Join Devinne Verst, Senior Institutional Sales Associate, at this year's virtual conference, Philanthropy Forward, where Ohio's philanthropy network will address community needs.
The KACF conference is a hybrid of virtual and in-person events this year. The theme is "Heart of Community" where we explore the heart of effective community philanthropy. FEG's Matt Finke, Vice President of Institutional Sales, and Jeff Davis, Vice President, Consultant, will be in attendance.
FEG is proud to support Philanthropy Southwest's annual conference, which provides an opportunity to connect foundations with resources and fellow philanthropists in the Southwestern United States. Don't miss FEG's Devinne Verst when she introduces the speakers on the funder-focused learning collaborative on mental health in North Texas communities. FEG's Andrew Zach, CAIA, Vice President, Consultant, will also be in attendance.
Christina Drake, FEG Vice President and Advisor Analyst, will be presenting at SECF's 52nd Annual Meeting, which brings to light the cost of inequity and the vision of an equitable South. FEG's Devinne Verst, Senior Institutional Sales Associate, and Ross Neltner, Vice President, Consultant, will also be in attendance.
Listen into an open discussion between two veteran CIOs on investment opportunities and challenges as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.Co-hosted by Catholic Investment Services (CIS) and FEG Investment Advisors on, the webinar features:
- Scott Malpass - recently retired Chief Investment Officer at the University of Notre Dame and co-founder of Catholic Investment Services.
- Jonathan Hook - Chief Investment Officer of The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation and FEG Advisory Board Member, formerly Chief Investment Officer at The Ohio State University.
- FEG’s Matt Finke moderated the discussion.
FEG’s Rick Grzymajlo walked 2021 NBOA Annual Meeting attendees through creating Healthy Investment Dialogue During Times of Uncertainty. We are happy to offer the presentation recording – click below to watch!
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, we will not hold the FEG 2020 Dallas Symposium on May 12. While we are disappointed not to host the event, we are excited to announce that we will offer educational value through a FEG podcast series, Dallas on Download. This limited audio series will highlight several of our planned speakers. Details regarding the podcast will be shared in the coming weeks.
Thank you to everyone who joined us in Cincinnati for the FEG 2019 Investment Forum! We hope that our guests found the speakers and discussions insightful and informative. This year's theme was "Signs: Separating Signal from Noise in Markets, Politics, and Investments."
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