Canterbury Consulting Chairman Bob Cluck joined fellow University of California, Irvine Foundation trustees and Steve Borowski, president of Aristotle Capital Management, and Kristen Monson to speak on the implications of COVID-19 on the markets, asset allocations, and the non-profit world on November 19, 2020.
During this event, panelists examined how the coronavirus pandemic has affected institutions re-examining their asset allocation as they strive to meet their expected returns in the current market environment. The speakers reflected on the market environment of December 31, 2019, then described looking forward economically from where things stand today, considering politics, as well as what the Fed and fiscal policy implications might portend. The panelists also discussed how the pandemic has changed workspace needs and environmental, social, and governance (ESG).
Approximately 40 attendees attended this event hosted by UCI School of Social Sciences Dean Bill Maeur and the Dean’s Leadership Society. This event was a part of the Society’s Zoom Coffee Chats webinar series, which provides attendees the opportunity to hear an “insider’s perspective” on timely topics.