The Pandemic Dealt a Blow to Financial Security. Here’s What TIAA’s CEO Says Could Minimize the Damage.
By Reshma Kapadia
Roger Ferguson has long focused on financial well-being and retirement security as the head of TIAA. Both have been dealt a blow during the pandemic, but the past year’s events could also be a catalyst for change. Ferguson will turn over the reins of the financial services provider, which manages $1.3 trillion in assets including college professors’ pensions, to Thasunda Brown Duckett, a former JPMorgan Chase executive and new addition to the Barron’s 100 Most Influential Women in Finance list, in May, when he retires.
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