At Harvard, Narvekar is likely to review Harvards structure, which uses outside managers but also its own traders. Harvard eliminated at least a dozen positions and dismantled the internal public-equity trading team earlier this year amid reports of steep losses. But it wasnt disbanded altogether. HMC said the school planned to hire a new head of absolute return and publicly traded stocks, replacing Michael Ryan, a former Goldman Sachs Group partner who was among this years departures. imp sourceHarvard said its cross-asset public markets platform has been combined with emerging and foreign markets, fixed income, credit and commodities. Look to Yale Drew Faust, Harvards president, said in an interview published Sept. 29 in The Harvard Crimson that the university has looked closely at how Yale oversees its money, which depends almost entirely on farming money out to managers. We look to see what choices theyve made and how we might learn from them, Faust said in the interview. We are pleased to welcome Narv to Harvard and are confident that his leadership skills and deep experience at the highest levels of investment management will position HMC for long-term success, Faust said in the schools statement on Thursday. For Narvekars efforts, the paycheck at Harvard is likely to be larger.
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