Maryland CIO to Leave Post

Sorondo, Marc
January 2006
Investment Management Weekly;1/23/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p2
The article reports on the plan of Steven Huber, chief information officer for State Retirement and Pension System of Maryland, to resign from his position to pursue other career opportunities. According to spokeswoman Anne Budowski, Huber's resignation will be effective in the beginning of February 2006. Huber was credited with increasing the asset of the fund to $33.7 billion from $28.3 billion.


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