CIO NextGen: Send Us Your Nominations for the Up-and-Coming Leaders Reshaping the Industry!

Taking our unique mission of serving the asset owner community to the next level, CIO launched its DigitalFIRST strategy this year. As we continue to make community and interactivity the cornerstone of the brand, CIO is thrilled to apply that same innovation to what was previously our Forty Under Forty list in the form of CIO NextGen.

Please send us your nominations for the leaders, innovators, and change agents who are redefining asset ownership — and please be sure to include how and why they’re making such strides in this industry. It’s OK if they’ve appeared on our Forty Under Forty list in years past, as long as you can let us know what they’ve done since then to merit themselves as ones to truly watch and inform their peers in the years ahead).

A few rules:

  1. Nominees must be asset owners (not managers, or outsourced-CIOs, or multi-family offices)
  2. Nominees must be senior investment professionals working with or reporting to CIOs.

Please provide as much information as possible, including nominees’ contact details, age as of April 1, 2018, and what makes them impressive. We’d love to know why you think they’d make great candidates, as well as any of their most recent accomplishments.

In the past, we spotlighted rising all stars such as Jagdeep Bachher, who became the CIO of the University of California Board of Regents within a few short years, and Mark Baumgartner, who went on to take the helm as CIO of Institute for Advanced Study.

Please send us your nominations, which will remain anonymous to all but myself and my editorial team. Nominations may be sent to:

Vishesh Kumar


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