The Modern Endowment Allocation Model (Wiley Global Finance Executive Select)
Book Description : Praise for The Endowment Model of Investing “This is a terrific bookndash;required reading for any CIO responsible for the management of long-term investment portfolios.” mdash;Lyn Hutton, Chief Investment Officer, Commonfund “In my judgmentmdash;a must-read for every chief investment officer or strategist.” mdash;Allan S. Bufferd, Treasurer Emeritus, MIT “Shed(s) . . . light on . . . [endowment] portfolios during the financial crisis, and why their pain was predictable,inevitable, and . . . necessary for long-term success.” mdash;Andrew K. Golden, President, Princeton University Investment Company “This is a must-read for every institutional investor concerned with portfolio risk management. Full of important insights and robust analyses.” mdash;Ian Kennedy, former global director of research, Cambridge Associates “An elegant, rigorous, and articulate examination of . . . the endowment model . . . and why skillful implementation is always crucial.” mdash;Charles D. Ellis, author, Winning the Loser’s Game “Is the endowment model broken? The answer, as provided . . . [in this] . . . appealing mix of analysis and common sense . . . is ‘No’.” mdash;Jack R. Meyer, Managing Partner and CEO, Convexity Capital “A penetrating analysis of the trend towards allocating into multiple asset classes that shows when such diversification helps to control fund-level riskmdash;and when it does not!” mdash;Jim Simons, Chairman, Renaissance Technologies LLC “All-in-all . . . a balanced and exceptionally thoughtful study . . . that is sorely needed . . . a lot of great insight into basic finance and investing. Heartily recommended.” mdash;Clifford Asness, Chairman, AQR Investments “A valuable new approach that probes more deeply into the various forms of diversification.” mdash;Frank J. Fabozzi, Professor in the Practice of Finance, Yale School of Management, and Editor, Journal of Portfolio Management “A major advance in . . . investing for endowments . . . provides a way to incorporate . . . ‘alphas’ into a risk/return framework . . . I think the book is great.” mdash;David Booth, CEO, Dimensional Fund Advisors “Many institutional funds may find this framework insightful for asset allocation and risk management purposes.” mdash;Roger Clarke, Chairman, Analytic Investors, Inc. “A compendium of insightful and actionable principles for the endowment space. . . an important . . . framework for success for many institutional portfolios.” mdash;H. Gifford Fong, President, Gifford Fong Associates “A must-read for assessing . . . the future of this trusted model. This very readable book calls for maintaining the endowment model but adjusting our time horizons.” mdash;Edgar Sullivan, Managing Director, Promark Global Advisors (formerly General Motors Asset Management)
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