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CA Answers October 2021
Cambridge Conversations: Andrea Auerbach, Global Head of Private Investments

Global Head of Private Investments Andrea Auerbach recently joined the firm’s executive leadership team, recognizing the important role private investments play in long-term outperformance for our clients. Andrea has been with CA for 20 years and is a 30-year veteran of the private investment market. As part of the executive leadership team and head of the dedicated business unit for discretionary private investments, Andrea is responsible for ensuring that Cambridge Associates continues to source, diligence, and underwrite best-in-class private investment opportunities around the globe and for overseeing the management of discretionary private investment mandates.
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CA Answers October 2021
Cambridge Conversations: Melinda Wright, Global Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Melinda joined Cambridge Associates’ executive leadership team in late September as the firm’s first Global Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. In this newly created executive position, Melinda will be a close partner in ensuring DEI is integrated in all firm-wide efforts. She will also be responsible for monitoring and measuring our DEI outcomes to ensure we are driving a shared vision through action and creating a long-term DEI strategy that is aligned with our business goals.
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CA Answers September 2021
Contagion Risk From China Evergrande Likely Low

Fears that a default by China Evergrande Group could trigger a financial crisis has led to some weakness in global equities in recent days, with the MSCI All Country World Index falling 3.5% from its peak. While Evergrande is likely to default and require a major restructuring, we view fears of a broader financial crisis as overblown.
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CA Answers August 2021
Can Value Stocks Continue to Outperform the Broad Market?

Yes, we believe value stocks can resume their leadership relative to the broad market over the next six to 12 months, provided we are correct in our assessment that the economic impact of COVID-19 Delta variant will be limited in major developed markets and China.
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