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The Nonprofit Market Has Spoken (Webinar Recording)
Do you want to learn more about the experiences of other nonprofits as they relate to asset allocation, spending, governance, and fundraising? Are you looking to compare your organization’s investment strategies to those of others within the endowment and foundation market?
This webinar examines key takeaways gleaned from the responses of your market peers, such as:
Organizations that engage in Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) investing were more likely to use active management than passive.
Most respondents target spending levels between 4% and 6%.
Return expectations and market volatility were the most highly ranked investor concerns.
To view and download the entire 2018 Endowment and Foundation Survey Results deck, click here.
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