— Bishop Michael Curry
Quintin E. Primo III, CIG’s Chairman, on how CIG provides better, more efficient and responsible Investment Management for Episcopal Endowments.
The CIG Advantage
CIG helps Episcopal organizations to join together in shared faith and values while realizing the benefits of scale in investing. CIG’s Value-Add:
- A Full Time Chief Investment Officer (with over $20 Billion in assets) providing dedicated and independent staff to manage a valuation-oriented investment function across multiple asset classes, to help achieve spending policy goals and to enhance fiduciary comfort.
- Episcopal Leadership in generating comparable performance with Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) investment options.
- Benefits of Investing at Scale, including cost-effective management with fees based on CIG’s collective size and no conflicts of interest.
CIG uses an Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO). Through
this partnership, CIG is able to bring the strength of multi-billion-dollar
purchasing power and investment experience to work for Episcopal
Ethical Investing Approaches
Global events are moving the Episcopal Church – like many other thought-leading organizations – towards a greater climate and social consciousness. Church Investment Group’s focus on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing allows Episcopal endowments to earn comparable returns while bringing about fundamental and lasting change within the Church and the world we serve.
Addressing Climate Change through ESG Investing: Church Investment Group’s CEO, JoAnn Hanson, at the High Water Women Impact Investing Conference.
CIG makes investments in corporations that have sustainable environmental approaches, conscientious human rights policies, and good corporate governance practices while generating market competitive investment performance.