Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Illinois Governmental Ethics Act. Requires members of the board of any pension fund or retirement system established under the Illinois Pension Code to file a statement of economic interests. Amends the State Officials and Employees Ethics Act. Includes appointed or elected commissioners, trustees, directors, or board members of a board of a State agency, including the boards found in the Illinois Pension Code, in the definition of "employee". Amends the Illinois Pension Code. Makes changes in provisions concerning the definition of "fiduciary", allocation and delegation of fiduciary duties, and prohibited transactions. Adds provisions concerning investment advisers, consultants, and investment services for investment boards, pension funds, and retirement systems other than downstate police and fire pension funds; investment transparency; prohibitions on monetary gain on investments; fraud, prohibitions on gifts; contingent fees; and procurements for pension funds, retirement systems, and investment boards, except downstate police and fire pension funds. Requires the University of Illinois to create the Illinois Fiduciary College for the purpose of education pension fund, retirement system, and investment board members and staffs on ethics.