About the Centre
Based within Cambridge Judge Business School, the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management is a research and education centre dedicated to further scholarship and understanding of long-horizon investing. Many institutions, including endowments, foundations, charities, families and sovereign funds, have a long-term focus, and they confront a unique set of investment challenges.
The Centre’s primary objective is to participate in research, teaching and knowledge sharing that extend knowledge and understanding of how to address these issues.
Annual report: Research and engagement on long horizon investing
Our annual report provides an overview of the contribution CEAM is making to research, engagement, teaching and policy in the area of investment management.
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The Centre collaborates with a network of researchers and practitioners who are committed to the pursuit of knowledge and understanding of long-horizon investing as it relates to asset owners like foundations, charities, endowments, family offices and sovereign wealth funds.
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The goal of our partnerships is to build an external community through which engagement and knowledge exchange can take place. These partnerships are based on the mutual recognition of the importance of independent academic scholarship, and the potential for long-term value creation through bridging the gaps between research, practice and policy.
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