An ex-Mercer consultant and a former World Bank economist have joined the Chicago-based firm.
The $4 billion fund hired a public pension CIO to replace Scott Seidle, who takes on a larger role.
Former Federal Reserve governor Jeremy Stein and Canyon Partners co-CEO Joshua Friedman have joined the board of Harvard Management Company.
Now more Quirk than Casey, younger co-founder Kevin Quirk takes over the chairmanship from John Casey, who is transitioning to a senior advisor.
James Perry, currently assistant CIO for the Texas Tech’s endowment, has been tapped to lead the deeply underfunded pension plan.
Norges Bank is looking for “high achievers” to work alongside Norway’s wealth fund.
Kerim Kaskal will leave at the end of October to establish his own asset management firm.
Joel Mandelbaum, formerly of Wall Street Systems, has been named CEO and President.
A September increase in US interest rates is looking too early for some.
The investment office has added eight new hires over the past two years, including a CIO.