A difficult first quarter for the equity and fixed income markets may not be all bad news as we continue to progress through a challenging, but hopeful, 2022.
On April 26th, Fulton Bank hosted an interactive webinar focused on the economic and societal impacts of world events. View the recording here.
Keith Aleardi, Chief Investment Officer at Fulton Financial Advisers, looks back at 2021 and offers insight into the coming year.
It’s easy to find an investment advisor, but today’s church really needs a “fiduciary advisor” – an advisor that is legally obligated to act in the church’s best interest not the investment firm’s. Only one investment group knows and understands churches here in the mid-Atlantic. The Mid-Atlantic United Methodist Foundation is the first faith-based foundation to earn certification from the Center for Fiduciary Excellence. We exist to help churches thrive.
Well before we invest an organization’s money, we work together to identify and understand your church’s investment timeline, priorities and risk tolerance. Some churches are saving for capital improvements. Others are ready to build an endowment. Still others have specific ministry programs they are working to fund. We work with you before, during and after investments come through the door – we head down the path together to reach the financial goals that will secure your church’s bright future.