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Jagdeep Bachher

The University of California endowment manager raises returns by making fewer and better bets.

JAGDEEP BACHHER STANDS out among chief investment officers.

First there’s the headwear. Bachher is a practicing Sikh, and the turban he wears, whether orange, red, or baby blue, is always perfectly paired with his business attire, matching his tie, even his socks.

Second is his obsession with management

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