Anne-Marie Fink, the State of Wisconsin Investment Board’s private markets and funds alpha managing director, has been named one of Institutional Investor’s Allocator Intel’s First Annual Global Top 50 Women in Investment Management. The list is a celebration of distinguished women from around the world nominated by their peers in recognition for gender advancement, driving the industry through diversity of thought, and serving as role models to other investment management professionals, regardless of gender.
“It is truly an honor to be included amongst this group of outstanding women,” Fink said. “I am extremely grateful to my SWIB colleagues, without whom I would not have received this commendation. Their hard work and expertise are also being honored.”
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Fink joined SWIB in 2020. She has more than two decades of investment management experience, both in the public and private sectors. Fink has served as the chief investment officer for the Employees’ Retirement System of Rhode Island. She started her investment career at JPMorgan, where she spent more than 15 years as an equity and hedge fund analyst.
Prior to joining SWIB, Fink worked at State Street Global Advisors where she was the head of portfolio strategies for alternative investments. Fink earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University and an MBA from Columbia University Business School.