The firm’s Managing Directors are responsible for managing client relationships and serve on the firm’s Investment Committee. Managing Directors interface with the firm’s support teams noted below in order to provide clients with sophisticated solutions to various investment, administrative, reporting, and accounting needs. Learn more about the Managing Directors.
Investment research personnel are responsible for reporting to the Investment Committee on the firm’s qualitative and quantitative due diligence and monitoring processes on existing and new investment managers. The team also monitors current marketplace trends and macroeconomic factors that may impact client portfolios and/or present investment opportunities, and reports to the Investment Committee.
Client services personnel work with the Managing Directors to coordinate client matters with the appropriate Prairie Capital staff members, investment managers and the client's other third-party providers.
Performance reporting personnel provide client portfolio performance reports. The team reports on traditional investments and alternative strategies. Standard reports include information on the aggregate portfolio, individual investment managers and underlying securities, as well as benchmark data. Customized reports can be produced as needed.
Operations personnel are responsible for completing documentation to open and maintain brokerage accounts and other investments; supervising and processing the transfer of assets from current custodians into a new account; and processing cash and other asset movements in and out of brokerage accounts.
Compliance personnel are responsible for maintaining registration and annual compliance filings with regulatory bodies; developing, monitoring and testing Prairie Capital’s Code of Ethics and Written Supervisory Procedures; monitoring Federal and state securities laws and regulations; developing the firm’s risk control framework; and providing legal counsel for regulatory compliance examinations.