Financial management realignment approved

by Matthew V.Storin

A realignment of the University of Notre Dame’s financial management has been approved by its Board of Trustees. The changes announced today will separate the responsibilities of the vice president for finance and chief investment officer into two vice presidencies.p. Scott C. Malpass, who has served as chief investment officer since 1989 and vice president for finance since 1999, will become vice president and chief investment officer, focusing on investment of the University’s endowment, working capital and pension assets now approximating $3 billion. John A. Sejdinaj, assistant vice president for finance and director of budget and planning, will become vice president for finance, continuing his management of the offices of budget and planning and student financial services and assuming oversight of the controller’s group.p.

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