Long-time Florida State Board of Administration executive Lamar Taylor will become interim executive director and chief investment officer after the retirement of Ashbel Williams at the end of the month.
Taylor joined the $250 billion institution in 2002, and most recently served as chief operating and financial officer.
William’s tenure at the helm of the public fund began in 2008 in the midst of the Great Financial Crisis. At the time the local government investment pool had seen a “run on the bank” with withdrawals approaching $14 billion. In March 2009, the . . .
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