OAKS, Pa., July 7, 2009 — An SEI (Nasdaq: SEIC) Quick Poll released today shows that nonprofit foundations and endowments are thoroughly evaluating their overall investment management process in response to continued market volatility. Nearly one-third (31 percent) of nonprofits currently using a consultant model for investment management said they are concerned about this approach and are looking into other options. Almost half (45 percent) of that group said they feel there should have been a higher level of proactive communication from the consultant during recent market turmoil. Nearly one-third (30 percent) of all polled said that defining investment management fiduciary responsibilities for trustees and investment consultants is a top priority.
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