The Church Investment Group welcomes Mark Green, CFA, to its Board of Directors. Mark, who is the former President of the Trinity Legacy Fund Trustees at Trinity Church Indianapolis, brings his extensive experience in investment management and ethical investment to Church Investment Group and the Episcopal endowments it serves.
“We are delighted that Mark Green has chosen to join the Board of Church Investment Group” said JoAnn Hanson, President and CEO of Church Investment Group (CIG). “In his role at Trinity Episcopal Church, Mark has already contributed substantially to aligning the missions of the parish with the generation of market-rate returns while protecting the corpus of Trinity Church’s investments.”
“It is an honor to be asked to join the Board of Church Investment Group,” said Greene. “They have an incredible mission and impressive leadership. CIG serves a critical role in making faith-based, goals-based and responsible investment strategies available to mainstream Episcopal churches. Working alongside CIG at Trinity has been some of the most gratifying professional experience of my career, and I look forward to my involvement going forward.”
At Oxford Financial Group, Mark served as Chief Investment Officer. He oversaw investment policies, asset allocations, portfolio construction, and manager selections for over $10 billion in assets for foundations, endowments, arts and educational organizations. He also invested in both traditional and alternative investment vehicles for clients.
Prior to Oxford, Mark was President and CIO of Okabena Investments where he directed their Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO) investment program and, at Fiduciary Counselling, where he developed alternative investment strategies.
Church Investment Group, a 501©3 non-profit, partners with Episcopal Endowments to align their investments with their values. With a focus on both strong returns and impact, CIG enables investors to achieve their financial performance objectives and preserve capital while acting as stewards of precious environmental and social resources.
CIG works with its Outsourced Chief Investment Officer, Brown Brothers Harriman, for daily management of investment assets through its customized portfolios for larger investors as well as its pooled Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Multi-Asset Fund and the Fossil-Fuel Free ESG Multi-Asset Fund.
Episcopal institutions interested in more information about full time investment management and aligning investments to support mission can contact JoAnn Hanson at email@example.com or by phone at 845-351-2671.