News from the Emerging Manager space.
Diverse-owned investment firms managed a range of 5.1% to 35% for the 24 endowments responding to inquiries from Reps. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) and Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.), according to a report released last month.
Yale University CIO David Swensen has sent a letter to the investment managers in its approximately $31.2 billion endowment asking them to cooperate in “taking a more systematic approach to the problem of the lack of women and minorities in the asset management industry.”
Healthcare organizations must focus on creating a defined and goal-oriented approach to addressing diversity within their investment portfolios, according to a recent NEPC webinar.
Willis Towers Watson has devised new methods for assessing and encouraging diversity within asset managers and investment consultants, the firm announced.
Having partners that truly align with your investment objectives, philosophies and policies around diversity can be attributed to a great portfolio, according to recent insights from Illinois State Board of Investment CIO and Executive Director Johara Farhadieh.
Reps. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) and Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.) have released the findings of their inquiry into the use of diverse asset managers by 25 endowments.
NEPC will be hosting a webinar for healthcare organizations on diversity within investment programs.
Widening the net of allocators willing to make a first investment in an emerging manager will benefit the space across the board, a recent panel agreed.
The $253.6 billion California State Teachers’ Retirement System is searching for an investment diversity officer.
The SEC’s Asset Management Advisory Committee held its second panel on diversity and inclusion today. The panel included insights from investment consultants, managers-of-managers and plan sponsors.
This month we launch our Diverse Manager Directory at diversemanager.com.