Investure

In`ves´ture


n.1.Investiture; investment.
v. t.1.To clothe; to invest; to install.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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An investure ceremony and new Sooner Convocation will take place.
Two years ago when asked in an interview on CNBC whether private equity was good for individual investors, Investure CEO Alice Handy said, "I understand why the industry would want to be in 401(K)s [but] it's sort of crazy for the average investor." She went on to point out that the illiquidity in private equity funds, where lockups can run as long as 10 years, high fees and lack of transparency and regulation.
Are the often-customized products of a Goldman Sachs necessarily a better fit then the pooled vehicle favored by boutiques (of which, besides Yusko's Morgan Creek, there are many, including former Stanford endowment chief Eric Upin's Makena Capital, Alice Handy's Investure, and Hilda Ochoa's Strategic Investment Group)?
Today he is due to join St David's Day celebrations in Cardiff where he is holding an investure at Cardiff Castle.
Investure provides and outsourced investment office for a small group of colleges and foundations.