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California Public Pension Crisis: The Ticking Time Bomb, a Full Disclosure Network Cable TV Series
Date:5/28/2009

In a bombshell exposé of California's massive, unfunded public employee retirement benefits, Full Disclosure Network® is re-releasing a two-part series on 40 cable systems featuring public pension fund officials and finance experts, including Mr. B. Scott Minerd, CEO Guggenheim Partners, Asset Management. The series is also available on DVD. Featured here is a six minute video preview available for viewing.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 28, 2009 -- Following a panel discussion entitled: The Ticking Time Bomb, at a Milken Institute California State of the State Conference, the first public predictions regarding "unfunded public employee retirement benefits of $300 to $400 billion were revealed" The Full Disclosure Network® presents a two-part cable tv series that includes an exclusive interview with panel moderator and public finance expert B. Scott Minerd, CEO Guggernheim Partners Asset Managment who provides insight and analysis on the looming financial disaster in California. DVDs of the complete series are available. A twelve minute video preview from the series is available at this URL: fulldisclosure.net/Programs/482-483.php

Featured in the series are:
B. Scott Minerd, CEO Guggenheim Partners Asset Management
Hon. Keith Richman, Calif. State Assembly
Carl De Maio, CEO Performance Institute
Jack Ehnes, CEO CALSTERS Pension System
Dave Low, CA School Employees Association
Barbara Lloyd, Sr. VP Lehman Brothers

Here are hightlights from each segment: of the series:

Segment #1: When serving as Managing Director of Credit Suisse Scott Minerd described how he exposed the risky derivative securities which directly led to the liquidation of the Orange County investment por
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