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June 28, 2019
CIO Roundtable: Improvements Made

This series talks with leading CIOs about improvements made to their funds that have made a difference.

As the Trump-Xi Confab Nears, Wall Street Is Leery

Lots of wariness about an escalation of the US-China trade war and bad economic fallout.

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Boosting Diverse Managers Needs a Big Push, Says Chicago Teachers’ CIO

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Nominate the Most Inspirational Asset Owners and Managers for the 2019 CIO Innovation Awards

Nominations for this year’s 10th annual bash close August 3.

NextGen: Christine Kelleher

“Since arriving at the National Gallery of Art, Christine has performed her duties as the chief of investments in a very thorough and thoughtful way. She has quickly gotten her arms around the Gallery’s diverse portfolio and moved us forward on a number of key initiatives.”

—William McClure, Treasurer, National Gallery of Art

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