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.
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.
The $60 billion United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund is accepting nominations for a new chief investment officer, and Trusted Insight created a shortlist of 10 highly qualified candidates poised to assume (or maintain) the role.
Trusted Insight scrutinized if a candidate holds experience managing a large asset base, across multiple capital pools and with a track record of above average returns. We also considered a candidate’s overall career history, industry tenure, previous relationship with UTIMCO, their expertise in a particular asset class and their investment strategy of portfolios under their management.
<span style="line-height: 20.8px;">As the quest for the next Harvard endowment chief hangs in the air, another alluring position in institutional investing just opened up. Ted Burdick, appointed chief investment officer for Soros Fund Management in January, is stepping down after less than a year in the role. Now George Soros, the 86 year-old billionaire, is on the search for the seventh CIO since 2000 for his $30-billion family office.</span><span style="line-height: 1.6;"> </span>
<span style="line-height: 20.8px;">Last month, Stephen Blyth, president and CEO of Harvard Management Company (HMC), resigned after only 18 months in the role. Here are the 20 investment professionals who Trusted Insight deems most likely to be the next Chief Executive Officer of Harvard Management Company:</span>