Outperformance from larger foundations does not in itself make them better or even much different investors than their smaller peers, according to a recent study.
Negative 2018 investment returns as well as mixed spending and gift giving percentages present challenges for foundations, according to a recent study.
Progress on sustainable investment solutions across the economy has been significant but there is still room for sustainability to grow as a meaningful part of the capital markets, a recent report shows.
Foundations continue to shy away from alternative asset classes and have reduced spending in light of lower expected returns, according to a recent study from an investment consulting firm.
Impact investment capital and individual investments will see projected growth in the double-digits this year, according to a recent survey.
Healthcare systems have worked to reduce their exposure to alternatives on the heels of the volatility that impacted the market in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to a recent survey from an investment consulting firm.
Hedge fund managers face increasing demands from asset owners who covet improved ESG reporting standards and increased commitment to ESG, a new study finds.
A Washington, D.C.-based human resources firm is conducting a new nonprofit diversity practices survey and is looking for input from social sector leaders, human resources and talent management experts.