Nonprofit News: Outsourced CIO Adoption Expected to Grow Amongst Nonprofits

October 6, 2016

As Mary Jane Bobyock explains to Nonprofit News, nonprofits often look to outsource because the institutions lack resources

The adoption of the OCIO model has become increasingly popular for nonprofit and healthcare organizations over the past few years. In fact, over 1/3 of nonprofit and healthcare plans currently use the OCIO model1  and experts anticipate that figure will continue to rise.

    "The governance process is leading the charge." -- Mary Jane Babyock, Nonprofit Advisory Team

    In a recent Nonprofit News article, Mary Jane Bobyock explains why this model is particularly appealing for nonprofits, as it has been known to:

    • Reduce administrative burdens through an established governance process
    • Contribute to additional cost savings by aggregating assets of specific manager pools with the leveraging of power to reduce management fees
    • Incorporate different types of alternative asset classes with the goal of improving returns

    Download the Nonprofit News article

    See why outsourced CIO providers should look to the nonprofit sector to develop their businesses.