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March 14, 2019
Family Offices Are in Expansion Mode, and Love Alts

Two-thirds of family offices debuted after 2000, attracted by their long-term approach—even though their investments don’t always beat the market in the short run.

CalPERS Direct-Style Private Equity Plan Comes Up for a Vote March 18

The largest US pension plan aims to break new ground with a program to expand its private equity asset class.

At Morningstar: Asness Has No Simple Answer to Quant Strategy Losses
Chaya Slain, Former NextGen and Forty Under 40 Achiever, Becomes CIO
After a Two-Year Search, CalPERS Finally Hires Private Equity Head
2019 Chief Investment Officer Summit
Michigan Endowment May Send More Capital to Seven Funds
In Investment Management, It Takes Two to Tango

Human/Machine interaction must be optimized to drive successful outcomes.

CIO Webcast To Air At 11 A.M.

New Mexico PERA CIO and other top financial pros to discuss how institutional investors make decisions in the age of imperfect data.

Productivity May Finally Be on the Rise, Economist Says

Tech advances like AI, plus Fed restraint, may at last lift it out of the doldrums, Natixis’ Lavorgna believes.

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