Obama-nominated Jim Yong Kim had three more years left on his second term as group’s head, leaving an opening for Trump-appointed successor.
However, Work and Pensions Chair Frank Field expresses doubt about choice.
After six months without one, Paul Colonna will replace departed Chris Li in January.
Veterans Steve Byrom, David Simons, and Jasmina Osmanovic look to model venture after Hamilton Lane of ROC Partners.
Facebook founder’s philanthropic organization lures Lee from Princeton Endowment.
James Donahue will work with chief Steve Davis to develop the fund’s structure.
Liesbeth Sinke is exiting the organization while Hendri den Boer transfers to its asset management unit.
Daga is reunited with Harvard Management Co. CEO Narv Narvekar.
Fund Evaluation Group CEO Scott Harsh steps down after 28 years with firm.
Syed Hamadah Othman replaces Dato' Wan Kamaruzaman Wan Ahmad as the $33.9 billion outlet’s next CEO.
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."