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Based within the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School, the Centre is dedicated to high quality research that furthers academic knowledge and practitioner understanding of long horizon investing. The Centre’s agenda includes historical perspectives on current investment concerns and research on responsible investment strategies.
The Centre publishes regularly in leading academic journals, hosts conferences, and works in collaboration with a number of other leading institutions. It also performs a key educational role, carrying out teaching in the area of long horizon investing, and developing case studies of leading long-term investors to be used for interactive classroom teaching.
Newton has been a long-term supporter of the Centre, believing in the importance of academic research and the potential for long-term value creation through bridging the gaps between research, practice and policy. We are delighted to have agreed a new five-year partnership starting in 2014 to enable the Centre to further extend its outstanding research and educational efforts in the area of long horizon investing.
Find out more about the Cambridge Judge Business School and the Centre for Endowment Asset Management.
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