Yale taps Mendelsohn to replace Swensen as CIO

Yale University tapped Matthew Mendelsohn, who has been at the endowment investment office since 2007, as the successor to David Swensen as CIO.

Matthew Mendelsohn (provided)

Swensen died on May 5 and was remembered for his far-reaching impact he had in alternative investing among institutional investors and the creator of what was dubbed the “Swensen” model or Yale model of investing.

A graduate of Yale College, Mendelsohn is now responsible for . . .

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