354A.29 ST. PAUL TEACHERS RETIREMENT FUND ASSOCIATION
Subdivision 1. Articles of incorporation and bylaws.
Permission is granted for the St. Paul
Teachers Retirement Fund Association under Minnesota Statutes, section
354A.12, subdivision 4
to amend its articles of incorporation and bylaws to provide postretirement adjustments under
Subd. 2. Elimination of prior lump sum postretirement adjustment mechanism.
condition precedent to the implementation of subdivisions 3 to 6, the lump sum postretirement
adjustment mechanism in effect on July 1, 1997, must be eliminated and the articles of
incorporation and bylaws of the association must be amended accordingly.
Subd. 3. Postretirement adjustment.
(a) The postretirement adjustment described in the
articles and bylaws of the St. Paul Teachers Retirement Fund Association must be determined by
the board annually after June 30 using the procedures under this section.
(b) Each eligible person who has been receiving an annuity or benefit under the articles of
incorporation, the bylaws, or this chapter for at least 12 months as of the end of the fiscal year is
eligible to receive a postretirement adjustment of 2.0 percent that is payable each January 1.
Subd. 4. Additional investment percentage adjustment.
(a) An excess investment earnings
percentage adjustment must be computed and paid under this subdivision to those annuitants and
eligible benefit recipients who have been receiving an annuity or benefit for at least 12 months as
determined each June 30 by the board of trustees.
(b) The board shall also determine the five-year annualized rate of return attributable to the
assets of the St. Paul Teachers Retirement Fund Association under the formula specified in section
, clause (11), and the amount of the excess five-year annualized rate of return over the
preretirement interest assumption specified in section
(c) The excess investment percentage adjustment must be determined by multiplying the
quantity one minus the rate of contribution deficiency, as specified in the most recent actuarial
report of the actuary retained under sections
, by the rate of return excess as
determined in paragraph (b).
(d) The excess investment percentage adjustment is payable to all annuitants and benefit
recipients on the following January 1.
Subd. 5. Effect on annuity.
The adjustments calculated under subdivisions 3 and 4 must be
included in all annuities or benefits paid to the recipient after the adjustments take effect.
Subd. 6.[Repealed, 2007 c 134 art 7 s 3
History: 1997 c 233 art 3 s 7; 2006 c 271 art 3 s 47