senior private equity investment officer (SIO)
Oregon state treasury
(Tigard area, Oregon)
About the Oregon State Treasury (OST)The OST is a highly sophisticated organization with a wide range of financial responsibilities, including managing the investment of state funds, issuing all state bonds, serving as the central bank for state agencies, and administering the Oregon 529 College Savings Network. OST’s Investment Division, with 25 staff, is responsible for a complex $90 billion financial and real asset investment portfolio comprised of both internally- and externally-managed mandates. This includes the $70B Oregon Public Employee Retirement Fund (OPERF), one of the nation’s largest and better funded public pension plans. More comprehensive information about the OST, the Investment Division, OST-managed funds, and the Oregon Investment Council (OIC, which provides fiduciary oversight for OST’s investment management activities) can be found at www.oregon.gov/treasury.
Senior Private Equity Investment Officer (SIO) ResponsibilitiesThe SIO is responsible for establishing and monitoring new and existing private equity investments for OST-managed funds. Currently, private equity accounts for $15B or approximately 20% of total OPERF assets, and is comprised of over 200 funds across 80 managers.
RequirementsAn MBA and CFA or CAIA designation is strongly preferred, along with at least 7 years of experience managing sizable private equity portfolios.
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