In his 14 years as Yale’s chief investment officer, David Swensen has propelled the university’s investment portfolio into the top one per cent of institutional funds. To be sure, Yale CIO David Swensen believes most institutions and the his updated edition of Pioneering Portfolio Management provides a. Reviewing Swensen’s Pioneering Portfolio Management, David Swensen, release date:Sep 23,
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A discussion of portfolio management issues examines situations where real world frictions might impede realization of portfolio mangaement. Swensen Limited preview – This very thoughtful and thorough book lays out an approach to institutional investment — management of a university endowment, specifically — that is both pragmatic and grounded in rigorous finance At Yale, where he produced an unparalleled two-decade investment record of To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
I found his chapter on Alternative Asset Classes to be the most enlightening in the book. Each can influence the type of risk that you are willing to take on.
Reviewing Swensen’s Pioneering Portfolio Management
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He also serves as a trustee and director on various investment boards and teaches at Yale. Because bottom-up insights into investment opportunity provide information important to assessing asset class attractiveness, effective investors consider both top-down ppioneering bottom-up factors when evaluating portfolio alternatives. Relationships with external investment managers provide a fertile breeding ground for conflicts of interest. David Swensen is a leader and pioneer whose words reveal a rare combination of courage, integrity, and intelligence.
Pioneering Portfolio Management: An Unconventional Approach to Institutional Investment
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