A number of Pensions & Investments' reporters are taking on new assignments, said Editor Amy B. Resnick.
The changes take effect Jan. 22.
Reporter Rick Baert will now be responsible for covering the business of money management, with a focus on managers west of Detroit. Mr. Baert, who works in Chicago, will continue to cover asset servicing and trading, as well as Canada. He can be reached at [email protected]
Senior reporter Christine Williamson also will become a business of money management reporter, focusing on East Coast firms. Based in Chicago, Ms. Williamson will retain coverage of hedge funds. She can be reached at [email protected]
Reporter James Comtois is taking on general assignment duties. He previously covered the business of money management. Mr. Comtois, who works in New York, can be reached at [email protected]
Senior reporter Arleen Jacobius, who is based in Los Angeles, will continue to cover private equity, real estate and infrastructure. With the beat changes, she has added coverage of the California Public Employees' Retirement System and the California State Teachers' Retirement System. Ms. Jacobius can be reached at [email protected]
Reporter Meaghan Kilroy will now cover defined contribution from Chicago, working in tandem with DC reporter Robert Steyer, who is based out of P&I's New York office. Ms. Kilroy will focus on the growing area of retirement plan advisers and the plans that hire them. She will continue to cover ESG and shareholder activism. She can be reached at [email protected]