Salem, OR—Salem, OR — The Oregon Investment Council will hold its next regularly scheduled meeting virtually at 9 a.m. on April 21, 2021. A full agenda and instructions for participating are below. At the meeting, the Council will welcome new member Charles Wilhoite, who was appointed by Governor Kate Brown in March and confirmed by the Oregon Senate on April 15.
Mr. Wilhoite is a managing director at Willamette Management Associates, a Portland-based firm specializing in financial advisory and business valuation services. Before beginning his 30-year career at Willamette Management Associates, Mr. Wilhoite worked for KPMG and received degrees in finance and accounting from Arizona State University. His many professional accreditations include certified public accountant, certified fraud examiner, and certification in financial management.
Mr. Wilhoite currently chairs the board of directors of Legacy Health and is the immediate past chair of the boards of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco-Portland Branch and The Nature Conservancy of Oregon. Additional board and volunteer service includes board membership with Meyer Memorial Trust, the National Association of Corporate Directors-Northwest Branch, NW Natural Holdings, Oregon Health & Science University, the Oregon Housing Stability Council, Portland Business Alliance, Portland State University Foundation, and the Urban League of Portland, among many others.
The agenda for the Council meeting includes discussions on portfolio risk, the public equity currency hedge program, asset allocation, and the current low interest rate investment environment. A full agenda and other meeting materials are available at:
The meeting will be live-streamed at:
Public comments can be submitted through the virtual meeting application or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
. An audio recording will be available on the Oregon State Treasury website following the meeting.
About the Oregon Investment Council
The Oregon Investment Council is the governing body with fiduciary authority for Oregon’s complex and globally-diversified financial and real asset investment program. The Council has six members, four of whom are appointed by the governor. State Treasurer Tobias Read and the director of the Public Employees Retirement System serve as ex officio members.
About Oregon Treasury
The Oregon State Treasury improves the financial well-being of all Oregonians. We provide low-cost banking, debt management, and investment programs for governments and empower Oregonians to invest in themselves and their loved ones through the Oregon College Savings Plan, Oregon ABLE Savings Plan, and OregonSaves.