CalPERS has appointed Daniel Booth as Deputy Chief Investment Officer (DCIO) for Private Markets.
The newly created position is responsible for all private market investment strategies, including asset allocation. Booth will work closely with Chief Investment Officer (CIO) Nicole Mussico, and the CalPERS Investment Office’s managing investment directors to lead investment decision-making in the Private Equity, Real Assets, and Private Debt asset classes.
“I’m thrilled to have Daniel further CalPERS’ expansion into the private markets,” said Musicco. “He’s a visionary investor who’s consistently been able to identify key market trends and has delivered top-tier results. His strategic thinking and thought leadership, which have contributed to his global success, is what we need to ensure the long-term sustainability of our fund.”Read the full news release