Christopher Englebert, founding partner and cio of Englebert Financial Advisers, provides key tips for pension trustees going through the RFP process.
There will be a lot of red numbers in upcoming quarterly investment reports for institutional investors. But for managers boasting (relatively) strong returns, how to spread the word at a time that many investors are dealing with not only declining assets but other immediate stresses in the portfolio and the workplace has become a quandary.
Founders and ceos going back to the basics will be the key to their survival through COVID-19, venture capital investors said during a webinar held this week.
Institutional investors have spent the week outlining the potential ways the markets could move going forward as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to play out across the country and world.
The duration and severity of coronavirus is still up for debate as investors look to gain an understanding of its economic impact.
Investment consultants are recommending institutions focus on shoring up their immediate needs and maintaining the status quo in the short-term while preparing to be able to capitalize on upcoming investment opportunities the coronavirus pandemic will provide long-term investors.
The returns for U.S. endowments dipped in 2019 but rose for the 10-year period ending June 30 as the remnants of the financial crisis continued to fade into the past, according to the 2019 NACUBO-TIAA Study of Endowments.
The assumption that divestment can hurt the total return of an endowment is based on speculation, according to CJ Ryan, co-author of a recent research paper that found no discernible evidence that divestment of fossil fuels can negatively impact the total return of an endowment’s portfolio.
New website, fin-news.com, combines coverage of public pension and nonprofit investing on one site.
Investment consulting firm RVK has launched a new specialty practice that will provide investment program reviews to investors looking to identify the optimal structure for their investment programs, the firm announced.