FEG Grows Institutional Insight Through Formation of Investment Advisory Board
FEG, one of the largest independent, investment consulting firms in the U.S., bolsters the company’s depth of institutional knowledge through the formation of an investment advisory board. The board will provide long-term strategic advice on investments and industry trends.
FEG advisory board members include:
McCall Cravens, Chief Investment Officer (CIO) at Hunt Investment Group. McCall previously served as a managing director at Southern Methodist University. McCall received her MBA from Harvard Business School and a bachelor of science in economics and engineering science from Vanderbilt University.
Jonathan Hook, CIO at The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation. Jonathan previously served as the vice president and CIO at The Ohio State University. He received his MBA from Baylor University and a bachelor of science in economics and sociology from Willamette University.
FEG has more than than 30 years’ experience providing customized solutions to clients. The advisory board will add their industry insight to the firm’s established portfolio management, operations, and research teams.
“As our firm continues to grow, we are always looking for ways to better serve the sophisticated needs of institutional clients,” said FEG President and CEO Scott Harsh. “The creation of an advisory board whose members bring deep institutional knowledge was a natural next step.”
The board will meet four times a year and be led by FEG head of Institutional Investments Nolan Bean.
About FEG: Fund Evaluation Group, LLC (FEG) provides investment consulting, portfolio management, and research services to clients nationwide. Established in 1988, the independently-owned firm has approximately $62 billion in total client assets under advisement. FEG services include FEG Consulting, which provides traditional, nondiscretionary investment consulting services to institutions; Portfolio Management, which provides outsourced CIO and discretionary portfolio management services for institutions and financial intermediaries; and FEG Research Services, which provides traditional and alternative strategies’ investment manager research, due diligence and monitoring. For more information, visit www.feg.com.
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