A global private market asset manager has named a new CFO.
The foundation has named its cfo as executive v.p. for impact investing to help launch an innovative social impact investment portfolio.
The firm named its managing director for originations as head of responsible investment strategy last month to oversee ESG integration throughout its investment process and define its responsible investment strategy and initiatives.
The philanthropic organization has promoted a managing director of real assets as its first deputy cio to deepen their engagement in long-term strategic decisions.
The financial services organization recently elected an Ivy League administrator to its board of trustees to serve on the risk and compliance, nominating and governance and human resources committee.
The firm promoted its cio to president and cio at the beginning of the year after more than eight years as investment head.
The university will invest an additional $500 million in the REIT on March 1 and the investment will have the same structure, terms and fees as the initial investment.
The firm has hired a head of client service to oversee the ongoing design and execution of the overall client service experience.
The firm added a 12-person team in the Boston area from Merrill Lynch to provide portfolio management, retirement planning, investment consulting and other wealth management services.
The foundation affiliated with the Lutheran church moved to an outsourced cio model from a traditional investment consultant model following a search from last year.
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