Eric R. Nierenberg, chief strategy officer at the $101.5 billion Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board, Boston, has left the pension fund.
He departed to pursue other opportunities, said Michael G. Trotsky, executive director and chief investment officer, in an internal memo provided by a PRIM spokesman. His last day was Thursday. No information regarding a replacement was provided.
Mr. Nierenberg originally joined the pension fund in December 2012 as senior investment officer, hedge funds and low-volatility strategies to spearhead PRIM's move at the time to mostly direct hedge fund investments from funds of funds.
He was named chief strategy officer in 2017.