Asset-Manager Flows and Profits
As recruiters we work both sides of the investment-management street: serving for-profit money managers and not-for-profits like foundations and endowments.
Fee-based publicly listed asset managers, especially the big ones, are newsworthy because they invest a lot of money for a lot of customers, including non-profits investors. There’s plenty in the media about these firms, but it’s often piecemeal commentary on quarterly results. It’s newsworthy because it drives markets. But our perspective is different.
Ultimately we want to make judgments about the success or failure of leadership: who is outperforming or underperforming their peers? Who is earning his or her pay? Who isn’t?Read More »
5-13-16 Skorina in Bloomberg News: Harvard Paid Former Endowment Chief Jane Mendillo $13.8 MillionRead More »
Wrangling the Unicorns: Yale celebrates their VC heroes
Yale, in their 2015 annual report issued this month has broken out their private equity allocation into two distinct segments: Leveraged Buyouts and Venture Capital. See:
This is the first time in many years they’ve offered that level of detail. And they’ve given the whole report a VC-and-entrepreneurial theme, supplementing the numbers with profiles of some Yale-linked VC heroes and heroines.Read More »