Driehaus Capital Management announces with deep sadness the unexpected passing of its Founder, Richard H. Driehaus, of natural causes at the age of 78.
“Richard led a life of zest and intellectual curiosity. His path and personal story were larger than life, and the impact he made as an investor is perhaps only rivaled by the extensive legacy he left as a philanthropist,” said Driehaus President and CEO Steve Weber.Read more
Driehaus Capital Management is an independent boutique investment adviser managing long-only equity and multi-asset alternative strategies.
of institutional investment experience, founded in 1982 by renowned investor Richard H. Driehaus.
The term “energy crisis” has crept its way into several research reports and news articles across Wall Street in recent weeks. We're not here to say if the term is being used accurately or not, but at the very least it is reflective of recent developments within energy’s commodity markets
The September quarter was a down period for the U.S. equity market as the number of headwinds and concerns expanded, causing economic growth to slow and equity multiples to contract slightly. While the largest capitalization stocks outperformed, helping the S&P 500 to eke out a tiny gain of .58%, the rest of the market struggled as size was an important driver of returns. Larger cap stocks outperformed mid caps, which outperformed small caps, which outperformed micro caps.