Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System Overview
Public Pension Fund
Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System General Information
Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System is a multi-employer cost-sharing defined-benefit public pension fund based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Established in 1923, the plan provides retirement, annuity, health, and disability benefits to eligible government employees. It primarily invests in alternative investment strategies including buyouts, distressed debt, turnarounds, energy, oil & gas, international private equity, limited partnership secondaries, mezzanine, and venture capital. The assets are managed by an eleven-member retirement board.