The Department of Employee Trust Funds published a Wisconsin Retirement System Financial Report as of and for the year ending December 31, 2019. This report provides information about the WRS, including the related financial statements and an unmodified, or “clean”, audit opinion.
ETF and the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions have been awarded a $100,000 grant to establish a financial wellness program for Wisconsin public service employees, retirees, and their families. The one-year grant is funded by the Wells Fargo Foundation.
ETF Secretary Bob Conlin has notified the ETF Board that he will be stepping down from his post in March of 2021. The ETF Board will discuss a strategy for finding Conlin’s replacement at its meeting on September 17.
ETF's mission is to deliver quality benefits and services to WRS members and their families while protecting the integrity of the Public Employee Trust Fund. We value the diversity of those we serve, and we believe our greatest asset is our workforce. Learn more about who we are and what we do.
SWIB is excited to announce an all new podcast series, The SWIB Podcast, where WRS members can turn to for timely information about the investments that help fund the state’s pension system. Podcasts feature discussions with SWIB staff regarding the global market environment and SWIB’s investment strategies that keep the WRS positioned for long-term success.
ETF has canceled all in-person appointments and benefits presentations through the end of this year, due the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, ETF staff are not traveling to on-site health benefits fairs. Here’s how you can talk with a benefits specialist to get the help you need, including scheduling a retirement appointment.
Group health insurance program members who utilize Serve You Rx should allow for these time frames: up to ten days for refillable prescriptions and up to two weeks for new prescriptions. Specialty medications are delivered next day. Learn how utilizing mail order for prescriptions can save time and money.