The new investment chiefs for both firms are in-house hires.
The Heinz family announced the appointment of Chris DeCardy after a 10-month search to fill the role.
Los Angeles County fund administrator is looking for candidates to help Jon Grabel oversee a $67.6 billion portfolio.
Benjamin Cotton fills the position has been vacant for a year amid probes and controversies.
To replace Liolis at TIAA, fixed-income head Emily Wiener promoted to CIO to oversee nearly $300 billion portfolio.
Next investment chief comes from New York University’s endowment.
She will succeed Charles Counsell who is stepping down at the end of March.
After a nationwide search, former EBSA executive Todd Hassler was appointed to head the state program.
Puffer will oversee public and private investments for $110 billion Canadian investment manager.
New role for Don Dimitrievich includes financing reduced carbon-emission capabilities.
The $75 billion pension fund is looking for its first permanent CIO since Jim Grossman resigned last year.
Shawn Wooden, outgoing treasurer of Connecticut, was named partner and chief public pension strategist at Apollo Global Management’s institutional client and product solutions group.
PGIM appoints Natalie Gill as vice president of DEI strategy and industry engagement.
Anton Orlich, appointed last month as managing director for growth and innovation, will lead the combined unit.
After spending ten years as leader of Advocate Aurora Health’s investment office, Leslie Lenzo will take the helm as CIO at Hershey Trust in 2023.