Foster, Pepper, Shefelman PLLC

Foster, Pepper, Shefelman PLLC

Foster, Pepper, Shefelman PLLC

Overview
Date Founded

1964

Headquarters

1111 Third Ave Ste 3400, Seattle, WA 98101 USA

Type of Company

Private

Employees (Worldwide)

251 - 500

Industries

Legal
Other Business & Consulting Services

Company Description

Operating from six strategic locations — Anchorage, Beijing, New York, Portland, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. — Garvey Schubert Barer represents clients locally, nationally and internationally, with a special focus on the Pacific Rim. The firm provides practical, client-centered solutions to established market leaders, newly launched enterprises and governmental bodies.

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Harley Marine Services, Inc. purchases Foss Maritime Co. Llc/Refueling Business from Saltchuk Resources, Inc.

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Volex Plc purchases Servatron, Inc.

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Transaction Clients
Legal Advisor

Advised on Umpqua Holdings Corp. purchases Humboldt Bancorp

Legal Advisor

Advised on Washington Mutual, Inc. purchases Great Western Financial Corp. (California)

Legal Advisor

Advised on Shimano, Inc., Shimano North America Holding, Inc. purchase Pearl Izumi USA, Inc. from Nautilus, Inc.

Advisors & Consultants
Legal Advisor

Principal at Foster, Pepper, Shefelman PLLC

Publicist

Professional at Scoville Public Relations

Publicist

Professional at Scoville Public Relations

Clients

CalPERS’ assets are managed by the CalPERS Board of Administration. CalPERS invests across a range of asset classes including global equity, private equity, fixed-income, real estate, infrastructure, forest land, inflation-linked bonds, liquidity and trust level. Strategies are managed both internally and through external managers. CalPERS' Global Equity Strategy is responsible for CalPERS investments in securities traded in global public equity markets, including in-house management of index-oriented and active strategies, externally managed active strategies, the Multi-Asset Class Partners Program, and active strategies run by emerging managers (Global Equity Emerging Manager Program). Global Equity is the principal asset class providing growth exposure in the strategic asset allocation. CalPERS Income Strategy primarily consists of US and international fixed income strategies. CalPERS' inflation-linked asset class is made up of two main asset types: commodities (including commodity futures, forwards, swaps, structured notes, and options) and inflation-linked bonds. Forestland investments are long-term investments. The return drivers include biological growth, timber prices, and land values. Forestland targets investments within the timber and agriculture sectors. CalPERS' Liquidity Strategy consists of highly liquid short-term securities with maturities of less than 10 years. Real Estate strategy focuses on US core assets with moderate leverage. CalPERS' Trust Level Portfolio Management Program (TLPM) is responsible for delivering targeted, risk-adjusted, total fund level investment returns over the long-term, anchored by the belief that strategic asset allocation is the dominant determinant of portfolio risk and return.

ASRS aims to generate optimal returns from their investments while minimizing risk. The firm manages a well-diversified portfolio that is designed to produce returns over a long period of time. They invest in domestic and international equities, domestic fixed income, real estate, private and opportunistic equity, multi-asset, and cash equivalent instruments.

NYSTRS invests the System's funds in several diverse classes of assets including domestic equities, international equities, domestic fixed-income and global fixed-income. They seek to earn the highest possible long-term rate of return within appropriate risk levels. In turn, this enables them to pay guaranteed benefits to members and their beneficiaries at the lowest possible cost to participating employers and the taxpayers that fund them. Derivatives may not be used to create leverage and may only be used to implement asset allocation changes in a cost-effective manner, prudently implement investment strategies in a risk controlled manner or reduce transaction costs or taxes. Portfolios may be internally or eternally managed. Internal investment managers/advisors may invest in the System’s internally managed domestic equity portfolios while external investment managers/advisors may invest System assets in commingled funds including bank collective investment trusts.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants
$2,500 - $4,999
2019
$2,500 - $4,999
2018
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