Posts in Investment Committees
Practical Steps To Building A Powerful Nonprofit Board

“Whether it’s a high school booster club with a $500 budget or United Way Worldwide with its $3.9 billion budget, most nonprofits must have investments from individuals and businesses to achieve its mission. Nonprofits who intentionally and strategically recruit board members that can raise money have an advantage over nonprofits that recruit only for industry expertise, policy or community/industry representation.” Click here to learn more.

Source: NonProfitPRO

Top Six Tips for an Effective Investment Committee


Innovest’s consultants have had the opportunity in the last 20 years to observe the activities of scores of investment committees, from those overseeing hundreds of millions in assets to those entrusted with much more modest resources. In addition, a number of Innovest’s professionals volunteer on investment committees. Based on our experiences, the following items are tips for effective committees. Click here to read more.

Source: Innovest Portfolio Solutions

Issues for Investment Committees

Catherine Gordon, head of Vanguard Institutional Advisory Services, recently addressed several questions about effective investment committees, including:  

  • What's the best way to keep an investment committee focused on the long term?
  • When should underperforming managers be replaced?
  • What are the risks in signing a fiduciary acknowledgement letter?

Click here for Gordon's insights.