For the 2019 iteration of CIO’s NextGen list, we’re inviting asset owners and managers to tell the world who you think are the next leaders in the industry. The list compiles 25 of the brightest young minds, and replaced our Forty Under Forty list last year. That said, candidates can be over age 40, but below 50. Nominees can be past Forty Under Forty achievers, but cannot repeat from last year.
 
Nominations will be kept anonymous to provide the best experience possible. To nominate, please answer the following five questions about who you think is the next big thing. If you know more than one rock star, feel free to feature multiple nominations in your answers. Please incorporate as much detail as possible in your responses.

A few rules:

1. Nominees must be asset owners working in public and private pension plans, endowments and foundations, sovereign wealth funds, and/or single family offices (they cannot be asset managers, outsourced-CIOs, or multi-family offices).

2. Nominees must be senior investment professionals working with or reporting to CIOs.

Nominations will close on April 5.

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* 1. Please provide your NextGen candidate’s name.

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* 2. Is you NextGen candidate under 50?

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* 3. Please provide your NextGen candidate’s contact information.

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* 4. What asset owner are they with (please include the firm’s total assets under management, if possible)?

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* 5. Why would they make a great leader?

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* 6. What was a recent accomplishment of your NextGen candidate?

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* 7. Who is the CIO they report to?

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