John Liu

Larry Schloss, CIO of the $120 billion New York City retirement system and former private equity honcho, is trying to transform the way the U.S.’s fifth-largest pension plan invests its money.
The comptroller’s office of the New York City has issued a request for proposal for a pool of managers of emerging managers.
John Liu, the New York City comptroller, is planning to offer access to information about the New York City pension funds to the public.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has approved New York City pension funds’ request to proceed jointly with a shareholder proposal at two bank that seeks an independent review of mortgage and foreclosure practices.
Liu is hoping to hire a China specialist to manage the second fund.