Managing a trust fund with assets exceeding $20 billion requires rigorous accounting, meticulous internal controls, and a strong commitment to protecting the Fund for IPERS members and retirees. Each year IPERS finances are audited by the Iowa Auditor’s office. IPERS reports annually on its finances and performance according to standards established by the Government Accounting Standards Board and the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA). IPERS repeatedly has received the GFOA’s Excellence in Financial Reporting award.
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFRs). Detailed audited reports about IPERS finances, actuarial status, investments, and membership.
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Annual Summaries. Annual publications containing highlights of the most recent year’s financial information and fund performance.
Current Year (online) | Current Year (pdf) | Previous Years
Expense Summaries. To put things into perspective, click on the link below to view a table that displays a history of IPERS’ Trust Fund Assets and Expenses.
Trust Fund Assets and Expenses