Steve MoseleyDeputy CIO and Head of Private Markets and Alternative Investments at Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation
Steve Moseley is Deputy CIO and Head of Private Markets and Alternative Investments for the US$70 billion Alaska Permanent Fund, an endowment formed in 1980 to provide for all current and future generations of Alaskans. APFC’s internally managed private markets and absolute return portfolio has grown from less than $1 billion when Moseley joined APFC in 2013 to over $20 billion today. Before joining APFC, Moseley restructured and sold Marston-Ross Corporation, a Connecticut-based family investment office. Before that he was president of StepStone Group, a global manager of diversified private market assets and, prior to that, co-president of the direct investment division of StepStone’s predecessor company, Pacific Corporate Group.
Earlier in his career, Steve worked in investment banking at Credit Suisse First Boston (“CSFB”) and as a principal in CSFB’s private equity investment affiliate, Windward Capital Partners.
Moseley received his MBA from Yale University and his BA from Wesleyan University.