Committed to serving

Oklahoma’s local government retirement plans for a half-century

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TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER

Our coalition of municipalities seeks to provide the best possible services

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MEMBER-FOCUSED DECISIONS BY OKMRF TRUSTEES

Our Trustees perform additional duties so your City Council or Board doesn't have to

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION

Audited financial reports are now available

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Welcome to OkMRF.org

Who We Are

OkMRF members and Trustees work together for your future!

Saving for retirement is one of the biggest challenges your employees will face during their working years. The opportunity provided through the Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund (OkMRF) can help them meet that challenge by setting the course for a more secure future in retirement.

Established in 1966 by state statute, the Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund has over 200 members throughout the state, including cities, towns, municipal hospitals, agencies and co-ops.

Since OkMRF specializes in government plans, we are very familiar with the needs, objectives and plan requirements unique to the government sector.

We are exclusively committed to serving Oklahoma’s local government retirement plans.

 

News and Events

  • Join us in congratulating Michele L Dempster, City of Owasso HR Director, as the 2018 George F. Wilkinson award recipient for OkMRF outstanding Authorized Agent. View prior recipients.
  • Announcing trustee election is underway for the OkMRF District 1 Trustee Position. The term is for five years and begins October 1, 2018. OkMRF has received three (3) nominations.
    1. Rachelle McGowen
    2. Ed Tinker
    3. Mark Whinnery
    A Member of District 1, has the right to vote for one person to fill the expiring office. Such votes shall be by Resolution and shall be mailed and filed with the OkMRF office no later than August 30, 2018. Learn More.
  • We are pleased to announce that OkMRF is now available in the Town of Arapaho, City of Calumet and City of Walters.
  • Administrative fees effective for FY 18-19 will be approximately 31 bps.
    Investment fees are based on your underlying investment selection. Please review the applicable fund fact sheet(s) to determine the related investment expense ratio.
  • We want to help you reach your goals. What would you love to save for? Learn More.
  • A Secure File Upload is now available to submit forms. Learn More.
  • Learn more about the Hall of Fame Nominations.