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NEW: Raimondo Hires New Chief Investment Officer

Monday, December 17, 2012

 

General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo today announced the hiring of Anne-Marie Fink as the state's new chief investment officer/deputy treasurer of finance. In her new role, Fink will be responsible for managing the state's $7.3 billion dollar pension system.

"Our top priority continues to be to keep the pension fund sustainable for retirees, employees and taxpayers," Raimondo said. "Anne-Marie is a successful finance professional who understands the importance of providing retirement security and will work to manage the portfolio's risk and volatility while producing steady returns in these turbulent financial times."

 

Most recently, Fink worked as a managing director and a portfolio manager at J.P. Morgan Private Bank. She received her MBA in finance and international business from Columbia Business School in 1995 and is also a 1987 graduate of Yale University.

 

Fink is replacing Kenneth Goodreau who left after four years. He is joining TIG Advisors, LLC as Chief Investment Officer, effective January 1, 2013.
 

 

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