Over the last 25 years we have worked with Alaska organizations to provide a clear financial path forward, enabling them to focus on their primary objectives and future growth.

Who We Are

Alaska Permanent Capital Management was founded by Dave Rose in 1992. Dave made Alaska his home in the 1960’s. His professional and volunteer experience helped shape Anchorage and Alaska for many years. Through his work as the first Director of the Alaska Permanent Fund his legacy can still be seen today. Dave’s philosophy of ‘do the right thing for Alaskans’ is the foundation of Alaska Permanent Capital Management; it inspires community engagement, provides direction to hire the experts and motivates the team to deliver exceptional client service.

Headquartered in Alaska, relationships are maintained with a diverse client base that includes: Alaska Native Corporations, endowments and foundations, health care organizations, state and local governments, and individuals.

Investment Management

The APCM investment approach is based on sound principles and an enduring philosophy. Our investment process begins by determining what your investments need to accomplish.

Meet the Investment Team

Our investment team is composed of highly experienced individuals. Six analysts at the firm hold the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation, the highest regarded credential in the financial services industry. The team provides expert financial guidance in collaboration with clients to assist, define, and achieve their financial goals.

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Investing for Local Growth

APCM is the investment adviser for the Alaska Municipal League Investment Pool (AMLIP), a non-profit corporation formed by the Alaska Municipal League (AML) to provide investment services under the Alaska Investment Pool Act of 1992.

Blog Posts

Where do you want to be in 2021?

Another January has rolled around bringing with it a fine dumping of snow, seasonally appropriate temperatures, and the beginning of another legislative session with the concomitant budget battle. I won’t to be talking about any of these things- they’ll wait. Instead, I want to talk about the end of 2020; eleven and half months from […]
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Ringing in the New Year with the SECURE Act

Last summer, I outlined the major changes possibly being advanced by a new law awaiting passage by Congress, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act. As you may recall, the act overwhelmingly passed the House in May of 2019 and was expected to speedily make its way through the Senate, but instead […]
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Taking the Win at the End of the Decade

The end of 2019 is upon us and we can celebrate the fact that Alaska’s economy spent most, possibly all, of the year out of recession. The bad old days of 2016 and early 2017 when we were losing jobs at an annualized rate of two to two and half percentage points (roughly 8,000 jobs […]
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