Robert Greene Appointed Chairman of Virginia Retirement System

Robert L. Greene has been appointed Chairman of the Virginia Retirement System (VRS) by Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe. Greene has served as a VRS board of trustee and vice chair for a number of years. He replaces Diana Cantor as chairman of the board. Greene is President and CEO of the National Association of Investment Companies (NAIC). NAIC is a trade association of diverse-owned and emerging managers. Greene served as Director of Private Equity with Arthur Andersen Transaction Advisory Services, where he advised private equity firms on a variety of venture capital and leveraged buyout (LBO) transactions.

Institutional Investor Profile of the Virginia Retirement System

As of February 2015, the Richmond-based retirement system has US$ 67.2 billion in assets under management. VRS generated a 15.7% net return on its investment portfolio for fiscal year 2014.

Greene also serves on the event advisory board of the SWFI.

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