Jason Rector Visited Marquette's AIM Program and Discussed Hedge Fund Due Diligence on April 4, 2016
Jason Rector (CFA, 2009 Marquette AIM Alumnus) Spoke to the AIM
Program Students About Hedge Funds and Risk Parity
Jason Rector presented in Dr. Krause’s AIM and Alternative
Investments classes. This is the fourth year that he has assisted in discussing
the process of evaluating hedge funds.
Dr. Krause said, “It was a pleasure to
have Jason join us each year. His insights on hedge funds are important and he
is highly experienced in the due diligence process. The students enjoy Jason’s
discussions and real-world experience.”
Jason Rector is an analyst at the State of Wisconsin
Investment Board (SWIB) in Madison, Wisconsin. Since joining the organization in
2015, his duties involve primary focusing on external manager due diligence
(hedge funds and long-only managers).
Prior to SWIB Jason worked in Chicago at
Mesirow Advanced Strategies, the Hedge Fund of Funds within Mesirow Financial.
He was part of the due diligence/research team responsible for investigating
and monitoring the current and prospective funds in their portfolios.
Jason is also enrolled in the University of Chicago’s Booth
School of Business. He is pursuing his Masters of Business Administration.
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