Nonprofit organizations like yours face unpredictable markets, increased reliance on philanthropy, and complex regulatory requirements. At the same time, you are increasingly being asked to do more with less. PNC Institutional Asset Management® (PNC IAM) brings you the ideas you need to effectively manage assets, risks, and fundraising, so you can allot more of your resources to the critical work required to achieve your mission.
PNC IAM invests in specialized resources, human capital, and technology to help nonprofit organizations solve their unique challenges.
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Fulfilling your mission, keeping risk in check, maintaining healthy financials, and using your assets to help achieve these outcomes—is completing all of these tasks possible against a backdrop of change, uncertainty, and volatility?
In our view, the answer is yes, with an analytical and enterprise approach. We increasingly see institutional investors implement a goals‐based analytical framework for managing their assets and liabilities en route to achieving their organizations’ objectives. In this video, we discuss how a goal‐based investment approach can help institutional investors achieve financial objectives.
For more information, please watch our video on Enterprise Investment Risk Management.
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With this mindset, we are readily geared to provide our nonprofit clients with ideas, knowledge, honest and open dialogue to stimulate actions and ideas that make a difference in fulfilling their missions.
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