Published on February 26, 2014
Endowment Management Distribution Basics Jeff Sobers Senior Product Marketing Manager
Introduction to Endowments Blackbaud Confidential 3
Pop Quiz, Hot Shot Please Answer True or False • A university or other charity cannot spend from an endowment fund that is “underwater” (i.e. with a value below the value of the original gift(s)) • UMIFA was created to protect money in endowment funds; UPMIFA allows charities to spend whatever they want • UPMIFA changes donor intent • These statutes apply only when a university and donor have not reached some other agreement about the “rules” that will govern endowment spending Blackbaud Confidential 4
Common Endowment Myths • The university can only spend interest and dividends • Any capital gains (net of losses) must be maintained so that the endowment keeps pace with inflation • The money the donor gave, plus the capital gains, is restricted in perpetuity – the university can never spend it • The interest and dividends that the university can spend may be spent for any purpose within the tax-exempt mission of the university Blackbaud Confidential 5
Goals of the Endowment •Create an ongoing source of income •Enhance stability and prestige •Relieve pressure on the annual fund •Allow for program expansion •Provide independence •Offer flexibility for management •Build pipeline of future gifts •Encourage outright gifts Blackbaud Confidential 6
Benefits to the Donor •Perpetuate the donor’s values and priorities •Create a sense of immortality •Make significant investment in the future •Endow annual gifts •Provide incremental funding •Provide lifetime income •Alleviate management burden •Add-as-you-go Blackbaud Confidential 7
The Endowment Process Blackbaud Confidential 8
The Endowment Process Create Spend Fund Endowed Fund Invest Distribute Earn
Asset Allocation of Endowments Level One • Stocks • Bonds • Mutual Funds • Interest-bearing Accounts Level Two • Commodities Level Three • Private equity • Venture capital • Limited partnerships • Hedge funds Blackbaud Confidential 10
Revenue Generated •Interest •Dividends •Royalties •Realized Gains •Unrealized Gains Blackbaud Confidential 11
Income Distribution Methods •Proportional •Unitized
Proportional Distribution Example $5,000 investment earnings Earnings Endowment Balance D; 10,000; 10% C; 38,250; 38% A; 22,500; 23% B; 29,250; 29% D $500.00 10% C; $1,912.50; 38% A; $1,125.00; 23% B; $1,475.00; 29%
Other Considerations? •Investment Fees •Where is the Income Going?
Scenario Blackbaud Confidential 16
Balances 9300: $11,104,879.22 9301: $1,609,466.86 9302: $2,629,287.44 Balance held in short-term and long-term investment accounts
Income Interest: Dividends: Realized Gains: Unrealized Gains $10,000 $20,000 $50,000 $150,000 TOTAL INCOME $230,000
Fees Investment Manager • Fee varies based on ending balance of assets invested • At the current endowment balance, 0.027% of invested amount is charged as the investment fee
Donor Intent 9300 Earnings are unrestricted 9301 Earnings are used to provide scholarship for gifted students 9302 Earnings are used to fund overseas scholars program
Demonstration Blackbaud Confidential 21
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