Alternative Investments InstituteThe Alternative Investments Institute aims to expand investors' knowledge and understanding of alternative investments, provide finance faculty with important opportunities for research and interaction with the investment world and bring cutting-edge knowledge into Quinnipiac's undergraduate and graduate classes.
Alternative investments refer to nontraditional investments, funds or asset classes such as hedge funds, private equity funds, venture capital funds, derivatives, real estate and commodities.
Greenwich Roundtable Quinnipiac University Survey
The Greenwich Roundtable Quinnipiac University Survey, a survey of alternative investment practices jointly administered by the Alternative Investments Institute and the Greenwich Roundtable, is the institute's first major project.
The Greenwich Roundtable is a nonprofit research and education group focused on alternative investing. Its members are sophisticated private and institutional investors who collectively represent over $1.2 trillion in assets under management.
Read more about the Greenwich Roundtable Quinnipiac University survey.
Matthew O'Connor, dean of the School of Business