News Cateogry: In the News

Bloomberg | NEWS September 2020
Fund Allocator Plots Extra $20 Billion for Minority Managers

We believe that being sound, successful investors requires diversity of thought and contrarian ideas. Jasmine Richards, Head of Diverse Manager Research, discusses how her team is working to ensure that capital is allocated across a diverse group of asset managers in an equitable and inclusive manner. Read the full article here. 
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Chief Investment Officer | NEWS August 2020
Pension Investing Strategies for a W-Shaped Recovery

Although the markets have apparently righted the ship since the market volatility caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, there is likely still much uncertainty and potential volatility ahead. A recent survey found that three in 10 managers expect a W-shaped recovery for the economy. If this is the calm between the storms, plan sponsors should consider…
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Pensions Age | NEWS August 2020
Managing COVID-Related Volatility

In the latest Pensions Age podcast, Laura Blows speaks to Cambridge Associates Head of European Pension Practice, Alex Koriath, about the COVID-19 related market volatility and how pension funds can prepare for the challenges ahead. Listen to the full podcast below.
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Environmental Finance | NEWS August 2020
Family Offices and Impact Investing

Wealthy families whose assets are managed by family offices are increasingly recognizing the allure of investments made with an intent to create measurable positive impact, alongside financial returns. Chris Varco, Managing Director and head of ESG and sustainable investing at Cambridge Associates, discusses why impact reporting can be hard for family offices, and the stringent…
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Wall Street Journal | NEWS July 2020
Private Equity’s Trillion-Dollar Piggy Bank Holds Little for Struggling Companies

In this WSJ article, Global Head of Private Investments, Andrea Auerbach, discusses the contradictory situation where buyout firms are flush with cash but largely unable or unwilling to use it to support struggling older investments.  Auerbach expresses why she does not underestimate the ingenuity of private-equity firms or the companies they own. “It’s during periods…
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Chief Investment Officer | NEWS July 2020
Should Universities Spend More From Their Endowments?

During the virus-driven recession, universities are wrestling with whether they should dip deeper into their endowments. In this Chief Investment Officer article, Managing Director, Tracy Filosa discusses the results of a recent client survey. “There is a great deal of uncertainty like we haven’t seen ever before,” said Tracy Filosa, Managing Director at Cambridge Associates.…
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Capital Allocators | NEWS June 2020
Sustainable Investing Podcast

Liqian Ma is the Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing Research at Cambridge Associates.  Liqian developed an early interest in the climate growing up in a coal-dependent city in China. He began focusing on sustainable investing over a decade ago and leads Cambridge Associates work with its 150 clients focused on the space. His conversation…
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