The IEEE Investment Fund provides an opportunity for IEEE Units to pool funds together in order to provide benefits inherent in being a part of a large pool of funds.
The IEEE Investment Fund is only available to IEEE:
Please Note: The IEEE Investment Fund is not intended for use by individuals.
The Fund seeks to establish a balance between U.S. and Non-U.S. equities, as well as fixed income instruments that will provide long-term growth of capital, with increased emphasis on generating current income. The current asset allocation targets are:
The Investment Fund is structured to resemble a closed-end mutual fund.
The IEEE has established an Investment Committee of top investment professionals and consultants who meet with and oversee the performance of the managers. The duties and responsibilities of the Investment Committee, as outlined in its Charter, are to advise the IEEE Executive Committee on all investment-related matters, determine the strategic asset allocation of the Fund, develop appropriate investment guidelines and objectives, and to select the appropriate investment managers. The Investment Committee meets two times per year, at which time it reviews reports from the Investment Managers, as well as IEEE's independent performance measurement consultant.