The New York City Retirement Systems promoted Eneasz Kadziela to head of private equity in the Bureau of Asset Management, effective immediately.
Kadziela reportedly replaces J. David Enriquez who left the $269 billion retirement system earlier this year. In the new role, Kadziela has been charged to oversee the retirement systems’ over $18 billion private equity portfolio.
Eneasz’s extensive private equity experience and deep commitment to the mission of the Bureau of Asset Management make him an ideal leader for this role,” said Alex Doñé, deputy comptroller for asset management and chief investment . . .
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