|Submission Date||Nov. 16, 2017|
PA-10: Investment Disclosure
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Office of Sustainability
Does the institution make a snapshot of its investment holdings available to the public?:
A copy of the investment holdings snapshot:
The website URL where the holdings snapshot is publicly available:
Percentage of the total investment pool included in the snapshot of investment holdings at each of the following levels of detail:
|Specific funds and/or companies||---|
|Investment managers and/or basic portfolio composition (i.e. asset classes), but not specific funds or companies||---|
Does the institution engage in proxy voting?:
Are proxy voting records included in the snapshot of investment holdings?:
The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
The University Bylaws provide that one of the general powers of the Board of Trustees is to oversee the management of the University’s Endowment and investments. The Board has delegated endowment management responsibility to its Finance Committee.
The Finance Committee is responsible for approving and recommending to the Board general guidelines for the management of the University’s Endowment and investments.
Because sound endowment management policy suggests a clear separation between certain functions such as asset allocation decisions and the establishment of an endowment spending policy, the Finance Committee established an Investment Subcommittee, which has been vested with particular responsibilities related to the management of the University’s Endowment.
The Investment Subcommittee is broadly responsible for the fiduciary oversight of the Investment Office, recommending investment policy guidelines for the Endowment including asset allocation targets and ranges, and monitoring conformance.
The Investment Office is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the investment program, which includes hiring, monitoring and terminating investment managers.