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Mass. treasurer wants second role for pension chief

The $50 billion Massachusetts state pension fund has been missing a key player since June — a permanent chief investment officer.

The fund’s executive director, Michael Trotsky, has been filling in. And he has the experience to do it; his last job was at a hedge fund managing money. On Tuesday, state Treasurer Steven Grossman, the chairman of the pension fund board, indicated that he likes the current arrangement and proposed that Trotsky keep both jobs.

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