A West Coast pension plan will conduct U.S. small-cap equity emerging manager interviews this week.
A California pension plan made hires in its search for non-U.S. developed markets equity strategies.
Foundations continue to lap the rest of the institutional investment space when it comes to investing with diverse- and women-owned firms, a new study finds.
A Northeast state plan disclosed several private equity commitments made in December.
A Western university has launched an investment program to increase its use of women- and minority-owned investment managers.
A pension fund in the Midwest has issued an RFP seeking emerging manager-of-managers.
A Texas-based fund is developing an alternative emerging manager program outline and will focus on two alternative strategies.
A Southern pension plan has issued its RFI for emerging managers-of-managers.
The National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) “is keenly focused on the importance of diversity in asset management positions, as well as diversity in the business officer profession as a whole,” according to a letter from President and CEO Susan Whealler Johnston in response to a letter from six members of Congress that requested the association take a closer look at diversity in endowment management.
Members of Congress are calling on the National Association of College and University Business Officers to help increase diversity among college and university endowment managers, according to an announcement.