Seth A. Kelly, chief investment officer for the $35 billion Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, has resigned.
An announcement from PennSERS said he was leaving the pension plan "to pursue another career opportunity," but did not disclose where.
Effective Friday, James G. Nolan, deputy CIO, will serve as acting CIO while the board seeks a permanent replacement.
Mr. Kelly joined PennSERS in June 2020.
PennSERS also said that its executive director, Terrill “Terri” Sanchez, plans to retire Dec. 31. The board directed PennSERS staff on Wednesday to conduct a search for a replacement.
Pamela Hile, a spokeswoman for the state pension system, could not be immediately reached for additional information.