About Fuller Investment Management Company

Fuller Investment Management Company is an independent SEC Registered Investment Advisor and a wholly owned subsidiary of The Fuller Foundation. The Fuller Foundation was founded in 1987 to provide support for Fuller Theological Seminary’s students, faculty, educational programs, and facilities. For more than thirty years, the foundation has played a key role in supporting Fuller and helping generous donors give to advance Fuller’s mission. Fuller Investment Management Company provides investment services on behalf of the Foundation. We manage the Fuller Endowment and help Fuller’s generous supporters reach their investment and giving goals.

Through earning superior risk-adjusted returns on the Fuller Endowment, we help to provide Fuller with the resources needed for professorships, teaching, research, lectureships, scholarships, fellowships, and library resources to achieve its mission. Our goal is to maintain the purchasing power of the Fuller Endowment’s assets in perpetuity while generating investment returns for Fuller’s current operational needs.

In managing our investors’ assets, we consider each investor’s investment objectives, including return expectations, risk tolerance, liquidity requirements, time horizon, tax considerations, unique needs and preferences, investment restrictions, and philanthropic goals. We offer risk-managed and diversified investment portfolios through traditional exposures, hedge funds, and our endowment model to meet our investors’ diverse investment needs. Our ability to offer multiple investment strategies recognizes that one type of investing does not fit the situation of every investor. For this reason, we maintain a firm commitment to understanding our investors’ financial and philanthropic goals.

We are proud of our ability to combine strong expertise in the investment industry with The Fuller Foundation’s decades of experience providing philanthropic services. This allows us to help Fuller and its supporters reach their investment and philanthropic goals with a unique investment approach.

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