Directors Guild of America-Producer Pension and Health Plans has named a new CIO

By Muskan Arora

The $4.7 billion Directors Guild of America-Producer Pension and Health Plans has named Anouk van der Boor as the new CIO, effective July 1.

In the new role, Boor will work closely with the DGA-PPHP’s Finance Committee on asset allocation, risk management, manager selection, and other strategic initiatives.

Prior to this role, she served as the managing director for The Rockefeller University for almost two years. There she developed deep expertise and network of relationships in Venture Capital including AI, Blockchain and Life Sciences and proposed and presented new strategies for inclusion in the portfolio such as real estate credit, special situations, energy transition and blockchain.

As a managing director, she also sourced, ran due diligence and monitored fund and co-investment opportunities in the $1 billion+ private investment portfolio. 

Before that, Boor worked at Cambridge Partners for seventeen years and had started in 2005 as senior investment director, where she stayed for three years. She then moved on to being the managing director for private investments in Singapore for almost six years before taking over the same role in Massachusetts for almost four years.

Boor worked as a partner for managing private investments for almost five years before moving onto the next organization.

“She is a seasoned investor with a track record of delivering strong returns. Her deep experience in private markets and extensive network of manager relationships will open new opportunities for our pension and health plans,” said Jay Roth, Co-chair of the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees.

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