Recent News

Select Year:

TRSL Board announces winner in colleges/universities run-off election

Baton Rouge — Thomas F. Stafford, Ph.D., of West Monroe, has been elected to serve on the TRSL Board of Trustees as the representative for active members employed in a college or university. Results from the run-off election were announced at the Board’s December meeting.   Stafford, who is a professor at Louisiana Tech University, received 69.55% of the vote against Cyrille M. Frey of Destrehan. His four-year term on the TRSL ...

Read More

TRSL adds $1.1 billion in assets, DROP interest announced

UPDATE: At its November meeting, the TRSL Board of Trustees adopted revisions to the projected employer contribution rates for FY 2019-2020 due to changes in investment earnings assumptions. The revised contribution rates for all employers represent a decrease from current contribution rates. For K12 employers, the revised rate will be 26.0%, and for higher education employers the revised rate will be 25.3%. These revised rates are subject to app...

Read More

TRSL Board makes interim appointment, receives election results

Baton Rouge - At its October meeting, the TRSL Board of Trustees made an interim appointment to the District 1 seat and received voting results for the colleges and universities election. DISTRICT 1: The board appointed Neshelle S. Nogess, M.B.A. of Lutcher to serve the remainder of the unexpired term of former District 1 trustee Britt Colon who resigned from the board in July. Nogess will serve as an interim trustee until December 31, 2018. ...

Read More

Teachers' pension clinches #1 spot for investment returns

Baton Rouge – The Teachers’ Retirement System of Louisiana (TRSL) ended Fiscal Year 2018 with an 11.56% market rate of return (net of fees), making it #1 among public pension plans with assets greater than $1 billion. “We are extremely pleased with the performance of our investments,” said TRSL Director Dana Vicknair. “Thanks to our strong market return, TRSL has $21.05 billion in assets—up $1.5 billion over...

Read More
Back to Top of Page