Areas of Expertise
- Investment strategy development for nonprofits
- Investment advisory services for nonprofit and endowment clients
Mary Jane Bobyock serves as Managing Director, Nonprofit Advisory Team for our Institutional Group, where she is responsible for overseeing strategic development and advisory services for our nonprofit and endowment clients within our OCIO program. She joined SEI in June 2012 with over 26 years of experience in the investments industry. She has extensive experience delivering custom solutions to institutional clients in the nonprofit community, including asset allocation analysis, spending studies, investment policy guidance, portfolio construction and, reporting best practices.
Prior to joining SEI, Mary Jane spent five years at Russell Investments as a Senior Client Executive, where she provided advisory and investment management services to nonprofit clients. Prior to that, she spent 17 years at Miller, Anderson & Sherrerd which was acquired during that time by Morgan Stanley Investment Management. While at Morgan Stanley, Mary Jane served most recently as Vice President for the Institutional Client Coverage Group.
Mary Jane earned her bachelor’s degree from Villanova University and her Master of Business Administration in finance from Temple University. She is a CFA Charterholder.
The trend of investment outsourcing, also known as OCIO, is increasingly popular, especially among the nonprofit marketplace.
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Recent Articles from Mary Jane Bobyock
The Importance of Your Governance Structure Amid COVID-19 Governance structure can lead to market repercussions, good or bad
3 Things Smart CIOs and IC Chairs Value These services can be easily overlooked when performance and fees are top of mind
RFP Best Practices The RFP process can seem overwhelming; we can help you get started
Q&A: An Inside Look at an OCIO Search Process from the Investment Committee Chair's Perspective A committee's decision process to begin an OCIO search
Investment Committee Make-Up: What it Means for your Governance Structure Investment committee (IC) turnover can be a challenge. How can you help ensure your IC members are best fit to meet your goals?
Coming Recession? 5 Qs to Ask Your OCIO. Hint: Can they withstand a market downturn? How your OCIO reacts to market volatility makes all the difference
Nonprofit Investment Management Survey Results Nonprofit committees continue to focus on their mission
Our Strategic Partnership with the ANA Nonprofit Federation Benefits You Reputable industry leader provides marketing and research for nonprofit donor marketing
Why Nonprofit Investment Committees are Going to OCIO Valuable resources, advice and infrastructure can improve investment committee impact and efficiency
Highlights from the 2019 Association of Governing Boards (AGB) A recap of the annual leadership forum