The Church Pension Group (CPG) announced today that Roger A. Sayler has joined CPG to succeed William L. Cobb, Jr., as Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer on June 19, 2014. Mr. Cobb, who has so admirably served the Church and CPG with a depth of expertise, dedication and insight, is retiring after 15 faithful years of service in that capacity and will continue as an advisor.
Sayler has been a trustee of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg's Endowment Foundation since 2007, and continues to add a trusted voice to the oversight of Gettysburg Seminary's long term investment strategy.
“Roger Sayler is a recognized leader in the investment community who brings both institutional investment management experience and leadership skills,” said Mary Kate Wold, CPG’s CEO and President. “We are delighted to welcome him to the CPG team.”
Prior to joining CPG, Mr. Sayler served as Chief Operating Officer at Columbia Management Group. Before that, he spent 20 years at J.P. Morgan Investment Management Inc., where, as Managing Director, he headed such areas as Structured Equity Portfolio Management and Mutual Funds and served as global head of derivatives.
For the full news release, see Episcopal News Service: http://episcopaldigitalnetwork.com/ens/2014/05/09/cpg-names-roger-a-sayler-chief-investment-officer/