Doug Brown will replace Boeing’s Andy Ward, who will remain on the board.
The new head means the 82-year-old firm has women in both of its highest roles.
Kirsty Jenkinson will join the $229 billion system in January.
Peter Gunning, who once had the role, resumes it until a replacement is found.
The firm’s former senior pensions and sustainability manager looks forward to the chance to enhance her “'personal impact' toward sustainable development."
Ahn Hyo-joon, 55, will lead the investment strategy of the world’s third-largest pension fund.
The State of Wisconsin Investment Board’s CIO and newly christened executive director is ‘relying on the strong leadership’ of the new management council to ensure success.
The State of Wisconsin Investment Board, in giving him two jobs, fills the vacancy left by Rick Smirl’s departure.
Fan Hua’s departure from the $930 billion sovereign wealth fund makes her the third executive to leave this year.
Richard Law-Deeks’ strong leadership during his acting-chief period led to his promotion.
New executive for the defense company comes from autoworkers union retiree health plan.
Carla Moonen realized her skills would add more value in an environment ‘where change can go faster.’
Lawrence Churchill will act in a ‘non-executive capacity’ for the start-up DB consolidator.
Departure reportedly linked to criticism over endowment’s fossil fuel investments.
Alan Rubenstein and Marc Hommel have exited the fledgling DB consolidation, and one of its two capital backers has pulled out as well.