Diverse Talent, Expansion Efforts Continue In Asset Management Industry
Things are moving forward for QSV Equity Investors, which recently eclipsed the $100 million mark in assets under management.
Emerging manager-of-managers professionals shared occurrences that gave them immediate pause when vetting a manager during The Navigating the Challenges of the Due Diligence Process panel.
Intentionality in incorporating diversity in an investment portfolio is incumbent on the institutional investor, according to a fireside chat held at the New York State Insurance Fund’s 13th Annual MWBE Investment Symposium in New York on Feb. 23.
Large institutional investors have begun the work toward transparency and accountability that will eventually move the needle from a diversity, equity and inclusion perspective.
The $3.6 billion Dallas Employees’ Retirement Fund will resume in-person open house seminars for Next Generation Managers this year following their postponement due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Asland Capital Partners had masks and hand sanitizer in January 2020, but it’s the private real estate emerging manager’s philosophy and process that helped it truly navigate the COVID-19 pandemic less than two years after launching.
Black-owned asset manager Blueprint Capital Advisors will get a court date in a longstanding federal lawsuit filed against the New Jersey Division of Investment and others.
The past year may prove to be an inflection point for transparency in the investment management space, though changes remain incremental.
Osmosis Investment Management has sustained its own success by staying focused on what they have from the start: sustainability.