Last December, the approximately $36 billion Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS) selected David Hunter as its CIO to fill a role vacated by T.J. Carlson 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. With a mere two months on the job, Alternatives Watch asked Hunter to share a few first impressions.
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