Kathleen O'Brien was Appointed as General Counsel at Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund

Date of management change: December 16, 2012 

What Happened?

Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (www.imrf.org ) hired Kathleen O'Brien as General Counsel


About the Company

The Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) was created by the Illinois General Assembly. Since 1941, IMRF has partnered with local units of government to provide death, disability and retirement benefits for working and retired public employees. With more than $28 billion in assets, IMRF is considered well-funded and sustainable. Today, IMRF has more than 175,000 active members working for nearly 3,000 different units of government, including school districts, counties, cities and villages, parks and libraries. It has more than 100,000 retirees. Members who retired in 2012 retired with approximately 22 years of service and received an average annual benefit of approximately $17,000. IMRF consistently works toward reaching full funding over the long term, ensuring that it remains financially sound. A full-funding goal guarantees public workers a secure and modest retirement income at the lowest long-term cost to taxpayers.


About the Person

Kathleen O'Brien previously held various legal positions in the industry.


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