News from the Emerging Manager space.
Featuring recent news from the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation, Ariel Investments and Ativo Capital Management.
Meketa Investment Group will hold its next emerging and diverse manager research day for public and private markets in October, the firm announced.
The Semper Capital Management team will transition to Medalist Partners as the firms expand their partnership in the structured credit space, the New York-based firms announced.
Private equity and alternative investments remained a significant aspect of the economy despite a challenging fundraising environment in 2022, pointing to the importance of the professionals and talent in charge of how capital is deployed.
Zevin Asset Management has bolstered its investment team with the addition of Grace Capital CIO Catherine Faddis.
Few limited partners were starting emerging manager programs after the Global Financial Crisis, but two industry allies got on the same page and partnered to invest in an opportunity-rich segment in the growing private equity market.
Diverse investment manager representation within Georgetown University’s approximately $3.3 billion endowment ticked up in 2023 but remains relatively static year-over-year despite the addition of five new U.S.-based managers and the elimination of two other firms, according to a new report.
The Smithsonian Institution has released its Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Report, disclosing that it has nearly 40% of its domestic assets under management invested with minority- and women-owned investment managers.
MonaLisa Como has been named the new executive director of the Institute for Diversity & Inclusion in Finance (IDiF).
A majority of the Employees Retirement System of Rhode Island’s fund managers are white and led and/or owned by men, according to the results of a 2022 diversity, equity and inclusion survey.