The asset management industry has grown exponentially in the past decade.
The business of managing wealth has become more complicated and increasingly competitive on a global scale, and the pace of that change is accelerating.
In leading business schools, studies in asset management and alternative investments are a critical component of the finance curriculum. In 2013, Darden launched the Center for Asset Management (CAM) in order to support new approaches to asset management research, education and practice. In 2014, the center was named in honor of Richard A. Mayo (MBA ’68). Darden has made a commitment to understanding the changing dynamics of the asset management industry and the full spectrum of asset classes.
The Mayo Center for Asset Management is the forum through which Darden has made this commitment. The center will serve as a hub of thought leadership and professional development for faculty, students, alumni and practitioners across the globe in the field of asset management.