Meketa Investment Group Adds Two To Employee Shareholder Roster

Feb 8 2017 | 9:04pm ET

Global consulting firm Meketa Investment Group has expanded its employee ownership by adding two new shareholders, Aneish Arora and Gerald Chew, to the existing roster of 26.

Arora, a CAIA charterholder, serves as a consultant on various defined benefit, annuity, health & welfare, and investment funds, with public, Taft-Hartley, and not-for-profit plan sponsors. His consulting work includes investment policy design, asset allocation modeling, public markets manager due diligence, and fund performance analysis, among others. He joined Meketa Investment Group in 2006.

Chew, also a CAIA charterholder, works in Meketa’s private markets group focusing primarily on natural resources investments and other real asset investments. He is involved with sourcing and screening new investment opportunities, conducting due diligence on commingled funds and co-investment opportunities, and constructing and monitoring client portfolios. He joined Meketa Investment Group in 2007.

“Aneish and Gerald have each provided a decade of service to Meketa and to our clients, and we are very pleased to welcome these accomplished and dedicated professionals to our ownership team,” said Peter Woolley, co-CEO of Meketa Investment Group.

“Expanding our shareholder group is in keeping with our long-term succession plan and will ensure Meketa continues to serve as a thought leader, providing our clients with timely, informed and creative investment solutions,” added Stephen McCourt, co-CEO. 

The expanded ownership increases the number of Meketa Investment Group shareholders to 28.

Founded in 1978 by James Meketa, Meketa Investment Group is an employee-owned, full service investment consulting and advisory firm. As an independent fiduciary, the firm serves institutional investors in discretionary and non-discretionary roles. With a history of steady growth, the firm today consults on more than $400 billion in assets for over 150 clients whose aggregate institutional assets exceed $890 billion.

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