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23 JANUARY 2024
Meredith B. Jenkins has been appointed as an Independent Adviser to Grosvenor’s Group Investment Committee (GIC) with immediate effect.
Chaired by Michael McLintock and formed by the Grosvenor Trustees and now three independent advisers which also include Sir Philip Dilley and Chris Pratt, the committee is responsible for overseeing Grosvenor’s activities, capital allocation, strategy, and performance.
Meredith is currently Chief Investment Officer for Trinity Church Wall Street, where she is responsible for the investment management and oversight of the church’s endowment and real estate holdings.
Prior to joining Trinity, she was the Co-Chief Investment Officer of Carnegie Corporation of New York, Andrew Carnegie’s foundation, from 2011 to 2016. She joined in 1999 as its first investment associate and was an integral part of the build-out of the corporation’s investment capability under its first chief investment officer.
She served as the corporation’s special representative to Hong Kong, focusing on investment opportunities in Asia, including China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia and Australia. During this time, she continued as an active member of the investment leadership team. Before joining Carnegie Corporation, she was a buy-side equity research associate for Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. and an investment banking analyst at Goldman Sachs.
Meredith serves on the Investment Committees and Boards of Trustees of The Wenner-Gren Foundation, The Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, and The Windward School.
Commenting on her appointment, Mark Preston, Grosvenor’s CEO and Chief Executive said: As we continue to develop and invest in a strategy of international diversification, I am delighted that Meredith has agreed to join Grosvenor and look forward to the insights and benefits that her diverse background, experience, and expertise will bring.