To say that the financial well-being of hundreds of millions of people around the globe rests on the performance of the tens of trillions of dollars held in funds with long-term investment horizons is not hyperbole. Whether these assets belong to defined-benefit or defined-contribution retirement plans, endowments or foundations, or other special-purpose funds, and whether the funds are large or small, public or private—virtually all of us have a stake in their successful investment. But who are the people who oversee these investments, and what are their credentials?

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