The New York City Retirement Systems will be looking to further integrate its emerging private equity manager program into its overall portfolio.
The $253.2 billion New York City Retirement Systems will expand their emerging manager programs, City Comptroller Brad Lander announced at the Bureau of Asset Management’s Nov. 16 diverse-owned and emerging manager conference.
Managers looking for tangible allocator efforts on evaluating and hiring diverse-owned firms heard from a panel on their successes and how they were achieved during the Investment Diversity Advisory Council’s annual summit.
Consultants have been taking steps to embrace accountability when it comes to diversity and inclusion within their own firms, according to a panel at the Investment Diversity Advisory Council’s annual summit.
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.
Trade associations in the diverse manager space discussed the disappointing state of the industry and what can be done to grow those numbers at the National Association of Securities Professionals’ annual financial services conference held in Philadelphia on July 24-26.
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.
From it’s beginnings 20 years ago as a startup conference run by Renae Griffin to today’s version under GCM Grosvenor, Consortium has brought over 6,500 attendees together to further the emerging and diverse asset manager community.
Insights From Consortium’s Founder
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.