Korea Investment Corp appoints new chief investment officer

Sovereign wealth fund names Dong-ik Lee as CIO for three-year tenure


Korea Investment Corporation (KIC) has appointed Dong-ik (Don) Lee as its new chief investment officer, replacing Scott Kalb, who retires after completing his three-year post at KIC. Lee was most recently KIC’s managing director and head of the private markets group and has been with KIC since 2008.
Lee’s term as chief investment officer is three years and is effective immediately. Prior to joining KIC, Lee had spent five years as head of investments at STIC Investments, a private equity/venture

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