Hirtle Callaghan has appointed Mark Hamilton as chief investment officer, and will report to CEO Ranji Nagaswami.
In this newly created position, Hamilton, who most recently served as chief investment officer of Asset Allocation for OppenheimerFunds, will have responsibility for Hirtle Callaghan’s entire investment program and will chair the Investment Policy Committee.
The addition of Mark Hamilton follows the appointment in January 2018 of Daniel McCollum, who joined Hirtle Callaghan from Brown University, as deputy chief investment officer with responsibility for Alternative Investments. The investment team leadership also includes Brad Conger, deputy chief investment officer for Public Markets, and Scott Jacobson, director and senior strategist responsible for Risk Management.
Hamilton joins Hirtle Callaghan with nearly 25 years of investment experience and a robust foundation in capital allocation globally, across diverse asset classes and alternative strategies. He was most recently chief investment officer of Asset Allocation for OppenheimerFunds, where he led a team of 20 investors managing approximately $12 billion in global multi-asset solutions.
Before joining OppenheimerFunds in 2013, Hamilton spent nearly two decades at AllianceBernstein, where in his last role he was investment director of the Dynamic Asset Allocation portfolio management team. His responsibilities previously included managing investments across global equities, bonds, credit, currencies and real assets for institutional and private clients. He began his investment career as a global fixed income portfolio manager specializing in interest rates, currencies and macroeconomics.