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NEPC targets diverse managers via renewed research focus

Consulting firm NEPC, which has $1.3 trillion in assets under advisory, announced a new program to identify and support diverse…

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TIFF: The Endowment Model continues to deliver

TIFF follows the endowment style of investing, broadly defined as growth focused, active management, high equity allocation, and a search…

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Cambridge Associates makes the case for a robust private markets program

Cambridge Associates, a Boston-based investment consultant, has issued a new report for institutional investors who are still considering an allocation…

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Wilshire launches liquid risk premia index

Wilshire is offering allocators a new index to measure the performance of liquid risk premia across a broad cross-section of…

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Illinois pension adds over $3.5bn to alts portfolios

The Teachers’ Retirement System of Illinois hired over two dozen managers across the alternative investment spectrum this past month, adding…

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Mercer names sustainable investment research leader

Sarika Goel has been appointed global head of sustainable investment research at Mercer as the firm expands its investment capabilities…

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Sacramento places $250m in alts, strategies shine post-pandemic

The Sacramento County Employees’ Retirement System saw portfolio gains over the past year as trustees approved another $250 million in…

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Callan hires Marquette’s McGuane

Callan hired Joe McGuane as a senior vice president in the firm’s Alternatives Consulting group, as Jim McKee retires from…

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SBCERA to add non-U.S. private equity, private real assets to portfolio

The $13.24 billion San Bernardino County Employees' Retirement Administration (SBCERA) tweaked its asset mix based on a new asset liability…

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Former Wilshire Consulting exec harnesses the disruptive power of AI

Years in the making, Rosetta Analytics is disrupting the status quo in CTA land -- not only with a woman…

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