News from the Emerging Manager space.
An interview with Katherine Molnar, cio of the Fairfax County (Va.) Police Officers Retirement System.
More than two-thirds of the wealthiest 25 private and 25 public college and university endowments, representing $587 billion in total assets, refused to participate in an assessment of the representation of women- and racial or ethnic minority-owned investment firms overseeing their endowments, according to new research.
Casting a wider net and identifying diverse talent is growing in importance among the top public defined benefit pension plans and foundations and endowments in the U.S., with incremental progress seen in the hiring of women and minority cios.
Callan will be holding its next virtual Callan Connects event on June 23.
The New York State Common Retirement Fund has approximately $31 billion invested with or committed to minority- and women-owned asset managers, according to its annual MWBE Strategy Report for the period ending March 31.
New York City Comptroller Brad Lander has asked for an internal review after former CIO Alex Doñé joined a private equity firm that the city’s five pension funds have a relationship with.
An interview with Gerald Alain P. Chen-Young, Principal of GCY Associates LLC & Board Trustee of National Public Pension Funds Association
The $204 billion Teacher Retirement System of Texas has hired Lenox Park Associates to provide measurement and tracking services related to its diversity, equity and inclusion initiative, Deputy Director Andrew Roth said.
The Investments & Wealth Institute has launched the Investments & Wealth Foundation to grow and support a more diverse workforce, the organization announced.
We look at the lack of transparency from Yale University following its well-publicized diversity survey.