NYC Bureau of Asset Management Hires Enriquez for PE Role

Apr 8 2016 | 10:03pm ET

New York City’s Bureau of Asset Management has named J. David Enriquez as senior investment officer for private equity. 

The position is new. Enriquez will report to Alex Done, who is head of private equity for the pension fund, according to a report in Pensions & Investments.  

New York’s Bureau of Asset Management advises pension board trustees on investments and managers for the 700,000-member New York City Retirement System, a $154 billion pension fund that has allocated $10.2 billion to private equity as of January 31. 

Prior to his new position, Enriquez was a director in Rothschild’s M&A group. He was previously an investment banker with Merrill Lynch and held stints at Bear Stearns and Sullivan & Cromwell.

The Bureau of Asset Management is part of New York’s Office of the Comptroller, which is a member of the board of trustees of four of the five New York City public pension funds and is investment advisor to, and custodian of, all five funds.

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