Raynald Lévèque

Chief Investment Officer
New Hampshire Retirement System

Raynald Lévèque is the Chief Investment Officer for the $11 billion New Hampshire Retirement System. Before joining New Hampshire in 2022, Raynald was the Deputy Chief Investment Officer for the Office of the Treasurer, State of Connecticut, $37 billion Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds. Prior to the State of Connecticut, Raynald held leadership roles in strategic asset allocation and risk management at the $210 billion New York State Common Retirement Fund, Office of the State Comptroller. Raynald joined the New York Common in 2010 as the Director of Risk Management, establishing the first-ever risk management function for the plan. Earlier in his career, Raynald was a quantitative investment professional on the OppenheimerFunds Main Street Team, managing $16 billion across three US mutual funds using factor-based quantitative strategies. Raynald earned his master’s degree in finance from Fordham University and a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology.