SAN FRANCISCO - With profits rising in the business of enhancing credit for variable-rate debt, a California Public Employees' Retirement System committee is slated to vote Monday on whether to double the authorized size of the system's credit enhancement program.

The program offers letters of credit and liquidity support for issuers of variable-rate debt. CalPERS, the nation's largest public pension fund, created the credit enhancement program in 2005.

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