endowment fund

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Synonyms for endowment fund

the capital that provides income for an institution

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TPL also received a $1,000 check from the Troy Womens Association, which grew the Endowment Fund total to more than $60,000.
Other provisions of ASU 2016-14 may affect both the balances of the different classes of net assets and those of endowment funds.
On the occasion, Professors Dr Saeed Akhtar, Dr Shukat Malik and Dr Seema Mahmood briefed the VC over expansion of Endowment funds, while Dr Ashraf Khan submitted details about conducting ceremonies in the university on August 14.
As world experience has shown, endowment funds are dynamic method for formation and utilization of finance resources.
Harvard University has an endowment fund worth billions of dollars," he added.
Later on when all of the local hospitals became part of South Glamorgan Health Authority I believe that most if not all individual endowment funds were merged under the management of Mr Seth Lake (a solicitor) as chairman of this endowment fund.
THE Community Foundation in Wales has announced a significant increase in its endowment fund and grant provision for the fifth year in a row.
FAS 117-1, "Endowments of Not-for-Profit Organizations: Net Asset Classifications of Funds Subject an Enacted Version of the Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act (UPMIFA), and Enhanced Disclosures for All Endowment Funds.
She also noted that universities with large endowment funds should be tapping them to keep tuition more affordable.
Sentinel provides real estate investment advisory services to 60 institutional clients, including public funds, corporate funds, Taft-Hartley pension plans, profit sharing plans and endowment funds.
Endowment funds, from which only the interest accrued is used, provide additional programming, including more expensive performers or stage accouterments.
The problem is compounded when a community experiences excessive expenses and its endowment funds are hammered by poor stock market performance.
Schools have realized that endowment funds provide for their long-term stability;" said Ken Hoppe, acting vice president of operations for the two-year college that was founded in 1964.
Currently, the AKAs have recommended $300,000 in programming and fund grants and have $200,000 in endowment funds, explains Crenshaw.
In response to the HarvardWatch report, entitled "Trading Truth: A Report on Harvard's Enron Entanglements," university spokesman Joe Wrinn said the Harvard Corporation did not participate in investment decisions by Highfields Capital, although the hedge fund, which manages about $2 billion of the school's endowment, was founded with $500 million of Harvard's endowment funds.