While firms conduct academic research to expand on their knowledge of investment management and portfolio analysis, the research is empirical in nature, backed by data, has numerous sources and can most often be found on networks such as the Social Science Research Network, according to the experts.
Producing academic research papers provides a unique opportunity for exposure and feedback for emerging managers, however, the resources and time needed to allocate to the effort can be a significant hurdle for smaller managers, according to experts on the topic.
There is material evidence of a change in how the alternative investment management industry approaches hiring, and a new report finds that managers need to make progress in hiring individuals from diverse backgrounds and make provisions for doing so.
Operating with a name that best represents the work that they do, commercial real estate financial services advisory group DOT Capital Advisors recently rebranded while many quarantined in 2020.
Catching Up With The Head Of The TRS Emerging Mgr. Program
The Past Year Has Seen An Increase In Value Of Diversity On Investment Teams; Recent Departures Highlight Questions About Retention
Brin Cunningham, ceo and founder of quantitative investment firm ECM Strategies, is seeing things from a different seat at the table.
In the same way that weight is added to specific parts of a ship to provide balance, small- to mid-cap equity manager Ballast Asset Management focuses its efforts on providing stability to portfolios regardless of the market environment.
Allocators Grapple With Inclusion Of LGBTQ+ Managers As Diversity Efforts Grow
Since its initial launch in 2018, international and emerging markets equity firm Channing Global Advisors has seen growth in both clients and assets under management due in part to their focus on quality.
Insights on Prudential Financial’s move to invest with diverse private equity managers and more.