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Mr. Kevin SigRist

Wrong Kevin SigRist?

Deputy Executive Director

State Board of Administration
1801 Hermitage Blvd. +
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
United States

Company Description: The SBA is committed to providing superior investment and trust services while adhering to the highest ethical, fiduciary, and professional standards. The SBA, a...   more
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www.tcpalm.com, 6 Aug 2002 [cached]
"It's too soon for us to say what the volatility might be doing to the mindset of the participants," said Kevin Sigrist, chief of defined contributions programs for the State Board of Administration."But it comes back very clearly from state employees that they are thinking less about gain.There is a lower level of comfort overall in investing."
But if the Florida experiment proves to be a bust it won't be just a setback for Gov.Bush _ it also will provide ammunition to Democrats in Washington who oppose the plan put forward by President Bush to privatize social security accounts.
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Sigrist said that last year the state board estimated that 235,000 people overall would opt to switch from the pension plan to the "Investment Plan."But as the Aug. 31 deadline for the first group of employees approaches, many appear content to stay put.
Some 159,000 state workers and university employees are included in that first group of employees.As of mid-July just 2,400 state workers and 3,000 employees overall have decided to switch to the FRS "Investment Plan."
"It's disappointing only 3,000 or so have taken advantage of it, but I don't blame them," said Rep.
Corporate Governance News: January 2003
www.corpgov.net, 1 Jan 2003 [cached]
According to Kevin SigRist, senior investment officer for defined contribution programs at the FSBA, participants have said, "I have already felt so much pain from the market going down, why would I take on more risk?"(Plansponsor.com, Game Plan: A Cloud Over The Sunshine State, 1/21/03)
The documents released Thursday say the ...
www.theledger.com, 6 Nov 2009 [cached]
The documents released Thursday say the SEC launched the formal probe in July 2008 and requested testimony in October 2008 from four SBA managers: Michael Lombardi, Rob Smith, Carmen Fisher and Kevin SigRist.
people
www.sbafla.com, 25 Feb 2006 [cached]
Kevin SigRist has served as the Senior Investment Officer of Defined Contribution Programs at the State Board of Administration of Florida (SBA) since July 2002.He is responsible for the administration and investments of the Florida Retirement System Investment Plan, a participant-directed 401(a) retirement plan.He is also responsible for managing the educational services offered to approximately 650,000 members of the Florida Retirement System.His office provides support to the State 457 deferred compensation program and other state optional retirement programs.
Mr. SigRist has been at the SBA since 1996, working on pension reform, employee education, investment policy, asset allocation and performance measurement projects.Prior to joining the SBA, he was responsible for assessing foreign country risk and the financial market outlook at Wells Fargo & Company (then Norwest Corporation).He has worked as an econometrician and tax analyst at the Missouri State Budget Office and as a research assistant at the Center for the Study of American Business at Washington University in St. Louis.He has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and a master's degree in economics from Washington University in St. Louis.
polkonline.com With market instability, few takers of new state plan 08/06/02
www.polkonline.com, 6 Aug 2002 [cached]
"It's too soon for us to say what the volatility might be doing to the mindset of the participants," said Kevin Sigrist, chief of defined contributions programs for the State Board of Administration."But it comes back very clearly from state employees that they are thinking less about gain.There is a lower level of comfort overall in investing."
But if the Florida experiment proves to be a bust it won't be just a setback for Gov.Bush -- it also will provide ammunition to Democrats in Washington who oppose the plan put forward by President Bush to privatize social security accounts.
...
Sigrist said that last year the state board estimated that 235,000 people overall would opt to switch from the pension plan to the "Investment Plan."But as the Aug. 31 deadline for the first group of employees approaches, many appear content to stay put.
Some 159,000 state workers and university employees are included in that first group of employees.As of mid-July just 2,400 state workers and 3,000 employees overall have decided to switch to the FRS "Investment Plan."
"It's disappointing only 3,000 or so have taken advantage of it, but I don't blame them," said Rep.
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