Student Funds

Tuck Social Venture Fund (TSVF)

The Center, in conjunction with the Center for Government, Business & Society, oversees the Tuck Social Venture fund, which deploys capital based on student generated investment ideas. An investment committee composed of alumni and Tuck faculty votes on the student proposals, discusses social impact, and provides feedback. Students conduct weekly conference calls with the investment committee to discuss markets, sectors, and investment proposals. The TSVF provides students with practical experience in venture capital with an emphasis on social impact.

Investment capital for the Tuck Social Venture Fund is provided through the generous donations of the Tuck class of 2015 and other select alumni. Learn more about the TSVF.

Tuck Asset Management (“TAM”) Program

The Center, through the TAM program, oversees a long-term only fund (“The Bundy Fund”) and a long/short-term equity fund (“The Boyle Fund”).  Each fund deploys capital based on student generated investment ideas.  An investment committee composed of alumni and Tuck faculty votes on student proposals, sets risk limits, and provides feedback. Students conduct weekly conference calls with the investment committee to discuss markets, sectors, and investment proposals. The TAM program provides students with practical experience researching, proposing, and evaluating long and short positions in a multi-strategy portfolio.

Investment capital for the TAM program is provided through the generous donations of Harvey Bundy III (Tuck ’68), Principal, William Blair and Company, and Perry Boyle (Tuck ’88), Director of Research, SAC Capital Advisors. Learn more about the TAM program.

Private Equity Independent Studies

Experiential, independent studies advised by venture and buy-out industry practitioners.