HELENA — The Montana Public Employees’ Retirement Board on Friday will interview three candidates for the next executive director of a number of state retirement funds.
HELENA — Roxanne Minnehan, the executive director of the state agency that manages eight public pension systems, has agreed to retire, but the state will continue to pay her pension and health care benefits until mid-2015.
HELENA — Roxanne Minnehan was reinstated Tuesday as head of the state agency managing eight public pension systems about two weeks after the president of the Montana Public Employees’ Retirement Board put her on leave.
HELENA — On a party-line vote Friday, the Legislative Council rejected an attempt to subpoena emails, text messages and other correspondence to and from a state retirement board during its meeting last month.
HELENA — A state pension fund director was “completely blindsided” and “devastated” when she was put on administrative leave this week by the Montana Public Employees’ Retirement Board president, her attorney said Friday.
HELENA — Concerns raised by her staff and board members led the president of the Montana Public Employees’ Retirement Board to place Roxanne Minnehan on leave this week from her job as executive director of the state agency managing eight state retirement systems.
HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock’s bill to repair the financially troubled Montana Public Employee Retirement System drew widespread support Thursday, except from groups upset with budget cuts to programs to help pay for the fix.
HELENA — A bill to require new public employees to become part of a defined-contribution pension plan like a 401(k) plan instead of their current defined-benefit plan came under fire at a hearing Wednesday.
HELENA — Thousands of monthly pension checks weren’t directly deposited into retired state and local government workers’ bank accounts on a timely basis by early Wednesday morning.