Texas Christian University (TCU) named Jason Safran chief investment officer following a national search to replace James Hille, TCU’s first CIO who recently retired after 15 years at the helm of the $2 billion endowment.
Safran, who had been serving in an interim capacity since August, has been with the endowment for nine years.
“His contribution over the years to TCU’s financial stability and his deep relationships at the university ensure continuity in stewarding our investments in support of the TCU mission,” said Texas Christian’s Chancellor Victor Boschini, Jr. “Under his care . . .
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