Nonprofit News Special Report: 2022 Traditional Investment Outlook

“Nonprofit News” checks in with nonprofit experts to gauge their expectations for the market’s outlook for the new year. Despite last year’s challenges, 2021 delivered strong performance. But the lasting impact of the pandemic, slowing economic growth, lingering supply chain issues and an inflationary environment have left investors with a cautious but positive outlook for 2022. Many are looking to de-risk their portfolios and to rebalance political allocations after colleges and universities recorded their highest returns in three decades.

“The United States has been, and we expect it always will be, the growth leader.” – MJ Bobyock, Nonprofit Advisory Director

The lasting impact of the pandemic raises concerns. Mary Jane Bobyock, director of the nonprofit advisory, says we expect positive returns going forward and above-average growth globally.

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Analyst recommendations on SEI INVESTMENTS COMPANY

Sales 2021 1,906 million

Net income 2021 539M

Net debt 2021

PER 2021 ratio 15.7x
2021 performance 1.29%
Capitalization 8,240 million
8,240 million
capi. / Sales 2021 4.32x
capi. / Sales 2022 4.14x
# of employees 3,976
Floating 83.1%


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