The following is an excerpt from an article in The Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
The state’s largest public pension fund has an interim chief investment officer.
Vijoy Paul Chattergy, an investment specialist with the Hawaii Employees’ Retirement System, has been appointed by its eight-person board of trustees to oversee the $11.5 billion fund while a search is undertaken for a permanent replacement.
The ERS fund provides retirement, disability and survivor benefits to 111,648 active, retired and inactive state and county employees.
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