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  1. Prudential's Marcks applies lessons from dad

    truePrudential Retirement's Christine Marcks used lessons from her father's drugstore to help others navigate the confusion of retirement.

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  2. Centrica CIO Ghosh uses networking to find investment ideas

    trueNetworking landed Chetan Ghosh the job as CIO of Centrica PLC's pension fund and also brings him successful investment strategies.

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  3. Public policy jobs prepped Burns for pension fund CIO

    trueThe years Jeb Burns spent in state government have prepared him well for his current job as CIO of Michigan's municipal retirement system.

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  4. Howard Marks established Oaktree as a leader in distressed debt - Pensions & Investments

    trueHoward Marks helped found Oaktree Capital Management and has worked to make it one of the largest distressed-debt firms around.

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  5. Blackstone's Schwarzman doesn't let celebrity interefere with his job

    trueBlackstone's chairman and CEO Stephen A. Schwarzman isn't letting his celebrity interfere with his main mission — continuing at the helm of his alternative investment management firm.

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  6. There is no place like home for pension exec David Zellner

    trueDavid Zellner found his job as chief investment officer of the General Board of Pension and Health Benefits of the United Methodist Church in 1997 through a classified ad in Pensions & Investments.

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  7. The three worlds of Patron Capital's Keith Breslauer

    truePatron Capital's founder Keith Breslauer uses climbing, altruistic pursuits to balance responsibilities of running a real estate private equity firm.

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  8. Aurora Investment executives see changing market conditions as opportunity

    trueMarket shifts might change the investment opportunities available, but Roxanne Martin and Scott Schweighauser at Aurora Investment hold to their process.

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  9. AMP's Dunne looks outward

    trueThe CEO of AMP Capital Investors is expecting some good things from Asia and Europe but is being careful not to grow too quickly.

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  10. Consilium's Binder shifts focus to emerging markets

    trueConsilium Investment Management CIO Jonathan Binder shifts the firm's focus to emerging market small-cap long-only equities from a multistrategy hedge fund.

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  11. The SEC's enforcer speaks

    trueBruce Karpati is excited about the good things he believes increased specialization in the asset management unit will bring.

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  12. Neel Kashkari is planning for the future

    trueNeel Kashkari came to public notice when former Treasurer Secretary Henry Paulson named him in October 2008 to head the Treasury's $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program. The sheer dollar amount of the program designed to help banks get rid of toxic loans raised the former Goldman Sachs ...

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  13. Brentwood's Barnum honed an investment strategy over 30 years - Pensions & Investments

    trueSince his early days in private equity, William Barnum has honed an investment strategy that has paid off handsomely for investors in Brentwood Associates' private equity funds.

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  14. Standard Life's Skeoch sees a vital need for the long-term view

    trueKeith Skeoch, the CEO of Standard Life Investments, has lived and breathed economics — which he describes as his profession by training — ever since his first job out of college with the U.K.'s Government Economic Service more than 30 years ago.

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