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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

Key to this, pension official Angela Miller-May tells a US House panel, is requiring a set level of minority and female outside advisers.

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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