Elizabeth Burton, chief investment officer of Employees’ Retirement System of the State of Hawaii (ERS), has resigned her position and will depart the $22.5 billion public retirement system on June 30, she confirmed. She did not respond to a follow up seeking comment of her decision to leave.
“We on the Board of Trustees are very grateful for Elizabeth’s significant contributions to the ERS,” Chair Vince Barfield stated in a press release on Burton’s departure. “She joined us at a critical juncture in our investment strategy development and her expertise has strengthened our . . .
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