The approximately $36 billion Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS) has selected a new chief investment officer.
David Hunter has been selected to fill the position, which was vacated by T.J. Carlson, who resigned effective last September to join the Missouri State pension fund as CIO. Hunter most recently administered more than $20 billion as the executive director and CIO of the North Dakota Retirement & Investment Office.
“I am humbled and honored to have the privilege of serving TMRS’ members, retirees and participating cities,” Hunter said of his appointment in a released statement. “I . . .
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