Alaska Permanent Fund Corp., Juneau, is searching for a senior portfolio manager, private markets, confirmed spokeswoman Laura Achee.
Maria Tsu, who heads the private markets team, is leaving the $46.4 billion sovereign wealth fund Aug. 30. Ms. Achee declined to comment on her future plans. The selected person will report to Marcus Frampton, who was promoted to replace Ms. Tsu.
The sovereign wealth fund has a 12% allocation to asset classes covered by the private markets team, which consists of private equity, private credit and infrastructure.
The senior portfolio manager will assist in developing the fund’s private equity co-investment program in addition to evaluating existing and prospective private markets investments.
The job posting is available on the fund’s website. Applications are due Sept. 2.