Diverse-owned managers provide an important solution, but not the only one, as endowments and foundations implement investment strategies or policies that incorporate diversity, equity or inclusion goals into their portfolio management.
Prime Buchholz has grown its roster of diverse managers that it recommends to institutional clients.
Investment consultant FEG Investment Advisors disclosed the number of diverse managers and strategies that it recommends to clients during its inaugural Diverse Manager Road Series event held March 8 in Dallas.
Many nonprofits have set ambitious goals for allocating more of their portfolios to diverse-owned asset managers in recent years, with many publicizing the efforts and progress as they go along.
Private equity firms with higher levels of diversity are more likely to receive greater capital from leading institutional investors, according to a new report from McKinsey.
While diversity, equity and inclusion investments garner attention from the broader industry, U.S. venture capital firms have dedicated less than 2% of their assets to DEI investments, a new study finds.
The MacArthur Foundation has surpassed its goal of investing at least 20% of its approximately $8.2 billion investment portfolio with firms led by managers of color or women, Spokeswoman Kristen Mack said, in an e-mail.
Eva Shang’s desire to launch a tech start-up led the undergraduate economics student to drop out of Harvard University and immediately enter the prestigious early-stage start-up accelerator program Y Combinator in 2016.
Investment consultant Prime Buchholz continues to increase the number of diverse managers it recommends to institutional clients.
4th Street Capital is using its value-minded and long-focused strategy to bring new investors to the U.S. equity market, especially from India, where Managing Partner Yogesh Gupta has a network of family and friends.