US - Michael Travaglini, executive director of the US$44bn Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Trust, is quitting after six years as state lawmakers consider capping compensation at the public fund.
Travaglini, 47, who is paid a base salary of $322,000, said in an interview that the pension fund for state employees and teachers, which is overseen by a board chaired by state Treasurer Timothy Cahill,...
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