When it comes time to plan your organization’s investment policies and gauge their performance against others in the nonprofit world, you may find you are operating in the dark.
Nonprofits rarely have access to information about how their peers - other nonprofit finance executives - manage their reserves and perform on their investments. Without this access you are missing out on information that could drastically enhance your financial administration. The Study on Nonprofit Investing (SONI) was developed to amend this problem, and to bridge the gap between nonprofit financial executives and the information they need to get the most from their investments.
Register now and join fellow nonprofit CFOs and CEOs as leading experts discuss findings from the SONI study. Over 150 association leaders weighed in. Find out how the results can help you make solid investing decisions at your organization.
This interactive session, open only to senior association and nonprofit professionals, is the ideal setting to openly discuss finance and investment issues and concerns facing the association and nonprofit community. You’ll hear from a panel of association leaders lead by study creator, Dennis Gogarty, and have ample opportunity to pose your own questions.
The expert panel will offer insight on the report’s findings from association executives including responses to the following questions:
- What areas do you have major, new initiatives planned for 2013?
- How cash reserves are segmented?
- How long-term investments are allocated?
- How to respond to temporary short falls in revenue?
- How to best manage earnings on long-term investments?
- Who has investment decision-making authority?
Who should attend?
- Chief Financial Officers
- Senior Finance Executives
- Chief Operating Officers
- Executive Directors
Don’t wait! Register today and gain insight into investment best practices to propel your organization forward. This session qualifies for 2 CAE credits per attendee.
When: May 21st, 2013 | 8:30 AM - 10:45 AM (registration opens at 8:15)
Where: The Capital Hilton, Washington DC
Registration: $49.00 includes breakfast, presentations, panel discussion