New York City comptroller’s office is seeking three investment professionals for its bureau of asset management, the unit that assists the five city pension funds in selecting investment managers and consultants and analyzing performance.
Comptroller Scott Stringer is the fiduciary for the five pension funds that comprise the $163.4 billion New York City Retirement Systems.
The bureau of asset management is looking for:
- A senior investment officer for infrastructure, who will “assist in the development of an infrastructure program, currently valued at $1 billion.” The senior investment officer will help in the search and selection of managers, coordinate portfolio review and monitor and manage the portfolio of existing infrastructure investments;
- An investment officer for real estate, who will “assist in overseeing the investment activity of public and private real estate investments, currently valued at $8.5 billion.” The investment officer will help identify, review and evaluate prospective investment opportunities, assist in negotiating investment agreements and in monitoring and managing existing investments; and
- A senior investment analyst for real estate, who will help “identify, review and evaluate prospective real estate investment opportunities.”
The job postings are available on the comptroller’s website.
Eric Sumberg, a spokesman for Mr. Stringer, did not provide additional details about the jobs. It could not be learned by press time if the positions are new.