Caleb Sevian is a portfolio manager for the University of Colorado Foundation (http://www.cufund.org) where his responsibilities include manager selection, due diligence, asset allocation, and the development and maintenance of their risk management program. Prior to joining the foundation in 2008, Caleb was senior portfolio manager and president of Tenet Capital. While at Tenet Capital, Caleb was responsible for developing the proprietary quantitative factor models utilized to manage the firm's equity portfolios. The models Caleb developed were designed to uncover the intrinsic value of a company along with the company's ability to increase value through earnings growth. In addition to the quantitative equity models Caleb developed, he also created a quantitatively driven asset allocation model used to optimize asset classes based on Post Modern Portfolio Theory combined with a proprietary econometric model and served as a consultant to develop proprietary multiclass asset allocation portfolios for institutional clients. Prior to Tenet Capital Caleb spent eight years at Victoire Finance et Gestion, a European multi-strategy hedge fund, developing his skills as a fundamental investor. While at Victoire he served as the Senior Portfolio Manager and Chief Operating Officer. During his tenure at Victoire Caleb also acted as a proprietary trader for the long/short equity trading desk at the Fund. Caleb earned his B.A. in mathematics from the University of Colorado, Boulder.