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Connecticut pension fund CIO resigns

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Laurie Martin will resign as chief investment officer of the Hartford-based Connecticut Retirement Plans & Trust Funds, effective Jan. 15.

Shawn T. Wooden, state treasurer and principal fiduciary of the $40 billion state pension system, announced at the state’s investment advisory council Wednesday that Ms. Martin has accepted a new opportunity in Massachusetts.

Mr. Wooden’s office has launched a national search for a new CIO. Steven Meier, assistant treasurer and senior principal investment officer at the state treasurer’s office, will assume the role of interim CIO while the office seeks a permanent replacement.