The consultants that guide sponsors in choosing the investment managers to run their pension portfolios look kindly on small, new firms, or at least are willing to give them a fighting chance against the megaliths. “We like smaller equity managers because the whole organization often is focused on one approach, both on investment philosophy and incentives to the owners and employees,” observes Roger Fenningdorf, Head of Manager Research at Rocaton Investment Advisors, consultants based in Stamford, Connecticut.
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Upfront – August 2011
Articles that appeared in the UpFront section of the magazine.