Mansukhani To Lead Cambridge Alt. Assets Research Platform

Aug 29 2012 | 10:30am ET

Cambridge Associates has tapped Jeffrey D. Mansukhani as a managing director of the firm and director of the firm’s alternative assets research platform.

Based in the consultancy’s Menlo Park, Cal. office, Mansukhani, has served as a specialist consultant at Cambridge, constructing and overseeing private investment portfolios for university, foundation and other non-profit and family clients. Prior to joining the firm, he was a partner and member of the investment committee at Bay Hills Capital, a private equity fund of funds. He was previously in asset management roles at Credit Suisse First Boston and before that was an attorney at an international law firm.

In his new role, Mansukhani will oversee the expansion of the firm's Research Navigator offering, which gives investors access to a Cambridge alternative assets specialist and a continually updated online platform containing both quantitative data and qualitative insight on over 12,000 managers and funds within the firm's hedge fund and private investment manager databases.
 


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