Disclosure: PE returns from MassPRIM

Sep 17, 2012

Dan Primack was a senior editor at Fortune from 2010 to 2016. He was also the author of Term Sheet, Fortune's daily newsletter about deals and dealmakers.

FORTUNE -- The Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board (PRIM) has an organizational chart that is beginning to resemble the front of a Chicago classroom: No chief investment officer. No senior investment officer for private equity. No senior investment officer for hedge funds.

This is no small deal, considering that this is a $49 billion system with 12% exposure to private equity and 9.8% exposure to hedge funds (as of July 31). Pension executive director Michael Trotsky tells me that he hopes to have the positions filled by year-end, but declined to comment further.

Worth noting that I only spoke to Trotsky because I’d repeatedly asked PRIM’s CFO for year-end 2011 performance data to no avail (PRIM is supposed to disclose the info annually upon requests, for partnerships formed at least five years earlier).

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