Yale rebuts Buffett, defends performance of alternative investments

Yale University, pension fund, private equity, Warren Buffett
  • Net returns justify fees charged by alternatives managers
  • Long-term manager relationships to align interests
  • Leveraged buyouts crossed target allocation for 2017
Yale University’s endowment has defended the high fees that come with alternative investments by pointing to their strong returns. Yale’s defense, included in its just-released 2017 annual report, marked a rebuttal to billionaire investor Warren Buffett’s 2016 investor letter. In it, ...

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