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CalPERS, Thinking Outside Of The Box Again

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The nation's largest public-pension fund turned an investment conference into a career fair, asking attending representatives of the hedge fund industry to consider dropping it a résumé.

CalPERS continues to build out its hedge fund capability and seeks four additional investment professionals to join its six-person team, said Edigio “Ed” Robertiello, senior portfolio manager, absolute-return strategies, for the $258.3 billion fund.

In fact, Mr. Robertiello during his presentation on Monday at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, Calif., asked audience members to send him their resumes.

CalPERS asks Milken crowd for hedge fund resumes [P&I]



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