Organizations relying on outsourced chief investment officers (“OCIOs”) face a marketplace that delivers services in a wide variety of manners. In some scenarios, the client may retain some degree of authority over portfolio activity, while others seek full-service solutions. This discussion will focus on the various key considerations for investment committees when seeking, managing, or changing an OCIO relationship. What are the trade-offs between administrative costs, investment expertise, and investment performance?
This webcast is part of the Endowment Leaders Series. Visit the series page to see other sessions available for a la carte registration or to purchase access to the whole series.
Ed Kania, vice president for business and finance and treasurer, Rollins College
Julee K. Sherman, vice president for finance and administration, Central Methodist University
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