Friday, January 29, 2010

Liquidity and Inflation an Increasing Concern for Nonprofit Investment Managers, Study Finds

SEI Investments Management Corp., a for-profit investment company, recently released the results of a survey of over 100 executives overseeing asset pools ranging from $25 million to more than a $1 billion.  Among the survey's findings was that more than 95 percent of the respondents said maintaining liquidity and ensuring inflation protection are now a priority.  The survey also found that most of the respondents continue to invest significantly in alternative investments, although given that a major portion of SEI's business it to provide avenues to such investments these findings should be scrutinized carefully.

LHM

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