The board of trustees for the Alaska Permanent Fund last week met and approved a pacing plan for alternative markets amid the backdrop of the departure of Steven Moseley, deputy CIO for the $83 billion investment fund.
Mosely, who is relocating to New York for a job within alternative investments, served at the Juneau-based fund for over eight years. Reportedly, CIO Marcus Frampton will take up Moseley’s duties. Earlier this year Frampton reported that the Alaska Permanent Fund had three remaining positions to be filled within fixed-income and real estate, adding that the hiring . . .
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