Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Nonprofit Investing & Policy Development
Utilizing Peer Best Practices to Bolster ROI
Recorded on November 14, 2013
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Like for-profit businesses, nonprofits need healthy portfolios and smooth financial operations. 

Many nonprofits, however, don’t even have an actual investment strategy. Instead, financial decisions about everything from reserve policies to how assets are allocated are made piecemeal and without benchmarking against what other nonprofits are doing.

Stop operating in the dark! It’s time to build your investment strategy on what works for nonprofits.  Here’s where to start …   

Register now for Nonprofit Investing & Policy Development: Utilizing Peer Best Practices to Bolster ROI.  Led by Dennis Gogarty, an expert on wealth management for NFPs, this 90-minute webinar shows nonprofits how to use today’s latest benchmarking data to build healthier portfolios and stronger financial operations.

Practical, proven ways to strengthen investment returns. Step by step, Gogarty simplifies financial decision making for your nonprofit. You’ll return to the office ready to use insights on the asset management and strategic approaches proving most successful for other NFPs to improve your own cash allocation models, segmentation, reserve policies and other investment practices.

Reserve your space now to translate best practices from across a wide spectrum of NFPs into your own best strategy for attaining strong, consistent rewards, including:

  • How much to hold in reserve in relation to your budget
  • Your smartest strategy for segmenting total reserves into operating, short-term and long-term assets
  • How to allocate long-term reserve among stocks, bonds and alternatives
  • How to make effective decisions involving investment policies
  • How to factor income diversity into asset allocation
  • Best NFP practices for cash segmentation

Register now for Nonprofit Investing & Policy Development: Utilizing Peer Best Practices to Bolster ROI so you can be confident that you’re making the right investment decisions in time to make a difference.
Meet Your Training Team
Dennis Gogarty is the President of Raffa Wealth Management.  A consultant to the nonprofit sector since 1994, he joined Raffa in 2002 specifically to provide investment advice and qualified retirement services to a select group of nonprofits.  Dennis has been active in promoting the need for increased investment education in the nonprofit sector ever since, and his passion is in helping to simplify the investment process and empower investors and fiduciaries to be more involved in investment decision making. Dennis is a graduate of Georgetown University’s Certificate in Financial Planning Program and a member of ASAE’s Finance and Business Operations Section Council and the Greater Washington Network.  

Who Will Benefit
This webinar is of value to everyone involved with NFP finance. Remember, your entire team can attend for one flat price so be sure to include:

  • CFOs, CPAs and COOs at associations and nonprofits
  • Executive Directors
  • Accounting Staff
  • Board Chairs & Members

Don't wait, register today to get the information you need to develop sound investing policies at your nonprofit!

Can't make the scheduled session? 
Select the 24/7 OnDemand Recording to listen in from anywhere with an Internet connection. Available 48 hours after the conference.

CAE Credits: Live webinar attendees are eligible for 1.5 CAE credit hours. Association TRENDS is a CAE Approved Provider. This program meets the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. We will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit

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$215.00   Nonprofit Investing & Policy Development: OnDemand Recording
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