The whole can be greater than the sum of its parts
Russell Clarke believes the whole can be greater than the sum of its parts, and that principle has guided him since he became CIO of the Victoria Funds Management Corporation in May 2017.
Leading and Supporting Boston Children's Hospital
Philip Rotner, the CIO of Boston Children’s Hospital, can get pretty sentimental as he recalls his young son’s treatment at the Boston Children’s over two decades ago.
Alston: “When you look at our asset allocation, I would say it’s on a journey”
The eyes of Texas – or at least the Texas financial community – were on Cheryl Alston, Executive Director and CIO of the Dallas Employees Retirement Fund
Being Integral in Healthcare and the Community
When the senior executives of a major healthcare organization get together, most of the talk is about complex medical issues, and the CIO can sometimes feel isolated.
“We are in a safer situation; that’s for sure.”
Grégoire Haenni, the CIO of CPEG (Caisse de Prévoyance de l’Etat de Genève), the $20 billion public sector pension fund for the Swiss canton of Geneva, is finally getting some breathing
Providing a Model for other Korean Institutional Investors
For Dong Hun Jang, the CIO of Korea’s Public Officials Benefit Association (POBA), sometimes it seems like his biggest risk is not the pension fund’s investments, but rather the perplexed perceptions o
Deploying a complex set of strategies
It shouldn’t be surprising that Ela Karahasanoglu, the Director of Total Fund Management, at BCI (British Columbia Investment Management Corporation) likes to work on 5,000-piece jigsaw puzzles.
It’s important to be making good decisions under stress; but equally important is not making bad decisions
For many of the 750,000 participants in PensionDanmark, their retirement plan comes to them, not only in their mailbox or electronically in their bank ac
Hewsenian's approach to investing has harnessed a lot from her teaching days
Dealing with many of those in the investment world is a lot like teaching special ed students, according to Rosalind Hewsenian, CIO of the $6.2 billion Helmsley Charitable Trust.