Nonprofit Organizations


Cumberland’s team of leading global economists, portfolio managers, and trading professionals design investment portfolios aligned with each nonprofit organization’s mission and objectives.

Evaluate and Analyze

Working hand-in-glove with nonprofits’ investment committees and boards of directors, our portfolio managers integrate the underlying components of each organization’s Investment Policy Statement (IPS) into the construction of the portfolio.

When allocating assets we address:

• Short-term cash flow requirements
• Long-term capital appreciation benchmarks
• Liquidity requirements
• Spending policy

Implement, Monitor, and Rebalance

Utilizing Cumberland Advisors’ portfolio management styles, our investment professionals construct a portfolio in alignment with the short and long-range financial goals of your organization. The portfolio is rebalanced when necessary to maintain target asset allocations.

For a portfolio appraisal and itemized cost analysis, please contact an investment advisor representative.

Nonprofit Investment Management Market Commentaries

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