No, not in some ranking of universities by various metrics. The consulting firm Willis Towers Watson has a ranking of world pension funds by assets. It appears to include defined benefit, defined contribution, and savings plans in the pool. Some are government-run, some are private. And there may be some serious omissions. Yours truly could not find TIAA in the listing, for example. (Maybe it's there somewhere, but - if so - it ought to be pretty close to the top of the ranked list, based on its value of assets.) Anyway, CalPERS comes in at number 7, CalSTRS comes in at number 11, and UCRS (denoted "California University") comes in at number 37.