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Rotunda Fund – A Turnaround Story

As one of the five Senior Portfolio Managers in Darden Capital Management, I was asked last week to draft a performance update to be published in our annual newsletter to be shared with the Board of Trustees and DCM alumni. … Continue reading

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The New Paradigm in Asset Management: Sustainable Investing

As part of my leadership roles in EMDC, Net Impact and DCM, I hosted Bruno Bertocci, the lead portfolio manager of UBS’ Global Sustainable Equity strategy, and Bennett Freeman, the SVP for Sustainability Research and Policy at Calvert Investments, for … Continue reading

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I recently got engaged (Yay!!) and Mexico was part of the discussion for the bachelor party and honeymoon destination. Although we ended up selecting different locations – Jamaica and xxxxx (the honeymoon destination is a surprise) – for both, I … Continue reading

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Sustainable Investing = Doing Good and Making Money: A Darden Professor and Student’s Perspective

Whether you aspire to be an entrepreneur, finance professional, consultant or business manager after Darden, understanding the sustainability perspective of value creation is critical because it is now shaping the business and investment world and will continue to do so … Continue reading

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Investing at Darden

Charlottesville is the headquarters of the CFA Institute as well as home to a few prominent investment offices such as Investure, whose leadership often volunteer their time to co-lead case discussions with Darden faculty. Once a year, however, Charlottesville takes … Continue reading

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Why Study Business and Economic History?

“Mr. Ford replied that he did not believe in history, that history was of the past and had no bearing upon the present and that, there being nothing to be learned from it, history need not be studied nor considered. … Continue reading

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The Case for Legal Immigration Reform

Dean Bruner wrote a terrific blog post ‘The Case for International Students’ yesterday highlighting the advantages of a diverse student body at Darden with students born in many different countries. While I agree with his arguments, I’d like to add … Continue reading

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