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2022 CIO Allocator Insights Webinar Series: Building a Team
One job of every CIO is attracting and retaining a world-class investment team. It’s important to have the right structure and compensation in place first—whether the team is made up of “generalists,” “specialists” or a hybrid of both. Once top talent is recruited, CIOs must foster a culture conducive to retention, in which allocators can learn and grow.
Join CIO for a webinar in which speakers will discuss:
• How to create a governance structure that will attract top talent to your team;
• The roles and reporting hierarchy that will meet your changing needs;
• How to measure and recognize team success; and
• How to incorporate diversity, equity and inclusion in your team’s culture.
Speakers will also share the questions to ask and background to look for to help you hire team members that will meet their responsibilities, drive investment success and be a good cultural fit.

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George Wilbanks
Founding Partner of Wilbanks Partners @Wilbanks Partners
George Wilbanks spent over 20 years building the asset and wealth management practice at Russell Reynolds Associates to an industry-leading position before founding Wilbanks Partners LLC in 2011. Earlier he had worked with a venture capital and family office business Agtek International, and then The Dreyfus Corporation in business development as Assistant to the Chairman. A graduate of Williams College with a degree in Political Philosophy, he subsequently earned his MBA in Marketing at New York University’s graduate school of business.
Shifat Hasan
Head of Investment Performance and Compliance @CalSTRS
Shifat is the Head of Investment Performance and Compliance at the California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS), the largest educator-only pension plan in the world with around $300 billion in assets under management. Prior to joining CalSTRS, she worked for a Registered Investment Adviser (RIA), Crestone Capital in Boulder, Colorado, as their Portfolio Accounting Manager and led client performance and advisor related reporting. She has over 17 years of US investment industry experience. Shifat completed her MBA from Texas A&M Commerce, is a Certified Management Accountant and CFA charter holder. Throughout her career, Shifat has spoken at several conferences as a subject matter expert on various investment and finance topics. In addition to overseeing the Investment Performance and Compliance teams, Shifat manages the CalSTRS Diversity in the Management of Investments Program.
Angela Rodell
Chair, Pacific Pension & Investment Institute
Angela Rodell recently served as CEO of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation, growing the Alaska Permanent Fund to its largest fund balance in its history. She has also served as Commissioner of Revenue for the State of Alaska and built a long corporate career before public service. She has served as the Chair and Deputy Chair for the International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds and is the current Chair for the Pacific Pension and Investment Institute, a member of the Board of Directors for LaunchAlaska and serves as a Senior Advisor to Pepper, an asset tech startup. Angela holds an MPA in Public Finance from the University of Kentucky and a B.A. in Economics and Political Science from Marquette University.