Colorado Names New Alternatives Director

Feb 23 2007 | 12:21pm ET

The Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association has named Tim Moore as its director of alternative investments, beginning this month.

Moore most recently served as a senior portfolio manager within the system’s alternative investments division. Prior to joining PERA, he worked at Kidder Peabody & Co. and mutual fund firm Janus Capital Management.

“After 10 years at Colorado PERA, I am excited to accept the director of alternative investments position,” stated Moore. “I look forward to further enhancing the alternative investments portfolio and serving the membership in my new capacity.”

Moore replaces Christopher Reilly, who left the pension fund late last year.


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