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The New Hampshire Retirement System plays an important role in the long-term economic security of the state’s public employees, teachers, police officers, and firefighters. For 50 years, we have been committed to providing secure retirement benefits and superior service.

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2018 NHRS Legislative Update at Crossover

03/26/2018
  • Legislation

Five bills related to NHRS were passed by the N.H. House of Representatives in 2018 and have crossed over to the N.H. Senate for further action. In addition, five bills were passed by the Senate and sent to the House. The two bills that have generated the most interest among retirees, members, and employers are HB 561, which deals with working after retirement for a participating employer, and HB 1756, which grants an additional payment to certain retirees in 2019.



Myers appointed to Board of Trustees

02/07/2018
  • Board of Trustees

Scott Myers, the city manager of Laconia, was recently appointed to the NHRS Board of Trustees as employer member.



Clinton appointed to Independent Investment Committee

02/07/2018
  • Independent Investment Committee

Christine Clinton of Dublin was recently appointed to the NHRS Independent Investment Committee (IIC) as a public member.



Lesko appointed to NHRS Board, Independent Investment Committee

02/07/2018
  • Independent Investment Committee
  • Board of Trustees

Timothy Lesko of Hopkinton was recently appointed to the NHRS Board of Trustees as a public member.



Decennial Retirement Commission Report Available

02/01/2018
  • Decennial Commission

A statutory commission charged with reviewing and making recommendations to ensure the long-term viability of the New Hampshire Retirement System issued its final report in January.



Decennial Retirement Commission Update

12/28/2017
  • Decennial Commission

A statutory commission charged with reviewing and making recommendations to ensure the long-term viability of the New Hampshire Retirement System released a series of legislative recommendations earlier this month and is close to issuing a final report. The 17-member Decennial Commission, established under RSA 100-A: 57, issued 12 recommendations. All of the recommendations are non-binding; legislation would have to be introduced and enacted into law.



NHRS Legislative Update: Retained 2017 Bills

12/13/2017
  • Legislation

New Hampshire House and Senate committees took action this fall on eight bills related to NHRS that were retained in committee during the 2017 legislative session, including a bill that would impact NHRS retirees working after retirement for participating employers.



NHRS Director of Investments Recognized as a Top Public Pension CIO

11/02/2017
  • Investments

Larry Johansen, NHRS Director of Investments, was recently recognized as one of the top 30 pension chief investment officers in the country by Trusted Insight, an investment trade publication.