The Yale Investments Office must decide whether to continue to allocate the bulk of the university foundation illiquid investments – hedge funds, private equity, real estate, and so on. Believes that the risks and benefits of different asset allocation strategy. Highlights the choice between different subclasses, eg, between venture capital and leveraged buyout funds.

The Yale Investments Office must decide whether to continue to allocate the bulk of the university foundation illiquid investments – hedge funds, private equity, real estate, and so on. Believes that the risks and benefits of different asset allocation strategy. Highlights the choice between different subclasses, eg, between venture capital and leveraged buyout funds.
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Josh Lerner
Source: HBS Premier Case Collection
25 pages.
Release Date: 03 January 2007. Prod #: 807 073 PDF-ENG
Yale University Investments Office: August 2006 HBR case solution