The Journal of Alternative Investments: Hedge Funds: Resolving Myths about ESG Integration

NEPC’s Dulari Pancholi‘s research paper was recently published in the Fall 2022 edition of The Journal of Alternative Investments. Her research examines the top misconceptions about ESG integration in hopes to clear a path for increased adoption in the hedge fund investment management process. View the article on The Journal of Alternative Investment’s site here.


Pensions & Investments: ESG: Multi-Asset Investing

NEPC’s Dulari Pancholi was featured in a recent Pensions & Investments article to share top ESG themes as well as developments in data, benchmarks and regulation that are powering continued inflows into ESG investing across both public and private assets. View the article on Pensions & Investments’ site here.


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Global Investment Leaders Podcast: Guiding the World's Largest Employee-Owned Institutional Consultant

NEPC Managing Partner Mike Manning joined Rosemont CEO Chas Burkhart on the latest episode of the Global Investment Leaders podcast to share his perspective on the firm’s evolution since its founding in 1986, how NEPC is positioning for the future, and more.

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The Wall Street Journal: New York City Wants to Amp Up Risk in Workers Pensions

NEPC's Kevin Leonard was quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article to address the potential impact of ramping up risk. View the article on The Wall Street Journal's site here.

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Estate Planning: Build Back Better: Challenges and Opportunities for Private Wealth Clients

Karen Harding recently wrote an article for Estate Planning, a Thomson Reuters publication. Download the article hereThe legislation discussed in this article was pending at the time of publication.

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The Denver Foundation: Aligning Assets with Mission

In 2018, The Denver Foundation made an important decision. It would change the focus of its $180 million socially responsible investment pool from negative screens (excluding “sin stocks” such as tobacco or firearms companies) towards inclusion of investments with social or environmental impact.

It might seem a modest shift. But for TDF, it was the start of an ambitious strategy to use both its investments and its grantmaking to advance the goals at the heart of its philanthropic mission: diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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