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Several pensions and endowments announced shifts in leadership in January. Senior investment professionals moved to other institutions, and interim executives were named. Here are the top institutional investment moves in January:
Several endowments, pensions and foundations announced shifts in leadership in November. Senior investment professionals moved to other institutions, and an asset manager named changes to its executive staff due to disappointing returns. Here are the top institutional investment moves in November:
The University of Virginia Investment Management Company, or UVIMCO, will soon lose its longtime chief investment officer. Trusted Insight tapped its global network of institutional investors to identify eight candidates qualified to assume the role.
In October, an endowment and two pension funds appointed new leaders to manage billions of dollars in assets. Senior investment professionals moved to other institutions, and an alternatives asset manager named changes to its executive staff. Here are the top institutional investment moves in October:
The Berkeley Endowment Management Company, or BEMCO, announced David McAuliffe as its new president and chief investment officer. McAuliffe, a former senior investment officer at the University of Washington Investment Management Company, will oversee the UC Berkeley Foundation endowment, which is currently valued at $1.8 billion, according to a press release by the UC Berkeley Foundation.
Mary Cahill, chief investment officer and vice president of investment at Emory Investment Management, retired on Aug. 1, 2017 after a 17-year tenure at the helm of the prestigious Atlanta-based university endowment. Trusted Insight has identified five candidates suitable to fill the role.
<span style="font-size: 13px;">It has been an eventful week, and it's easy to fall behind. Here are the 10 most important reads of the week.</span>