The UNM Anderson School of Management continues its successful Boerigter Business Breakfast Program on Tuesday, May 2 at 7:30 a.m. with New Mexico State Investment Officer Steve Moise.

In his presentation at the Albuquerque Country Club, Moise will discuss New Mexico’s Permanent Funds: Understanding What We Have and What Could Be.

Steve Moise
Steve Moise

A budget stabilizer and wealth creator, New Mexico’s Land Grant and Severance Tax Permanent Funds combined to deliver $7.5 billion to New Mexico over the last decade alone. Already a critical component in how we pay for public education today, these funds could be the keystone for future generations. But how the funds actually work, and the very real risks they face, are not always well understood, especially in times of budgetary crisis. Moise will discuss the fiduciary’s point of view.

“In this time of financial unrest here in New Mexico, we are pleased to have Steve Moise educate us about the state’s permanent funds,” says Acting Dean Shawn Berman. “His presentation will be a lesson in understanding how the funds affect the state in both good and bad financial times.”

Moise was appointed State Investment Officer by the State Investment Council in April 2010. Since then he has worked with the Council, the Governor and Legislature to implement a complex restructuring of the SIC, its policies, procedures and investment strategies.

The UNM Anderson School of Management Boerigter Business Breakfast Program is a business lecture series sponsored by the Anderson School through the generosity of Sibilla and George Boerigter and SoundOff Signal. The series hosts business leaders from across the country to speak on topics of current interest and is offered at no cost to the business community. A light breakfast will be served.

Reservations are now being accepted; space is limited. Reserve a space online or by contacting Felicia Rodriquez at 505.277.1504 or  
For more information, visit ASM Business to Business.