Erik Lundberg is the Chief Investment Officer at University of Michigan, responsible for directing the University’s $18 billion long term investment portfolio, which includes the 10th largest endowment of an institution of higher learning.
Since joining the University as its first Chief Investment Officer, Mr. Lundberg has established the University’s Investment Office as a highly regarded institutional investor and has seen the endowment grow from being the 17th largest endowment when he joined to being 10th in size today with a value of $17 billion. Mr. Lundberg received Institutional Investor Magazine’s Award for Excellence in Investment Management for Endowments in 2007 to recognize his outstanding achievement, was named Public Endowment CIO of the Decade in 2015, and ranked among the top 25 CIOs in the world by Chief Investment Officer Magazine.
Mr. Lundberg is director of Father Flanagans Fund for Needy Children, serves on the investment advisory committees of the Skillman Foundation in Detroit and Agility – a leading OCIO firm, and is a member of the CIO Advisory Council of Alternative Investment Management, Inc. He has been a trusted advisor to TIFF (The Investment Fund for Foundations), State of Michigan’s Pension Funds, Capital International’s Emerging Markets Growth Fund, and Okabena Investment Services.
Mr. Lundberg is a CFA charterholder.