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Harvard Management Company (Harvard University Investment)

Harvard’s endowment is a dedicated and permanent source of funding that maintains the teaching and research mission of the University. Established in 1974, Harvard Management Company invests these funds as a single entity, the revenue from which contributes more than one-third of the University’s annual operating budget. Made up of more than 13,000 individual funds invested as a single entity, the endowment’s returns have enabled leading financial aid programs, ground-breaking discoveries in scientific research, and hundreds of professorships across a wide range of academic fields.

Country

United States

AUM ($B)

$53

Performance

33.6

Chief Executive

Narv Narvekar

Chief Investment Officer

Rick Slocum

Chair

Paul Finnegan

Asset allocation
Public Equity (14%), Private Equity (34%), Hedge Funds (33%), Real Estate (5%), Natural Resources (1%), Bonds/TIPS (4%), Other Real Assets (1%), Cash & Other (8)

14% Public Equity

34% Private Equity

33% Hedge Funds

5% Real Estate

1% Natural Resources

4% Bonds/TIPS

1% Other Real Assets

8% Cash and Other

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