McDonough leaves NJ pension as industry-wide turnover continues

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An illuminated sign depicting people walking is displayed at euro zone's largest bank Santander's headquarters in Boadilla del Monte, near Madrid on Feb. 4, 2010. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
The personnel churn continues at New Jersey Division of Investments.  Its director, Christopher McDonough, is the latest to leave the fund. He’ll join Investment Performance Services as co-CIO. A successor has not been named, but Corey Amon, the deputy director, may get McDonough’s position, Institutional Investor reported. Gov. ...

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