Christopher J. Ailman, chief funding officer of The California State Academics’ Retirement System.
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The chief funding officer of one of many nation’s largest pension funds stated Monday that the U.S. financial system and inventory market would mirror the 1960s within the coming years.
Christopher Ailman of CalSTRS stated on CNBC’s “Squawk Alley” that he anticipated a “bumpy highway” forward for the financial system as firms and native governments attempt to recuperate from the coronavirus disaster.