According to CoreData Research, investors classify cybersecurity or data breaches to be more significant than a fund manager change and an even more pressing reason to terminate a manager.
Did you know that Texas has a GDP larger than Russia’s and its geographical size rivals some European countries?
The evolving dynamics of the institutional investment industry form a complex dance. Everything adds to the intricate pattern: market changes, investment managers, investor needs, institutional partnerships, economic patterns ... and, yes, regulatory and compliance controls around security and data privacy.
As part of the investor relations team for an equity long/short, Rob wears many hats. Among them are capital raising and sales and marketing, so he spends a lot of time with his broker-dealers, mining them for introductions.
Austin, Texas, is one of the fastest growing cities in America – but that growth is causing a real estate affordability crisis for the middle-income residents who compose the city’s core workforce. In 2016, a non-profit organization, Affordable Central Texas (ACT), founded the Austin Housing Conservancy (AHC) Fund to meet this crisis. AHC is an investment fund that buys multifamily apartment properties in neighborhoods throughout Austin and preserves their long-term affordability for people who are the backbone of the city. AHC therefore bridges two worlds: the investment world and the non-profit world.