MPI’s CEO interviewed by John Authers‘ protege Richard Annerquaye Abbey on Ivy League endowments and how MPI Transparency Lab keeps tabs on risk, return and asset class attribution at the large, elite schools employing the Yale Model. See their Bloomberg Opinion “Points of Return” column “Don’t Declare the Death of the Yale Model Just Yet” covering MPI’s latest FY 2023 Ivy Report Card.
“Quant funds that employed risk parity saw their riskiness as measured by realized volatility levels surging 50% to 80% higher than their stated targets, according to a study from Markov Processes International obtained by Bloomberg based on results through November… Markov found that majority of the 10 popular risk-parity strategies it reviewed saw record levels of volatility, with a “staggering” gap between the winners and losers.” – writes Bloomberg’s Isabelle Lee and senior editor John Authers in his column discussing results of MPI’s research Risk Parity Not Performing? Blame the Weather.
“…how was it possible for so many endowments to make bad choices among private equity and venture capital funds? The following chart from Markov suggests that it is down to outlandishly wide variations in performance within the private equity/venture capital world,” writes John Authers about MPI’s research in his opinion piece on Bloomberg.
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