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On Monday, May 8th, Windham Founder and CEO, Mark Kritzman spoke with Mebane Faber, host of The Meb Faber Show about his new book, A Practitioner’s Guide to Asset Allocation.

Mark's new book, A Practitioner’s Guide to Asset Allocation discusses the many challenges and intricacies of the asset allocation process and more. This episode is appropriately titled “We Have To Question The Assumptions That Underpin Our Models… Nothing [...]

May 23rd, 2017|

The WSJ Article “How Closet Indexing Minimizes the Fund Managers Risk – Not Yours” by Jason Zweig discusses the existing dynamic influencing managers to “mimic” the market. Zweig adapts Windham CEO Mark Kritzman’s outcomes matrix which provides evidence of the underlying incentives of “closet indexing”.

“You might think the fund manager’s job is to beat the market.” Says Zweig. “But, in fact, the fund manager’s job is to keep his job. Zweig then introduces an adapted version of Mark Kritzman’s [...]

November 4th, 2016|

Mark Kritzman, CEO of Windham Capital Management, will present at the JOIM-Oxford EDHEC Retirement Investing Conference on September 13th at Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford. Other speakers include Nobel Prize recipient Professor Robert C Merton, MIT Sloan School of Management, Professor Deborah Lucas, and Stockholm School of Economics Professor of Finance, Magnus Dahlquist.

“This three-day conference represents the first time our institutions have joined forces to showcase the highest quality thinking and research in the area of Retirement Investing. The programme is developed on the foundation of academic [...]

September 9th, 2016|

Mark Kritzman’s study “Portfolio Efficiency with Performance Fees” was referenced in Financial Advisor’s article “Advisors Find Value in Hedge Funds” which discusses evaluation criteria for hedge funds.

“According to the study ‘Portfolio Efficiency with Performance Fees’ by Windham Capital Management’s Mark Kritzman, the 2 and 20 model expenses burn up about 85 percent of hedge fund returns, which means a fund needs to consistently [...]

August 29th, 2016|