Lorelei Graye

Founder, Leodoran Financial

Lorelei is Founder of Leodoran Financial and independent consultant to private capital market organizations in venture, emerging markets, LBO, and real estate.
As a subject matter expert, industry leader, and advisor, Ms. Graye serves market participants through strategic management consulting, communications expertise and market intelligence; but she is probably best known for leading industry efforts such as the ADS Initiative to improve private fund fee transparency, reporting efficiencies, and to advocate LP operational needs.

Formerly, a reporting officer for the South Carolina Retirement System Investment Commission (RSIC), Lorelei spearheaded the development and implementation of the pension’s annual investment cost collection, validation, and reporting process which was featured in a prominent 2015 CEM Benchmarking study“The Time Has Come for Standardized Total Cost Disclosure for Private Equity”.

Ms. Graye has travelled extensively to promote best practices and educate market participants building an extensive global network of institutional investors, trustees, general partners, service providers, academic leaders, regulators, and policymakers.

Presentations and media coverage include organizations such as the WSJ, PEI, FundFire, Governing, Pensions & Investments, The Hedge Fund Law Report, Staying Ahead of the Curve (Cammack), NCTR, ILPA, APPFA, IMDDA, SURS of IL, TRS IL, TRS of TX, GAIM Ops Cayman, the Regulatory Fundamentals Group, The Spaulding Group, and the Lowell Milken Institute at UCLA School of Law.

A key participant and supporter of the ILPA Transparency Initiativeand organizer of the latest cross-collaboration, the Adopting Data Standards (ADS) Initiative, Lorelei has over 20 years of business experience with strong entrepreneurial roots and holds dual business degrees: a BS in finance and a BA in accounting, summa cum laude.

1 Dang, Andrea CFA; Dupont, David CFA; Mike Heale. “The Time Has Come for Standardized Total Cost Disclosure for Private Equity”

 

2 See www.ILPA.org

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