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FEG Head of Institutional Investments, Nolan Bean, CFA, CAIA, is quoted in The Wall Street Journal discussing the "unique environment" that has resulted in endowments posting their largest investment gains in decades.
FEG Senior Vice President and Director of Real Assets, Christian Busken, is quoted in FundFire discussing distributed energy and the strong "interest in anything power-related that is not tied to fossil fuels. If it's got any connection to renewables, money will likely pile in."
FEG examines nonprofit organizations’ current policies, processes and questions on crypto gifts
Today, FEG Investment Advisors (FEG) released the results of their latest FEG Flash Poll that surveyed how endowments and foundations approach cryptocurrency donations. The survey provides insight into the views of investment professionals across more than 70 nonprofit organizations on questions related to the acceptance of cryptocurrency donations, documentation and the processing of such gifts.
FEG Chief Investment Officer and Head of OCIO, Alan Lenahan, is quoted in FundFire discussing why more foundations are turning to OCIO. Alan states “specifically, foundations are looking for help with private investments” and notes that “the traditional investment committee model doesn’t always serve best to get the access and to make decisions on a timely basis.”
Greg Dowling, FEG Head of Research and CIO and host of the FEG Insight Bridge Podcast, was a featured guest on DoubleLine Capital’s The Sherman Show Podcast discussing OCIO services, markets, and macro.
FEG's Senior Vice President and Director of Global Fixed Income and Credit, Keith Berlin, is featured in HedgeWeek projecting 'that demand will shift toward 'alternative credit' in the future, as investors look to diversify toward uncorrelated credit strategies.' Please note: FEG assets under management as of March 31, 2021 total $10.7 billion.
FEG's Vice President and OCIO Advisor, Kathryn Mawer, was named to a shortlist for the Consultant of the Year award presented by Women in Asset Management.
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