OCIO Confessions of a Former CIO

A former CIO explains why organizations should consider the OCIO value proposition.

After a 20-year stint as a former chief investment officer (CIO) at a large publicly-traded California utility company, Peter Corippo thought he had institutional investing figured out. But early in his new Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO) role, he was reminded of one of his grandmother's favorite observations: Remember, you don't know what you don't know. See why he believes that the OCIO value proposition has matured to the point where consideration seems to be the responsible thing for most fiduciaries to do.

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