Category: Allocator

April 7, 2019
Ted Seides - Interviewing and Manager Meetings (EP.94)
A few months ago, Marcel van de Hoef interviewed me on his podcast, The Meeting Strategist. He created Meeting Strategist to help senior professionals across industries think more strategically about business conversations and improve their listening, questioning and meeting skills. With his permission, I’ve shared that discussion on this week’s show. You can learn more […]
February 10, 2019
Chris Ailman – CalSTRS’ Venerable CIO (EP.86)
Chris Ailman is the chief investment officer of the $220 billion pool for California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS). He joined CalSTRS back in 2000 after 4 years as CIO of the Washington State Investment Board and 11 years as CIO of the Sacramento Country Employees Retirement System.  Chris is a legend in the business […]
January 27, 2019
Donna Snider – Inside the Investment Process at the Kresge Foundation (EP.84)
 Donna Snider is a Managing Director at the $4 billion Kresge Foundation, where she has worked for ten years as one of three senior team members under Chief Investment Officer Rob Manilla.  Last summer, Institutional Investor named Donna the number one ranked Most Wanted CIO of the future. Our conversation starts with Donna sharing […]
December 16, 2018
Tim McCusker – Consistency and Creativity at NEPC (EP.80)
 Tim McCusker is the Chief Investment Officer at NEPC, an investment consultant that advises on $1 trillion in assets on behalf of 400 institutional clients.  Tim oversees NEPC’s 50-person investment research team and leads investment strategy for the firm.  In each of 2014, 2015, and 2016, he was recognized by CIO magazine as one […]
November 25, 2018
Mark Baumgartner – Luck, Risk and Uncertainty at the Institute for Advanced Study (EP.77)
 Mark Baumgartner is the CIO of the Institute for Advanced Study, where he oversees a $1 billion portfolio that seeks to achieve just median returns but with significantly less risk.  Prior to joining IAS, Mark had stints at the Ford Foundation overseeing risk, at Morgan Stanley’s Alternative Investment Partners, at both quantitative and qualitative […]
October 28, 2018
Karl Scheer – Competing Sensibly as CIO of the University of Cincinnati (EP.74)
 Karl Scheer is the Chief Investment Officer of the University of Cincinnati’s billion-dollar endowment.  Before taking the helm at Cincinnati in 2011, he co-ran a family office and spent eight years in the venture capital industry. Our conversation covers Karl’s background, running a family office in the teeth of the Global Financial Crisis, high-functioning […]
October 21, 2018
Andrew Tsai - Catching a Theme on the Chalkstream (EP.73)
 Andrew Tsai is the Chief Investment Officer of Chalkstream Capital Group, which he founded in 2003 to manage the assets of quant guru Peter Muller.  Andrew’s fascinating background started on the Lehman arbitrage desk in the early 1990s, after which he formed a quantitative hedge fund in 1997, built a logistics business in […]
October 7, 2018
Michael Batnick - The Best Investors and Their Biggest Mistakes (EP.71)
 Michael Batnick is the Director of Research at Ritholz Wealth Management, author of the Irrelevant Investor blog, co-host of the Animal Spirits podcast, and recently, author of his first book, Big Mistakes: The Best Investors and Their Worst Investments. Our conversation starts with Michael’s atypical career path, his arrival at Ritholz, and his blog. […]
September 30, 2018
Andrew Golden - Princeton University's Chief Investing Tiger (EP.13)
 Andy Golden is the President of Princeton University’s Investment Management Company (or PRINCO) for the last 22 years.  Having grown from $3B at the time of his arrival to $22.5B today, PRINCO has been among the highest performing endowments in the world. Andy came to PRINCO from Duke Management Company, where he was an Investment […]
September 23, 2018
Raphael Arndt – Australia’s Sovereign Wealth Fund CIO (EP.70)
 Raff Arndt is the Chief Investment Officer of Australia’s AUZ$145 billion Sovereign Wealth Fund, the Future Fund.  He trained as an engineer and dove into infrastructure policy at the beginning of Australia’s privatizations in the late 1990s. After investing in the space for six years, he joined the Future Fund in 2008 to head […]
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