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Boston Retirement Board Meeting

The Boston Retirement Board will hold a Board meeting on August 17, 2022, at 10 a.m.

Discussion Topics

  1. Agenda

    Administrative Session

     Meeting Convenes - Introduction of Members & Guests

     Review and Acceptance of Past Administrative Session Minutes

     Outstanding/Ongoing Administrative Issues: Christine Weir, Interim Executive Officer

    • Administrative Update
    • Staff update & MBTA – discussion only
    • Move request- discussion only
    • IT Security - discussion only
    • COLA- discussion only
    • Legislation updates - discussion only

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

    •       Investment Update
    •       Real Estate Search – identify shortlist
    •      Q2 2022 Performance Summary – discussion only
    •      July 2022 Flash Report – discussion only
    •      Work Plan – discussion only

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

    • Financial Update
    • July 2022 financial snapshot – discussion only
    • Kathy Riley final valuation 01/01/2022-discussion only

    Outstanding/Ongoing Operations Issues: Lauren Santillana, Interim Operations Officer

    • Operations Update
    • July 2022 payroll update – discussion only

    Outstanding/Ongoing Legal Issues:  Natacha Thomas, General Counsel

    • Legal Update
    • PERAC Memo #20-2022 - offered for educational purposes
    • O'Leary v. CRAB, et al., SJC-13229 (August 11, 2022)

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

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

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