Anne-Marie Fink was named private markets and funds alpha managing director at the State of Wisconsin Investment Board, Madison.
Ms. Fink will begin Jan. 20, SWIB spokeswoman Vicki Hearing said in an email. She replaces Chuck Carpenter, who retired, Ms. Hearing said.
She will oversee SWIB's $18.3 billion "funds alpha" allocation, which includes its $8.9 billion beta-one equity portfolio, $4.2 billion beta-one fixed-income portfolio and hedge funds, and SWIB's $9.2 billion private equity/debt portfolio.
The board oversees $122.2 billion in assets, including the $103.3 billion Wisconsin Retirement System.
Ms. Fink was most recently portfolio strategist for alternative investments at State Street Global Advisors, according to a SWIB news release. SSGA spokesman Brendan Paul could not be immediately reached for further information.
Ms. Fink was also chief investment officer of the $8.5 billion Rhode Island Employees' Retirement System, Providence, from January 2013 to July 2016.