Institutional Investor magazine has announced the honorees and award winners for the 6th Annual US Investment Management Awards—Henry R. Kravis is the recipient of the Money Management Lifetime Achievement Award, and Sandy Urie is the recipient of the Investor Lifetime Achievement Award. The awards offered by Institutional Investor magazine are impressive honors to receive.

Kravis and Urie are not the only recipients of awards. Other honorees include Howard Marks and Bruce Karsh, both co-winners of the Money Manager of the Year award, Neuberger Berman, for innovation in alternative mutual funds, and Eaton Vance Management, for innovation in exchange-traded funds.

This year’s winners will all be honored at a celebratory dinner and ceremony on May 14th at the mandarin Oriental in New York City.

Once again, congratulations to this year’s award winners!

About the US Investment Management Award

The US Investment Management Award recognizes US institutional investors for their merits related to innovative strategy, fiduciary savvy, and sizeable returns on investment. Additionally, the award recognizes US money managers in over 39 different asset classes who stood out in the eyes of the investor community for their outstanding performance.

About Henry R. Kravis

Henry R. Kravis is the co-founder, co-chairman, and co-CEO of KKR, a leading global investment firm. Kravis is a leader in the social enterprise and social entrepreneur movement, as well as a well-known philanthropist. In fact, Kravis is responsible for the Kravis Leadership Institute at Claremont McKenna College, as well as founding the Henry R. Kravis Prize in Leadership, which recognizes a leader of the social sector who is making a true impact for the good of society.

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About Sandy Urie

Sandra Urie is the CEO of Cambridge Associates, an investment advising firm focused on foundations and endowments. Urie joined the Cambridge team in 1985 and eventually rose through the ranks to the CEO position she currently holds. Urie studied Russian at Stanford University before attending Yale’s School of Management.

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