A focus on marketers and third party firms.
U.S. farmland is ripe for the picking for institutional investors, according to investment firm US Agriculture.
CornerCap Institutional continues to look inward in refining itself as it works for greater institutional investor interest.
Phocas Financial’s REIT strategy has kept the investment firm focused on how smaller allocations can provide alpha since launching in 2005.
The Toronto-based firm was founded in 2014 by President and CEO Christopher Page, who has over 40 years of experience in the asset management industry and previously served as a member of the Canadian Olympic Committee’s investment board.
Vergent Asset Management’s team and structure have helped it grow in a tough cycle and position the firm to take advantage of increased investor interest in the emerging and frontier markets.
Warren Financial wants to give institutional investors an option.
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.
LM Capital Group’s emerging market debt strategy is helping bring the firm to new places.
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.