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Identifying Red Flags in Private Markets Due Diligence

Jun 8th, 2021 | Filed under: Featured Post, Private Equity, Manager Selection, Newly Added

 By Jamie Ebersole, CFA, CFP, CEO, Ebersole Financial, LLC There is no shortage of information out there about due diligence on private assets and managers of private funds. When I started in the business many years ago, I remember receiving a research paper on the topic from Goldman Sachs, whichRead More


The Art of Due Diligence, Part I: The Story Beyond the Numbers

Feb 25th, 2021 | Filed under: Featured Post, Manager Selection, Newly Added, Risk Management, Hedge Funds

By Keith Black, PhD, CFA, CAIA, FDP, Managing Director, Content Strategy, CAIA Association and Mark S. Rzepczynski, PhD, Founding Partner and CEO, AMPHI Research and Trading Given the reliance on quantitative analysis in asset allocation, some investors may be tempted to continue with a numerical approach when filling their assetRead More


An Alternative View of Manager Selection Risk

Jan 16th, 2020 | Filed under: State of the Industry, Featured Post, Manager Selection, Newly Added, Asset Allocation, Risk Management, Hedge Funds

By Aaron Filbeck, CFA, CAIA, CIPM & Hossein Kazemi, PhD, CFA, CAIA Association & CISDM This is a summary of the editor’s letter originally published in the Volume 8, Issue 4 of the Alternative Investment Analyst Review, a journal published by CAIA Association. The Problem with Studies Many studies onRead More