We strive to meet with emerging, minority, women, and disabled-owned investment managers as part of our ongoing research process. Our Emerging Managers Investment Committee meets regularly to discuss new managers and client interests.
Meketa defines emerging managers as those firms with majority employee ownership and less than $2 billion in assets under management (“AUM”). Furthermore, firms must not have ever exceeded $5 billion in AUM and must not have been in business for over 10 years. Diverse managers are defined as firms that are majority owned by women, minorities, or people with a disability.
Over the years, we have:
We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting an event for Public and Private Markets Emerging & Diverse Manager Research Day in our firm's Boston office.
Managers meeting the following criteria can sign up for a one-on-one meeting with a research professional to introduce the firm and investment strategies to Meketa Investment Group.
• Emerging managers: those firms with majority employee ownership and less than $2 billion in assets under management. The firm must not have ever exceeded $5 billion in assets under management and must not have been in business for over 10 years
• Private markets managers (private equity, private debt, natural resources, infrastructure, and real estate) that have either never met with Meketa or that have not had a meeting in the past three years.
• Diverse managers: Majority owned by women, minorities, persons with disabilities, or veterans.
To register click here. Participants will receive additional information upon registration. Space is limited.
Please note there is no cost to attend this event.