Each Commonfund client has the benefit of a dedicated Relationship Officer. Your Relationship Officer can serve as a resource to your investment office, investment committee and board, providing insights on your investments with Commonfund as well as counsel on prospective investment decisions and investment policy considerations, including asset allocation, spending and distribution policies, governance and more.
While each investor has a dedicated Relationship Officer, clients are supported by a team of associates and support staff to ensure that client inquiries are handled quickly. Further, our Investor Services team, an extension of our Fund Operations Group, supports client needs for investment subscriptions and redemption requests. Plus all clients are supported 24x7 via our client reporting portal.
Our Relationship Management team is organized geographically. In addition to our headquarters in Wilton, Connecticut, we maintain representative offices in New York City and in San Francisco, California.Meet Our Relationship Management Officers
Our approach to risk management is expressed through the Commonfund Risk Management Framework.
This “living” framework was created through a collaborative effort involving all areas of Commonfund as well as input and feedback from our Board of Directors and our clients.
Commonfund includes as part of its corporate mission the education of our clients and investors in relevant aspects of institutional investing. How we pursue our goals is the key difference that sets us apart. Our clients benefit from three mutually supportive components that serve as the core of our mission since our founding: Performance, Service and Insight. We deliver research and education through industry leading benchmark studies, events and conferences that bring together thought leaders, as well as whitepapers, webcasts and other publications.More Info
Our investment programs are designed to enhance the financial resources of long-term institutional investors and we recognize that environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) factors may have a material impact on long-term investment performance. Consistent with this belief, Commonfund considers ESG factors as part of its fundamental investment analysis and is a signatory to the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).More Info