Cambridge Associates Asia Singapore Solving Your Challenges

How do we build a diversified portfolio with limited time and resources?


The rewards of intelligent portfolio diversification are considerable, but diversified portfolios simply cost more to manage effectively both in time and resources. We know your investment staff and committee is dedicated to your organization’s success. But often these ambitions are accompanied by unrealistic expectations about the ability to first implement and then to oversee a complex, multi-manager asset allocation structure.


You may need deeper resources and experience to govern effectively, establish and review your investment policies, successfully implement your plan and then evaluate your results in terms of both risk and return. That’s when it becomes attractive—and potentially cost effective—to outsource.


Outsourcing your investment office can be a source of complementary expertise and advice or a fully delegated solution for your organization. We serve as the outsourced investment office for 25 institutions representing approximately $8B in assets under management. Some of them have a CIO, some do not. Some have historically involved their finance team in the oversight and management of the endowment or pension. What should you expect of us? You should feel like you have a professional in-house investment office at your service.

Wood Group: Doing Business with Us

At Wood Group, when we begin an engagement with any client, we are committed for the long term.


We aim to be trusted partners with our customers, dedicated to helping them achieve greater success within their realm of industry both now and in the future. We are focused on developing strong relationships by providing cost-effective and reliable project delivery. Our success in these areas is demonstrated by the long-term relationships we have fostered with large, integrated operators, national oil companies, independent operators and power companies throughout the world.


Four people in conference.Our customers count on us to strive for the highest quality and superior safety performance throughout the engagement. We are committed to maintaining the integrity to deliver upon what we promise, and the willingness to keep open, honest communications and ethical conduct at the top of our "To Do" list.


We expect those with whom we do business, such as partners and subcontractors, to adopt similar values and standards. They must embrace our vision for safe, highly effective operations at all times, and strive to always deal with our associates and customers with the utmost integrity and respect.


At Wood Group, we never forget that responsiveness to our customers’ needs is the reason for our success, and why we enjoy the privilege of coming to work every day.


Commitment to business ethics


Wood Group’s Business Ethics Policy recognizes and reinforces the importance of conducting business ethically and legally throughout our worldwide organization. Wood Group relies on the strength of our people, products and services, and not on unethical practices, to develop our business. The Business Ethics Policy is publically available on the Group web site with further guidance given to all employees and businesses via our Intranet, as well as by way of targeted in-person and on-line ethics training.


Wood Group’s reputation, built over many years, depends on consistently doing the right thing. Wood Group and its’ employees are committed to adhering to the Business Ethics Policy which is key to the Integrity Core Value for Wood Group. It is there to ensure the right choice is made in any given situation.



Insurance Fraud Bureau: Links

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  • Association of British Insurers (ABI)
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
  • Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) Fraud Prevention
  • Association of Crime and Intelligence Analysts
  • British Bankers' Association (BBA)
  • CIFAS, the UK's Fraud Prevention Service
  • City of London Police Economic Crime Department
  • Claims and Underwriting Exchange (CUE)
  • Crime stoppers
  • Department for Work and Pensions - Report a Benefit Fraud
  • Financial Services Authority (FSA)
  • Fraud Advisory Panel
  • Fraud Women's Network
  • Identity Theft, Home Office
  • Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)
  • Insurance Fraud Investigators Group (IFIG)
  • International Association of Special Investigation Units (IASIU)
  • Metropolitan Police Fraud Alert
  • Ministry of Justice Claims Management Regulation
  • Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB)
  • National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB)
  • NFSA - Fraud Strategy
  • NFSA - Fraud Awareness Leaflet
  • Payments Administration
  • Serious Fraud Office (SFO)
  • Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA)
  • Solicitors Regulation Authority
  • Telecommunications UK Fraud Forum (TUFF)