Emerging and diverse managers are increasingly turning to high-net-worth investors, family offices and foundations and endowments for early allocations.
New Partnership Aims To Commit $100 Million Annually
GCM Grosvenor and TPG NEXT have created guides for emerging managers in partnership with the California Public Employees’ Retirement System.
Involving diverse investment firms in manager searches largely comes down to sourcing and intentionality, according to a public markets panel at the CalPERS/CalSTRS Catalyst conference held on June 26-28 in San Francisco.
Integrated Quantitative Investments has garnered its first institutional client as it celebrates three years since launching.
It is difficult for meaningful change to happen overnight. Most change takes years, if not decades, to truly gain footing and establish roots.
The headlines for the past few years have painted a bleak outlook for office and retail real estate – particularly in New York City where COVID-19 left many companies and their employees in a multi-year work from home situation.
The 20th anniversary of Consortium took a look back at the progress made around emerging and diverse managers over the past two decades but event panels also reiterated the work left to do.
Diversity among investment consulting firms in aggregate has remained stagnant over the past five years, the newest Diverse Asset Managers Initiative Investment Consultant Survey shows.