Searches & Hires

  • Feb 27, 2014 - Dawn Lim

    U. Of Kentucky To Appoint First CIO, Slates Private Capital Build-Up

    The University of Kentucky (UKY), with $1.06 billion in endowment assets, has granted its investment team more discretion to pick managers and anticipates bringing on its first-ever cio in the spring.
  • Feb 05, 2014 - Carl Winfield

    Canada Nature Conservancy To Review Asset Mix

    Nature Conservancy of Canada CFO Kamal Rajani said the nonprofit plans to assess its risk appetite and review its asset allocation in 2014, speaking at the 11th Annual Foundation, Endowment and Nonprofit Investment Summit.

Fund Sponsors

  • Jan 29, 2015 - Laura Matthews

    U. Of Georgia System Seeking Consultant

    The board of the University System of Georgia is searching for an investment consultant to manage its $580 million pooled investment fund, according to a request for proposals.
  • Jan 28, 2015 - Laura Matthews

    U. Of Maine Divests Of Coal

    The board of the University of Maine System, which oversees a $270 million endowment and a $38 million pension plan, unanimously voted to divest its direct holdings in coal-mining companies.


Investment Managers

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  • Jan 30, 2015 - Levi Davis

    Weekend Reading: AM CheatSheet

    Some weekend reading to catch up on, including article on Keynes the money manager, the value of bear markets and investing Frankensteins.

  • Jan 29, 2015 - Kimberly Chin

    Investors Have Bigger Battle After S&P Settlement: AM CheatSheet

    States and pension funds still face a big battle with Standard & Poor’s, even after they collect half of the $1.37 billion recent settlement reached with the government over the firm’s shoddy handling of mortgage-backed securities.

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    Jan 28, 2015 - Danielle Kane

    CalPERS Squeezes PE Roster, Will Others Follow?—AM CheatSheet

    The California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) has recently confirmed plans to reduce the number of partnerships it has with private equity managers, leading some industry experts to question whether or not other plan sponsors around the United States will follow suit.