Aug. 7 (Bloomberg) — Alfred Villalobos, an ex-California Public Employees’ Retirement System board member who brokered a $3 billion investment to funds managed by Apollo Global Management LLC, was indicted on a new charge of conspiracy to commit bribery, U.S. prosecutors said.

Villalobos conspired with ex-Calpers Chief Executive Officer Federico Buenrostro, who pleaded guilty last month to steering $14 million in placement fees to Villalobos in exchange for cash bribes and gifts, according to a revised grand jury indictment filed today in federal court in San Francisco. Buenrostro has agreed to cooperate with the government’s investigation.

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