N.Y. Pension Hedge Fund Officer Leaves For Aksia

Apr 18 2011 | 12:07pm ET

Another member of the hedge fund team at New York's largest public pension is heading to the private sector.

Matthew Mullarkey, an investment officer focusing on hedge funds at the New York State Common Retirement Fund, is to join hedge fund consultancy Aksia next month, Pensions & Investments reports. He'll serve as a consultant at the firm.

The hire could be seen as something of a parting shot by Aksia, which was replaced this month by Albourne Partners as New York's hedge fund consultant.

Mullarkey's exit follows those of Peter Carey and Robert Mazurek in November. Both men joined SkyBridge Capital.


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