WASHINGTON —Treasurer Manju Ganeriwala has helped helm Virginia’s finances through two governors and a global recession, and though the commonwealth has emerged in better shape than many states, she remains concerned about pension reform and what she feels are misguided efforts at municipal market regulation by federal authorities.

Appointed to the post by former Gov. Tim Kaine, a Democrat, amidst worldwide financial apprehension in 2009 and subsequently reappointed by Republican Gov. Robert McDonnell, the Indian-born Ganeriwala made the transition from key advisor to manager of Virginia’s more than $9 billion investment portfolio and $15 billion of debt.

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