Colleagues remember pioneering Yale University Chief Investment Officer David F. Swensen who died May 5 from cancer.
David Swensen, the chief investment officer at Yale University who helped revolutionize how college endowments are managed, has died.
Charles de Vaulx, chairman and chief investment officer of International Value Advisers, died in an apparent suicide.
Bernard L. Madoff, the money manager who admitted to running the largest Ponzi scheme in history, died Wednesday.
Jack Sandner, who served as chairman of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in three stints in the 1980s and ‘90s, died at age 79.
Kevin Dalmut, investment officer for the University of Iowa Center for Advancement's $1.1 billion endowment, has died.
Gerald D. Hines, founder and chairman of Houston-based real estate manager Hines, has died.
Ron Rawald, senior managing director and head of international real estate at Cerberus Capital Management, died over the weekend at age 56.
Ronnie Scott Brown, co-founder of Aberdeen Asset Management, has died at age 83.
John F. Casey, a longtime consultant and co-founder of several consulting firms, including Casey Quirk, died April 25 of a heart attack.
Charles W. Brady, Invesco's founder and former chairman and CEO, died in Atlanta at the age of 84 on Dec. 7.
Paul Volcker, the former Federal Reserve chairman who broke the back of U.S. inflation in the 1980s, has died.
Don Valentine, 87, founder of venture capital firm Sequoia Capital and early investor in Atari and Apple Computer, has died.
T. Boone Pickens, the onetime Texas oilman who became a billionaire energy investor and pitchman for wind and natural-gas power, has died.
William T. "Bill" Bisson Jr., former publisher of Pensions & Investments who worked at Crain Communications for 33 years, died Jan. 17.
Jack Bogle, who started the first index mutual fund, was always conscious of where his creation was headed.
George Weintz, former vice president, investments, at Lockheed Martin Corp., died Oct. 20 at age 85 in Las Vegas.