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The equity markets—both public and private—have garnered the majority of the investment world’s headlines through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, leaving fixed-income managers to serve as a key relief valve for investors seeking liquidity.
As expected, the first quarter of 2020 was full of largely red numbers, particularly in public equity where only two firms posted positive numbers and just 22 firms in the domestic large-cap and small-cap space outperformed their respective benchmarks, according to the latest EMM quarterly performance rankings.
An endowment is looking to invest one-quarter of its assets in diverse managers.
The National Action Network (NAN) recently sent a letter to five leading higher education institutions asking them to report on the diversity of their collective $117 billion in endowment assets as it looks to tackle the issue of utilization of diverse-owned asset management firms.
Karey Barker of Cross Creek talks to EMM about how COVID-19 has impacted the venture market.
The position will conduct responsibilities related to program management, sourcing, portfolio construction/due diligence/approval and asset management, according to a posting for the position.
EMM Editor Matthew McCue took part in a webinar, How Boutique and Emerging Asset Managers Are Handling the Pandemic and Keeping their Clients Engaged, hosted by Sondhelm Partners last month.
This issue examines how the emerging fixed-income manager space is holding up through the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, we have our first quarter investment report.