PA AG seeks records from state pension agency

Written by The Associated Press | Dec 11, 2013 5:51 PM
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(Harrisburg) -- A member of Pennsylvania's state employee pension fund says the attorney general's office is seeking computer records from the agency after its chief investment officer retired amid unspecified allegations. 

Montgomery County state Representative Robert Godshall was told by executive director David Durbin about the state investigation today -- during a closed-door session of the State Employees' Retirement Board.

The board discussed allegations against investment manager Tony Clark.
Godshall says he's not clear about the nature of the claims against Clark and says he's trying to find out their source.

Spokespeople for the retirement agency and the attorney general's office say they can't confirm the records request.

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