Kentucky Names Tosh New CIO

Feb 26 2007 | 11:11am ET

The $16 billion Kentucky Retirement Systems has appointed Adam Tosh as its chief investment officer, effective Feb. 1.

Tosh worked for the Pennsylvania State Treasury before joining the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System in 1996.

“Adam's strong financial background and experience with public retirement systems makes him a perfect fit for this position,” said KRS Executive Director William Hanes. "I join the Board of Trustees in welcoming him to Kentucky Retirement Systems."

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