Former Kentucky CIO Joins RogersCasey

Adam Tosh, former chief investment officer of the Kentucky Retirement Systems, has joined Rogerscasey as a managing director of investment solutions.


Rogerscasey, a global investment solutions firm that serves institutional and high net-worth investors, announced today that Adam Tosh, has joined the company as Managing Director, Investment Solutions, effective July 19, 2010.

Tosh was most recently the chief investment officer of the $14 billion public pension plan, Kentucky Retirement Systems (KRS). Before joining KRS in 2007, Tosh was a fixed-income strategist at Pittsburgh-based money management firm MDL Capital Management and also had an eight-year stint as director of fixed-income investments at the Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System.

“I am excited and honored to be a part of Rogerscasey,” said Adam Tosh. “This opportunity is going to allow me to apply my broad investment experience to the firm’s strategic position as a leader in innovative solutions for asset owners. This is quite an exciting place to be right now and I look forward to the challenge.”

“Rogerscasey’s services are extremely relevant in today’s investment environment, and we are pleased to have such a seasoned executive joining us,” said Tim Barron, President & CEO of Rogerscasey.” Adam’s track record as a successful investor across all asset classes makes him an ideal fit for us as we continue to grow our business and serve the sponsor community.”

Tosh received his degree in Economics, Politics, and Government from Ohio Wesleyan University and was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 2002.