Private foundations assessing the impact of the tax reform legislation (HR1) signed into law on December 22, 2017 should look beyond the private foundation-specific proposals that were not included
For a majority of impact investors, impact investing means seeking a general or specific environmental, social or governance outcome, in addition to a financial return, from their investments.
Impact investments can be made in all corners of the world, in frontier and emerging markets, developed economies and our local neighborhoods.
Few, if any, roles are more significant in ensuring a foundation's success than that of the board chair. This may be why many people find assuming this position a daunting project.
The term “Outsourced Chief Investment Officer” (OCIO) has gained popularity in the investment industry as investment consultants, banks and small wealth management firms are now offering OCIO servi
For a number of philanthropists, philanthropy is a family affair: a means of passing on key values to the next generation as well as giving back or doing good.