Board of Trustees Contact

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The public can submit brief comments to the Board of Trustees using the form below. Please do not ask specific questions as the Board of Trustees is not expected to respond. If you do have questions for SWIB regarding investments of the trust funds or investment performance, click here to contact Communications.    

Contact Us

ETF is responsible for administering retirement and other benefit programs for WRS participants. Please contact ETF or visit the ETF website if you have questions about information regarding your personal account or about benefits.


Office address:

121 E. Wilson St.
Madison, WI 53703
(608) 266-2381

Postal address: 
PO Box 7842
Madison, WI 53707-7842

Beneficiary Hot Line:
Madison 608-267-0957
Toll-free 800-424-7942

Media Inquiries:
Vicki Hearing
(608) 261-2415

Government Relations Liaison:

Jay Risch

(608) 261-2410

Additional Resources

Meeting Agendas/Materials

Board of Trustee meetings are held at SWIB's offices, 121 E. Wilson Street, unless otherwise stated. Agendas are available the day prior to the meeting. Click here for meeting agendas and materials for Board of Trustees. 

WRS News

​Published in January, May and September by the Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) and SWIB, the WRS News informs Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) members about benefit programs and trust fund investment news. Click here to access current and past issues of the WRS News.


SWIB's publications provide helpful information about SWIB and the investment of the trust funds. Click here to access current and past publications. To order printed copies of publications, email us

Study of the Wisconsin Retirement System

A study of the WRS was submitted by the Wisconsin Department of Administration, ETF and the Office of State Employment Relations in accordance with 2011 Wisconsin Act 32. Click here to read the study. 

Comparative Study of Major Public Employee Retirement Systems

This study compares significant features of major state and local public employee retirement systems in the United States. Generally, the report has been prepared every two years since 1982 by the Wisconsin Retirement Research Committee staff or the Legislative Council staff. Click here for the latest study. 

Wisconsin Legislative Fiscal Bureau Informational Paper on WRS

This paper takes an in-depth look at the WRS. Click here to read the informational paper. 

ETF Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports

ETF publishes a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report to provide information about ETF, theWRS and other benefit plans and trust funds administered by ETF. Click here for more information.