Deloitte CIO Alex Lee
Lee oversees more than $25 billion in defined contribution and defined benefit assets at Deloitte.
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Condiment lovers across the globe are likely familiar with the iconic “57 varieties” slogan attached to Heinz ketchup bottles, first unveiled in 1896. Investors today could be forgiven for thinking it refers to the number of possible economic scenarios that could play out over the next 12 months.
To deal with that uncertainty, Kraft Heinz employees and retirees rely on Michael Jabs, who oversees the financial operations for all retirement plans and post-retirement medical plans globally. (Kraft and Heinz merged in 2015 to create one of the largest food companies in the world.) Totaling about $12 billion in assets across all plans, it’s no small task. We spoke with Jabs about his take on the economy, opportunities in AI, and his views on diversity and inclusion, among other topics.