Later this month, Chuck Burbridge will be leaving the $11 billion Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund following his resignation last week to become the chief financial officer at the Dekalb County School District in Georgia, where he lived previously.
Trustees will be meeting remotely on October 15 to discuss replacing Burbridge, who joined the city pension in 2015.
The system, which invests in private equity, real estate and infrastructure, reported strong gains in the second quarter totaling more than 12%, with private equity (-4.76%) and infrastructure (-1.77%) managers setting the overall portfolio back and . . .
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