New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Comptroller John Liu on Thursday announced an agreement in principle to overhaul the management of the city’s five pension funds totaling $120 billion and place a chief investment officer and a singular pension board in charge.

“The proposal is intended to insulate management of pension assets from any political office, further professionalize it, and make it more consistent with industry best practices,” Liu said.

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