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Features/Profiles
Reflecting On The Battle: How Veteran-Owned Managers Have Fared

Our annual feature looking at the veteran-owned investment manager space.

11.04.20
Features/Profiles
Bridging The Gap: Minority & Women CIOs Can Boost Diverse Managers’ Access To Capital

There are currently 25 women and/or minority executives at the top 100 U.S. defined benefit pension plans, versus 38 at the top 100 U.S. nonprofits, up from 23 and 36, respectively, in 2019, according to data compiled by Emerging Manager Monthly.

07.01.20
Q&A With Illinois Teachers’ Jose Gonzalez
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Q&A With Illinois Teachers’ Jose Gonzalez

Reflecting On One Year At Illinois Teachers

07.01.20
A Little Help Goes A Long Way: Siris Co-Founder Looks To Help Next Generation
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A Little Help Goes A Long Way: Siris Co-Founder Looks To Help Next Generation

From taking part in an SEO program that led to his first job on Wall Street to finding traction for his fledgling private equity firm through emerging manager programs, “when I think about the success I have had in my career, there is an element of ‘a little bit of help’,” Siris Co-Founder Frank Baker says.

06.03.20
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Dedicated Origination Team, Partnership Crucial To Diverse Investing: Outsourced CIO

This feature initially ran in EMM sister publication Nonprofit News on May 21.

06.03.20
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A Lasting Bond: Emerging Fixed-Income Managers Prove Their Worth During Crisis

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.

05.06.20
Emerging Managers Respond To Coronavirus Impact
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Emerging Managers Respond To Coronavirus Impact

The COVID-19 virus has resulted in the complete upheaval of day-to-day life in the U.S. and forced businesses across the country to shift to running with an entirely virtual workforce. In the asset management space, that shift has coincided with a dramatic downturn in the markets that saw March post the worst returns for stocks since 2008.

04.01.20
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Special Report: Emerging Manager Space At An Inflection Point

CalPERS, Progress Decisions Create Questions Heading Into 2020

01.08.20
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Special Report: What’s Next For MoMs After Attucks-Capital Prospects Deal, Progress?

The emerging manager-of-managers space has seen a significant shakeup in the past three months with the elimination of roughly $3 billion in assets from the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, Attucks Asset Management’s acquisition of Capital Prospects and the decision by Progress Investment Management Company to close this year.

01.08.20
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Special Report: Institutional Space Speaks Up About CalPERS Public Equity Shift

The loss of roughly $3 billion in assets dedicated to active equity emerging managers is going to sting even those managers not directly impacted by the decision.

01.08.20