Praise for Investment Manager Analysis "This is a book that should have been written years ago. Itprovides a practical, thorough, and completely objective method toanalyze and select an investment manager. It takes the mystery (andthe consultants) out of the equation. Without question, this bookbelongs on every Plan Sponsor's desk."—Dave Davenport, Assistant Treasurer, Lord Corporation,author of T...
Hardcover: 400 pages
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (July 23, 2004)
Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 1.3 x 9.3 inches
Amazon Rank: 835130
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Nothing in here was rocket science, but the book provides good information for people who are new to the industry....
anager Search"An insightful compendium of the issues that challenge thoseresponsible for hiring and firing investment managers. FrankTravers does a good job of taking complicated analytical tools andmethodologies and explaining them in a simple, yet practicalmanner. Anyone responsible for conducting investment manager duediligence should have a copy on their bookshelf."—Leon G. Cooperman, Chairman and CEO, Omega Advisors,Inc."Investment Manager Analysis provides a goodoverview of the important areas that purchasers of institutionalinvestment management services need to consider. It is a goodinstructional guide, from which search policies and procedures canbe developed, as well as a handy reference guide."—David Spaulding, President, The Spaulding Group, Inc."This book is the definitive work on the investment managerselection process. It is comprehensive in scope and well organizedfor both the layman and the professional. It should be requiredreading for any organization or individual seeking talent to managetheir assets."—Scott Johnston, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer,Sterling Johnston Capital Management, LP"Investment Manager Analysis is a much-needed,comprehensive review of the manager selection process. While theindustry is riddled with information about selecting individualstocks, comparatively little has been written on the importantsubject of manager selection for fund sponsors. This is aparticularly useful guide for the less experienced practitioner andoffers considerable value to the veteran decisionmaker aswell."—Dennis J. Trittin, CFA, Portfolio Manager, RussellInvestment Group