Bryan Lewis has announced his plans to leave his position as chief investment officer at Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, confirmed PennSERS spokesman Thomas Derr in an email.
Effective Aug. 2, Mr. Lewis will leave the $29 billion pension system to pursue another career opportunity.
Mr. Derr declined to disclose additional details.
PennSERS' investment committee has recommended that the board appoint deputy CIO James G. Nolan as acting CIO, effective Aug. 3, while the plan seeks a permanent replacement. The board will vote on whether to appoint Mr. Nolan at its July 31 meeting.