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Boston Retirement Board remote meeting

The Boston Retirement Board remote meeting will be on September 15 at 10 a.m. 

Members of the public who wish access to the meeting remotely may join from a computer, tablet or smartphone through our online meetingor by telephone at 1-571-317-3122 (Access Code: 618-017-045).

Discussion Topics

  1. Agenda

    Meeting Convenes - Introduction of Members & Guests

    Review and Acceptance of Past Administrative Session Minutes

    Outstanding/Ongoing Administrative Issues: Timothy J. Smyth, Executive Officer

    • Administrative Update
      • Vitech upgrade – discussion only

    Outstanding/Ongoing Investment Issues: John F. Kelly, Investment Analyst

    • Investment Update
    • Core Fixed Income Search – discussion and vote
      • Income Research + Management
      • AFL-CIO
    • Private Markets Planning – discussion only
    • August 2021 Flash Reportdiscussion only
    • Work Plandiscussion only

    Outstanding/Ongoing Financial Issues: Ellen M. McCarthy, Comptroller

    • Financial Update
      • August 2021 Financial Snapshot – discussion only

    Outstanding/Ongoing Operations Issues: Christine M. Weir, Operations Officer

    • Operations Update
      • August 2021 payroll update - discussion only

    Outstanding/Ongoing Legal Issues:  Padraic P. Lydon, General Counsel

    • PERAC memoranda offered for educational purposes only:
    • PERAC Memo 24-2021 re amendment to GL c 32, s. 100 as to police officer eligibility
    • Board Memo re Group Classification of BPD Building Systems Engineer II – discussion and vote
    • Sheila Miller - waiver request - $1,596.49 - discussion and vote
    • Joan E. Wilson - waiver request - $1,418.65 - discussion and vote
    • Labaton & State Street matter - discussion and vote

    The Board shall enter into Executive Session in order to discuss the physical condition or mental health of an individual.  Specifically, the Board shall consider applications for accidental disability retirement benefits, ordinary disability retirement benefits and/or petitions for accidental death benefits.  The Board shall also consider litigation strategy.

    The Board shall re-convene in Administrative Session in order to consider any remaining agenda items and then adjourn.

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