Topic - Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund

The Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (or IMRF) is a pension fund created in 1939 by the Illinois General Assembly for municipal employees in the U.S. state of Illinois. IMRF began operating in 1941 with 5 original employers and $5,000 in assets. Presently, IMRF serves approximately 2,900 employers (Illinois units of government) and has more than $19 billion in assets. - Source: Wikipedia

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