Hot Topics: Cambridge Associates’ Celia Dallas (MBA ’96) on Assets and Investing
By Dave Hendrick
Celia Dallas is chief investment strategist and managing director of Cambridge Associates, where she is responsible for formulating the company’s investment strategy and advising on portfolio construction. Dallas recently visited the University of Virginia Darden School of Business to deliver a guest lecture to students in the “Hot Topics” course.
After the course, Dallas joined Darden for a video interview to discuss areas of interest within her industry, including management fees, driving returns in a low-interest environment and the rise in passive investment management, among other topics.
Watch clips from the interview below:
What’s Behind the Rise in Passive Investment Management?
Best Practices for Asset Owners Building Direct Investment Capabilities
The Top Industry Pressures Facing Investment Consultants
Where are Endowment and Foundation Allocations Shifting?
How Institutional Investors Drive Better Management Fees and Terms
Why Endowments and Foundations Value Active Investment Strategies
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