White Papers
Canada’s diverse economy provides investment opportunities in both public and private equity. For an investor, diversification, low fees, and the use of skilled active managers can lead to improved and less volatile performance.
White Papers
One of the most consistent questions related to private equity buyout funds is about the impact of fund size on performance. Do smaller funds outperform due to lower acquisition multiples, the ability to capitalize on operational inefficiencies, and inexperienced management teams? Or do larger funds outperform, as targ…
White Papers
International small-cap stocks have historically provided strong risk-adjusted returns. Canterbury thinks that now may be an especially opportune time to allocate to these relatively high-quality companies using an active approach. We feel this is particularly true for investors who are underweight what we believe is a…
White Papers
Taxable investors should consider the impact of excess return expectations, fees, and tax drag on their portfolios. A diversified mix between active, passive, and tax-managed equity strategies can lead to superior after-tax returns. This white paper summarizes Canterbury’s views on constructing equity portfolios while…
White Papers
The active versus passive investment management discussion has intensified as of late due to active management’s recent inability to outpace their passive benchmarks. Some may have a knee-jerk inclination to fire an underperforming manager, but the data show that investors are better off staying the course. A 2012 stud…






2023 Investment Forum Speakers


Kathleen Taylor
Chair, Altas Partners
"Board Member Recruitment: Consider the Three C’s"


Billy Rahm
Head of Global Real Estate and Managing Director, Centerbridge Partners
"Strategies in Value-Add and Opportunistic Real Estate"