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Risk Management for a Pension Fund After the Crisis: A Case Study

PRESENTATION April 7, 2011

Speaker / Author

William Clark

Senior VP & CIO, Federal Reserve Office of Employee Benefits

William G. Clark has directed the investments for the Federal Reserve’s defined benefit and defined contribution plans since March 2010. In total, the plans have approximately $20 billion in assets under management and cover approximately 30,000 participants. Prior to that, Mr. Clark oversaw the investments and operations of the New Jersey pension fund since March 2005. Prior to that, he served as deputy director from 1999 - 2005. One of the nation’s 15 largest public funds, the New Jersey pension fund provides retirement benefits for more than 700,000 current and future public retirees in seven public pension systems. Total assets under ... Read More