By Hedge Fund Insight staff
Cambridge Associates has been named Institutional Investor’s 2019 Hedge Fund Consultant of the Year at the 17th Annual Hedge Fund Industry Awards.
Cambridge Associates is a leading global investment firm. The firm aims to help endowments & foundations, healthcare systems, pension plans, and private clients implement and manage custom investment portfolios to generate outperformance so they can maximize their impact on the world.
As one of the earliest investors in alternative asset classes, Cambridge Associates’ clients have had exposure to hedge funds for nearly four decades and have benefited from the differentiated return streams, capital protection and reduced volatility offered through these partnerships. While the last few years have led to increased scrutiny of hedge fund returns, Cambridge Associates continues to believe that select hedge funds can serve a vital role as part of strategic asset allocations.
“In a landscape of thousands of investment options to consider, it takes depth and breadth of expertise, resources and commitment to find the handful of investments that have the most potential,” said Noel O’Neill, President and Head of Global Investing at Cambridge Associates. “This award is a testament to our teams and their pursuit to build custom portfolios aimed at exceeding clients’ investment objectives.”
About Cambridge Associates
With more than 45 years of institutional investing insights, Cambridge Associates has helped to shape and implement investment best practices and built strong global investment networks with the purpose of driving outperformance for clients. The firm delivers a range of services, including outsourced CIO, non-discretionary portfolio management, staff extension and alternative asset class mandates.
Cambridge Associates maintains offices in Boston; Arlington, VA; Beijing; Dallas; London; Menlo Park, CA; New York; San Francisco; Singapore; and Sydney. Cambridge Associates consists of five global investment affiliates that are all under common ownership and control. For more information, please visit www.cambridgeassociates.com.
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