The Windham History

1988

1988

Windham is founded by Mark Kritzman to provide innovative solutions to sophisticated investors

1989

1989

Windham begins managing money for institutional investors with active currency strategies—Rockefeller Foundation is first client

1990-1

1990

Asset Allocation for Institutional Portfolios
by Mark Kritzman is published

1996-2

1993

Mark Kritzman receives the prestigious Graham and Dodd Scroll Award, honoring excellence in financial writing, for work that was published in The Portable Financial Analyst: What Practitioners Need to Know

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1996

Windham partners with State Street in forming State Street Associates, an industry-leading investment research think-tank

Mark Kritzman co-authors two books: Dictionary of Financial Risk Management with G. Gastineau and Current Management: Concepts and Practices with R. Clarke

1998

1998

Windham begins providing portfolio and risk management advisory services through State Street Associates to the world’s most sophisticated institutional investors

1999

1999

Research behind the Windham Turbulence Index™ and Windham Systemic Risk Index™ is unveiled to better manage portfolios during calm, fragile and turbulent markets

2000

2000

Puzzles of Finance
by Mark Kritzman is published

1996-2

2002

Mark Kritzman is awarded his 2nd Graham and Dodd Scroll Award for his co-authored paper ‘The Mismeasurement of Risk’

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2003

Mark Kritzman receives the prestigious Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Best Article Award, honoring innovative research and practice in portfolio management, for ‘The Hierarchy of Investment Choice’, co-authored with Sebastien Page

Mark Kritzman begins teaching a graduate course in financial engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2006

Windham begins advising private clients on wealth management

Mark Kritzman receives the prestigious Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Outstanding Article Award, honoring innovative research and practice in portfolio management, for ‘Are Optimizers Error Maximizers?’

2008

2008

Windham celebrates 20 years of financial innovation

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2009

Windham launches customized portfolios for a select group of private clients, investment advisors and small institutions

2010

Windham opens a new office in Boston’s John Hancock Tower to house the firm’s expanded investment management services

The approach behind Windham Risk Regime Investing™ is introduced to help guide Windham’s dynamic asset allocation decisions through changing market conditions

The Windham Risk Regime Strategy is launched to provide institutional investors, financial advisors and private clients with a dynamic asset allocation strategy that integrates the Windham Risk Regime InvestingTM approach to manage risk through time.

The Windham Multi-Asset Income Portfolio is launched to offer investors a strategy that seeks high income while managing for capital preservation in fragile markets and capital appreciation in resilient markets.

Mark Kritzman receives the prestigious Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Outstanding Article Award, honoring innovative research and practice in portfolio management, for ‘The Myth of Diversification’, co-authored with Sebastien Page

2011

Windham expands its offerings to provide clients with active exposure to equities, fixed income and alternatives.

Mark Kritzman receives his 3rd Graham and Dodd Scroll Award for the co-authored paper In Defense of Optimization: The Fallacy of 1/N

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2012

Windham surpasses $1 billion in assets under management

 

2013

money-management-2013 Windham Capital Management named 2013 “Emerging Manager of the Year” by Money Management Intelligence

q-groupMark Kritzman wins The Q-Group’s 2012 Roger F. Murray Prize, honoring excellence in quantitative financial research, for his presentation, “Toward Determining Systemic Importance.”