As Australian not-for-profits face increasing funding challenges and market pressures, find out how they’re making their investments and workforces fit-for-purpose.
The unpredictable conditions of 2020 exposed vulnerabilities in almost all sectors across the globe. Particularly for not-for-profits, increasing funding and market pressures meant investors needed to quickly pivot their investment objectives and implement downside risk strategies.
Despite challenging environments, the question for not-for-profits is how to develop a portfolio that will not only withstand instability, but also incorporate investment strategies that will endure. When it comes to the workforce, it’s about taking a meaningful approach to the future of work and employee engagement.
In a COVID-normal world, now’s the time to take advantage of a brighter future – one that embraces disruption with open arms. Read our full report to see how not-for-profit investors are making their investments and workforces fit for purpose.
Gaining insights from 19 investors with total assets of AU $8 billion in the not-for-profit sector, this is a special edition survey for 2020/21. The results of this survey intends to provide valuable insights and uncover key trends influencing the sector - both investments and the workforce – in a post-pandemic world.
have heightened attention on ESG considerations in "COVID-normal" environment.
of respondents expect no change in spending levels in 2021 and beyond, though 56% expect it to be more difficult to obtain new funding and donations.
of E&F investors don’t expect to revise their investment objective in the next 12 months.
of E&Fs saw considerable or significant change in their ways of working as a result of COVID.
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