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.
- 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