
The APERS sent a letter the the Little Rock Sanitary Sewer last year saying the new sanitation workers wouldn't be allowed to participate in the retirement program, according to the lawsuit.
No one at APERS has acknowledged that Grider or his firm had anything to do with the transactions and therefore was entitled to a share of the commissions.