The approximately $35 billion San Francisco Employees' Retirement System (SFERS) has hired Alison Romano in the role of joint chief executive officer and chief investment officer. Romano, who will replace retiring acting executive director Jay Huish, joins SFERS from the Florida State Board of Administration (SBA), where she has worked for the last 13 years and where she is currently deputy chief investment officer.
Romano will oversee the administration of SFERS’ pension assets. Officials at SFERS did not respond to an email seeking comment on Romano’s appointment, and it was unclear when she will join the . . .
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