The Texas Pension Review Board (PRB) is mandated to oversee all Texas public retirement systems, both state and local, in regard to their actuarial soundness and compliance with state law. Our mission is to provide the State of Texas with the necessary information and recommendations to ensure that our public retirement systems, whose combined assets total in the multi-billions, are financially sound, benefits are equitable, the systems are properly managed, tax expenditures for employee benefits are kept to a minimum while still providing for those employees, and to expand the knowledge and education of administrators, trustees, and members of Texas public pension funds. Feel free to provide feedback and suggestions regarding the site.
Investment Expense Reporting
At its February 6th meeting, the PRB adopted Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 609 (Public Retirement System Investment Expense Reporting). The rules expand on Texas Government Code §802.103, which requires most retirement systems’ annual financial reports (AFRs) to include a listing, by asset class, of all direct and indirect investment fees and commissions paid by the retirement system during its previous fiscal year for the sale, purchase, or management of system assets.
The information is first required to be included in the 2020 fiscal year AFRs for systems with fiscal years ending in September. Please see the reporting schedule below for the first reporting period.
Initial Reporting Schedule:
|Fiscal Year||Fiscal Year End Date||AFR Due to the PRB|
|2020||September 30, 2020||April 29, 2021|
|2020||October 31, 2020||May 30, 2021|
|2020||December 31, 2020||July 30, 2021|
|2021||February 28, 2021||September 27, 2021|
|2021||June 30, 2021||January 27, 2022|
|2021||July 31, 2021||February 27, 2022|
|2021||August 31, 2021||March 30, 2022|
All subsequent AFRs are required to include investment expense disclosures.
Optional Template for Reporting Investment Expenses in Annual Financial Reports:
The PRB has developed a template to assist plans with reporting investment expenses in their AFRs. The template is an optional tool developed to assist plans. Plans are not required to use this format to comply with the requirements of §802.103, nor are they asked to submit templates to the PRB.
Please contact us if you need any assistance.
The Texas Pension Review Board (PRB) would like to provide important information in response to COVID-19.
Plan Report Submissions
We understand that plans may be experiencing disruptions due
to COVID-19, which may affect the ability to submit timely reports. The agency
will work with any plans affected to address delays in reporting. Staff is
available to assist in any way we can.
Please let us know if you have questions.