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|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Baschab; Jon Piot
|Description:||xiv, 316 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||<p>Preface ix <p>Acknowledgments xiii <p>PART I ACADEMIC ENDOWMENTS <p>Chapter 1 Academic Endowments Overview 3 <p>The World of Endowments 4 <p>History of Endowments 6 <p>Academic Endowments in the Context of the Investment World 7 <p>Large Academic Endowments 7 <p>Implications for Individual Investors 17 <p>Summary 19 <p>Notes 20 <p>Chapter 2 Historical Endowment Performance 21 <p>Investment Returns 22 <p>Asset Allocation 28 <p>Summary 30 <p>Notes 31 <p>Chapter 3 A Look Inside Endowments 33 <p>Endowments Are Different 33 <p>Endowments Define Asset Classes Broadly 35 <p>Endowments Achieved a One-time Sophistication Improvement 36 <p>Endowments Are Nimble 36 <p>Endowments are Evaluating Approaches to Managing Tail Risk 37 <p>Endowments also Manage Working Capital 38 <p>Endowments Manage Liquidity Carefully 39 <p>Endowments are Changing their Approach to Performance Measurement 41 <p>Summary 41 <p>PART II PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES <p>Chapter 4 Jonathan Hook, Chief Investment Officer The Ohio State University 45 <p>Chapter 5 Guy Patton, President and CEO The University of Oklahoma Foundation 57 <p>Chapter 6 Bruce Zimmerman, Chief Investment Officer University of Texas Investment Management Company 69 <p>PART III PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES <p>Chapter 7 James H.C. Walsh, Chief Investment Officer Cornell University 81 <p>Chapter 8 Sally J. Staley, Chief Investment Officer, and Anjum Hussain, Director of Risk Management Case Western Reserve University 95 <p>Chapter 9 Mary Cahill, Vice President of Investments and Chief Investment Officer Emory University 113 <p>Chapter 10 Don Lindsey, Chief Investment Officer George Washington University 125 <p>Chapter 11 Scott W. Wise, President Rice Management Company 141 <p>Chapter 12 James (Jim) Hille, Chief Investment Officer Texas Christian University 153 <p>Chapter 13 Jeremy Crigler, Chief Investment Officer Tulane University 167 <p>PART IV ADVISORS AND MANAGERS <p>Chapter 14 Sandy Urie, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Celia Dallas, Co-Director of Research and Managing Director Cambridge Associates 181 <p>Chapter 15 Lyn Hutton, Chief Investment Officer Commonfund 199 <p>Chapter 16 Thruston Morton, CEO and Chief Investment Officer Global Endowment Management 217 <p>Chapter 17 Mark W. Yusko, CEO and Chief Investment Officer Morgan Creek Capital Management 231 <p>Chapter 18 Rafe de la Gueronniere, Principal New Providence Asset Management 247 <p>Chapter 19 Bob Boldt, Chief Executive Officer Boldt Ventures 267 <p>Conclusion Concepts for Individual Investors 281 <p>Lessons for Individual Investors 281 <p>Trends 288 <p>Predictions for Endowments 292 <p>Summary 294 <p>Glossary 297 <p>About the Authors 307 <p>Index 309|
|Responsibility:||John Baschab and Jon Piot.|