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Investment Outsourcing Strategy Summit 2014

Event : Investment Outsourcing Strategy Summit 2014

Mon, 24/03/2014  
Conducted by : IIR USA
Contact : Jeneane Zeleznak

This is not an OCIO 101 event; it’s a deeper look at outsourcing.  The conference will focus on innovative strategies for restructuring the investment office to drive increased performance and cut costs.

This sessions delve into such topics as: endowments that spin out of the university umbrella and are now outsourced, functional outsourcing and which business lines make the most sense to turn over to third parties, making the RFP process more effective and efficient and when an OCIO relationship doesn’t work, how to move from one to another without taking a financial hit. 
 


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