MAY 24 - At a regular meeting on May 22 and 23 in Anchorage, the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation Board of Trustees approved changes to the Investment Policy, including authorizing the creation of three new internally managed programs for stocks, co-investment of absolute return funds and co-investment of private equity. These additions follow on the heels of successfully bringing in-house programs to manage non-U.S. bonds and infrastructure co-investments.
APR 22 - The Alaska Permanent Fund earned 3.9% on its investments in the third quarter of fiscal year 2013, bringing the fiscal year-to-date return to 11.6%. The Fund’s stock portfolios were the greatest contributors to the total returns, with the U.S., non-U.S. and Global stock portfolios a little under 20% for the fiscal year-to-date.
APR 9 - The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (APFC) seeks an Accountant to contribute their talents on our 10-member Finance team. APFC, which manages $46 billion in Fund investments, is a State of Alaska employer that provides all State benefits for Exempt Service employees, in a professional and positive work environment. Starting salary range is $51,000 - $64,000 per year, DOE.
APR 3 - The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation seeks an experienced Credit Analyst to evaluate and monitor an actively managed portfolio of investment grade corporate and sovereign debt. As part of our 4-member Fixed Income team that oversees a $9 billion bond portfolio, your decisions will have a significant impact on the performance of the fixed income portfolio. We provide a competitive compensation package in a dynamic, collegial team environment. In this position, located in Alaska’s scenic capital, Juneau, you’ll collaborate with a team of dedicated staff who value our diverse small city culture and immediate access to world class fishing, skiing, hiking and other outdoor pursuits.
MAR 1 - The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation Board of Trustees amended the infrastructure guidelines in the APFC’s investment policy at its regular meeting on Wednesday and Thursday in Juneau. In addition, the Board moved toward international real estate investments and expanding the range styles within the stock portfolio.
|unaudited, as of May 23, 2013|
|Non US Stocks||$9,895,400,000|
|Non US Bonds||$1,202,300,000|
|Real Return/External CIO||$3,279,300,000|