The Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund (CTPF) is committed to serving our members. Our pension fund serves more than 88,000 members and administers benefits totaling nearly $1.5 billion annually.
We provide for the financial security of a group of dedicated individuals who serve, or have served, the Chicago Public Schools/Charter Schools through a career in public service as teachers, principals and administrators. For more than 120 years, CTPF has protected the retirement and health of our members by working to continuously improve and safeguard their benefits. As the State of Illinois’ oldest public pension fund, we ensure that our members’ benefits and earned retirements are as enduring as the mark they have left on thousands of young lives throughout their careers.
Expert investing is the technical side of caring and we invest wisely locally, nationally, and globally — building portfolios and funding enterprises that support Minority, Women, and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (MWDBE) firms. Coupled with an unwavering commitment to retirement security and wellness, we help create equity in the future for generations to come.
The Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund (CTPF) is governed by a 12-member Board of Trustees. Trustees include six trustees elected by the active teacher membership, one trustee elected by the active principals and administrators, three trustees elected by the retired membership, and two trustees appointed by the Board of Education.
The CTPF Pensioner Trustee election concluded at 5:00 p.m. November 7, 2019. Pensioners elected three Trustees who will serve two-year terms through 2021. The newly elected Pensioner Trustees are (listed in alphabetical order):
Certified Election Results
Employers provide a vital link between members and the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund (CTPF). Accuracy in reporting and payment is important, as CTPF’s effectiveness in benefit administration rests largely on the data reported by Employers, which determines members’ creditable service credit, creditable earnings, retirement contributions, and their future retirement benefits.
The Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund (CTPF) has established a Whistleblower Reporting Hotline where complaints can be submitted through an interview, anonymously, or self-identified. Complaints may also be submitted on line, emailed, or faxed.
The contact information for the Whistleblower Reporting Hotline is:
Competitive procurement processes are used by the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund (CTPF) to select vendors for most major goods and services contracts in compliance with CTPF’s applicable procurement policies. CTPF encourages participation from a diverse selection of businesses. See below for information about our procurement process, policies, and opportunities. Information about specific solicitations is broken down between Investment and Non-Investment Procurements.
The Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund (CTPF) responds to all public record requests in compliance with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 ILCS 140, and the CTPF Board of Trustees’ adopted Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) rules.
The Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund (CTPF) provides financial security for a group of dedicated individuals who serve, or have served, the Chicago Public Schools/Charter Schools as educators and administrators. As the state’s oldest public pension fund, we ensure that our members’ benefits and earned retirements are as enduring as the mark they have left on thousands of young lives throughout their careers.
Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund
425 S. Financial Place
Chicago, IL 60605-1000
CTPF Phone and Fax Number
CTPF Office Hours: Monday through Friday
Member Services 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Administrative Offices 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.