Regents Policy 6105: Policy on Disclosure of University of California Retirement Plan and General Endowment Pool Investment-Related Information

Approved May 26, 2005
Amended March 29, 2012

This document sets forth the policy of The Regents on disclosure of information relating to the investments of the University of California Retirement Plan (the UCRP) and the General Endowment Pool (the GEP). The purpose of this policy statement is to make clear how and what investment-related information will be routinely disclosed to participants in the UCRP and the general public.

  1. The Chief Investment Officer provides investment-related information on the UCRP and the GEP to The Regents' Committee on Investments and the Investment Advisory Committee in a manner consistent with the requirements outlined in the Investment Policy Statement for the University of California Retirement Plan approved by The Regents on November 18, 2004 and the Investment Policy Statement for the General Endowment Pool approved by The Regents on March 17, 2005. Current and historical materials are publicly available on The Regents' website within the section on Meeting Agendas and Schedule.
  2. A report on private equity internal rates of return is publicly available on the Chief Investment Officer's website on a quarterly basis.
  3. The Chief Investment Officer's Annual Report for the most recent fiscal year is also available on the Chief Investment Officer's website. The report provides asset allocation and performance of the UCRP, the GEP, and other UC investment funds.
  4. As soon as practicable after each calendar year, a complete listing of all assets held by the UCRP and the GEP at calendar year end will be posted on the Chief Investment Officer's website. Each listing will include the asset's market value at the end of the year. The assets will be grouped in the standard categories used by the custodian bank to group the assets in the asset reports provided to the Chief Investment Officer.

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