KCA/Princeton Advisors, LLC
KCA/Princeton Advisors, LLC is the investment manager for KCA Financials Fund, LP
Investment Management Imbued with Purpose.
Our strategy was developed to help clients achieve long-term financial goals;
and we will engage with managements on ESG matters and sustainable global development.
"The last thing allocators, advisers, and investors need is another copy-cat strategy to replace under-performing products. Our mission is to challenge return-numbing conformity to the typical investment management business model. We also pledge to engage with company leaders in the financial services industry for deeper organizational integrity, and respect for sustainable development as central to positive global contributions and to achieving a lower cost of capital."
KCA/Princeton Advisors, LLC launched it's initial investment fund for qualified institutions and individuals in early 2017. KCA Financials Fund, LP focuses on the financial services sector, amidst cyclical change, industry consolidation and technology developments.
Our objective is to deliver reliable superior long-term performance with less exposure to market volatility for limited partners.
The last thing consultants, advisers, and other gatekeepers need is to recommend another standard, humdrum investment strategy to a client whose investment portfolio is not keeping pace with expanding liabilities. KCA/Princeton Advisors offers a strategy with a uniquely managed specialization designed for portfolios that need superior long-term returns but wish to avoid market-like volatility.
KCA's Founder/Principal is John A. Heffern, who applies 30 years of portfolio management & research experience, particularly in the area of global financial services companies from large cap to micro cap.
Mr. Heffern travels frequently & widely for hands-on portfolio research, gaining insights from decades-long relationships in the investment management industry.
JOHN A. HEFFERN
Mr. Heffern's career spans nearly 30 years of senior level portfolio management and equity research mandates. He is keenly focused on liquid investments in publicly-traded financial services companies.