We value our relationships with investment managers. We rely on our partnerships with you to do the best we can to serve our mutual clients. The better we understand your investment philosophy, process, and performance, the better we can work together to deliver results.
What We Look For in a Manager
We look for managers who are good business partners to help our mutual clients achieve their objectives. We want to know you well so we can represent you well. Our approach to investment manager due diligence is multifaceted; we collect your data and materials, meet with you, perform business risk reviews, and analyze your data to better understand you. Learn more about what we look for in a manager.
Cambridge Associates divides managers into two categories and tailors the due diligence process to each.
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Hedge funds and long-only
Public managers include hedge funds and hedge funds of funds, as well as long-only managers: public equity, fixed income, municipal bonds, convertibles, balanced, real estate investment trusts (REITs), cash management.
Private equity, venture capital and real asset
Private managers include all private alternative assets: venture capital, buyouts, subordinated debt, private funds of funds, secondaries, distressed securities, special equity, real assets, private equity.