Each year, the Actuary for CTPF prepares Funding and GASB 67/68 Actuarial Reports as part of the annual close of the fiscal year. The Funding report is presented to the Board of Trustees for review and approval. This report includes funding status and other related matters to meet the various regulatory requirements. The GASB 67/68 report assists CTPF and its primary employer to comply with financial reporting requirements, and is also utilized in the preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) that is audited by the Fund’s external auditors.
Each year, CTPF prepares a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). The report contains financial results of the Fund’s operation in a fiscal year. The CAFR is audited by an Independent Auditor who expresses an opinion as to whether the financial reports fairly present the Fund’s financial condition for the fiscal year. The CAFR also includes investment, actuarial, and statistical information about the Fund for the fiscal year.
The Trustees of CTPF have a strong commitment to the economy of the State of Illinois. At CTPF, we are committed to promiting economic activing in Illinois via our holdings and our use of Illinois-based external managers and broker/dealers. We monitor our Illinois managed assets monthly and look for opportunieis to prudently increase our holdings in Illinois, while maintaining a diversified portfolio.
The Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund remains committed to minority, female, and disabled participation in all areas of CTPF investments. Below are the CTPF’s response to the Minority and Female Investment Hearing Questionnaires for years 2016 to 2020.
The Chicago Teachers' Pension Fund remains committed to providing Minorities, Women, and Persons with Disabilities owned business enterprises (MWDBE) access to do business with CTPF. We maintain a strong committment to providing MWDBE firms with more opportunities to provide goods and services to our fund.
This report examines the impact that Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund (CTPF) educators have outside the classroom, and the economic benefit pensions have on the City of Chicago and the State of Illinois.