In our recent white paper, Investment Committees: More than the sum of their parts, we look at why some investment committees generate better investment outcomes than others. We examine what elements can make a committee successful, and discuss group dynamics that can systematically undermine an investment committee’s decision-making ability. In part 1 of our accompanying podcast series, senior consultants Chris Van Dyke, CFA, CAIA, and James Ellis, CFA, go even deeper, bringing their 35 years of collective experience working with committees to the discussion.
In this podcast, Chris and James provide their insights on investment committee makeup, decision-making, leadership, and more, with particular attention to those pitfalls that can trip investment committees up. Focusing in particular on investment committees of non-profit organizations, they provide insight and advice that can help foster effective committee decision-making. Look for part 2 of this series coming soon, in which we’ll dive deeper into discretionary versus traditional investment advisory services.
Listen to the podcast, Investment Committees: More than the sum of their parts, here: