The Dietrich Foundation has an unusually large allocation to PE and VC, and to China venture capital in particular. CIO Edward J. Grefenstette discusses the considerations that underpin this exposure
With an 85% allocation to private equity and venture capital, Edward J. Grefenstette, president and CIO of The Dietrich Foundation, estimates that he is three standard deviations from the norm for most...
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