Cambridge Associates is expanding its Asian team.

by Dami Sogunro

  • 19 Nov 2009
  • PE
  • HF
  • RE
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The Massachusetts-based investment consultant has made a number of appointments for its Singapore office. Cambridge Associates recently appointed Chi-Ho Song as the head of the Singapore office. Mr Song replaces Peter Roney who has moved to Cambridge Associates’ Arlington, VA office. Mr Song is a managing director and has also been joined by a number of new recruits - Damien Tan and Mark Oshida have both been added to the Singapore team as consultants. In its Singapore office, Cambridge Associates now has 24 staff providing services to endowments, foundations, pension funds and government agencies located in Singapore, Hong Kong, China and South Korea.

Cambridge Associates provides non-discretionary advisory services to over 850 global clients on their general investment portfolios as well as their investments in alternative assets. It specialises in a vast range of consulting services including financial research, asset allocation, manager searches and evaluations, performance measurement reporting, and analysis. Cambridge advises on around USD 80 billion worth of clients’ assets, with USD 41 billion invested in traditional assets, and the remainder in alternatives.

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