COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- The board that invests pension money for South Carolina workers is calling a special meeting to deal with bullying.
The Retirement System Investment Commission is meeting at 11:30 a.m. Friday in downtown Columbia to discuss a report on abusive bullying and improper communication with the commission's staff.
The agenda for the meeting doesn't give any details on the bullying allegations.
The commission has an investment portfolio of $27 billion. State Treasurer Curtis Loftis is a member of the board and has been at odds with other members about how much money the state gets back in its investments and how much agency staffers get in bonuses.