The NACUBO-TIAA Study of Endowments is a great benchmarking tool for college and university endowments.
In this episode, Bob DiMeo and Devon Francis discuss the key findings from the latest release of the study including noteworthy trends for colleges and universities on investment returns, asset allocation, ESG investing, and a lot more.
You will learn:
What nonprofits should keep in mind while comparing performance with peer groups
How investment strategies and returns might differ based on endowment size
Latest spending trends among college and university endowments
The growing adoption of the OCIO model, ESG investing, and DEI policies
Tune in to gain useful insights and how your endowment compares to peers in recent years!
Are stocks overpriced and about to tank? How will rising inflation impact your portfolio? How might the pandemic continue to impact the economy?
Find the answers to these questions in this episode, as Bob DiMeo and Devon Francis interview Matt Rice, Chief Investment Officer at Fiducient Advisors. They discuss key market trends from 2021 (stocks, bonds, and alternative investments) and what you can expect in 2022 and beyond.
You will learn:
The major asset classes that outperformed and what might to expect now
The outlook for all asset classes, considering rising inflation and the pandemic
Striving for better risk-adjusted investment return during uncertain times
The importance of diversification and long-term planning
Tune in to hear Matt Rice’s expert insights on the current investment environment!
Matt joined Fiducient Advisors in 2001. As Fiducient Advisors’ Chief Investment Officer, Matt leads the firm’s investment strategy and research efforts. He also advises a number of the firm’s nonprofit and corporate clients. Matt is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee, Research Forum, Investment Committee, Discretionary Committee and Capital Markets Committee. Matt has co-authored two books, including Nonprofit Asset Management (John Wiley & Sons), which was published in 2012 and The Practical Guide to Managing Nonprofit Assets (John Wiley & Sons), published in 2005. Matt is a CFA® charterholder and member of the CFA Society Chicago and a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA®). Matt received a BA in Economics from Northwestern University, where he also played on the 1995 and 1996 Big Ten championship football teams. Matt now leads an easier lifestyle chasing after his two young children.