A broadly diversified portfolio invested primarily in large capitalization common stock of US-headquartered corporations, this fund may also hold up to 10% of its portfolio in international stocks.

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Quantitative Management Associates

The broadly diversified portfolio, managed by Quantitative Management Associates (QMA) on behalf of UCF, is invested in common stocks of global corporations. QMA manages over $83 billion in assets for pension plans, endowments and foundations, and since 1975 has pioneered the use of advanced analytics to enhance the investment decision-making process.

State Street Global Advisors

State Street Global Advisors (SSgA) manages a passive, screened S&P 500 Index for the UCF. The portfolio is managed to replicate the S&P 500 Index but excludes those companies which do not pass the UCF’s Socially Responsible Investing screens. Founded in 1978 and headquartered in Boston, State Street manages over $2 trillion on behalf of corporations, endowments and foundations, pension funds, sovereign …
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UCF 2021 Shareholder Resolutions

On behalf of our clients, UCF works to encourage responsible corporate citizenship in the companies we invest in. One way we do this is by filling shareholder resolutions that bring up specific issues for vote by shareholders to help create a just world for all.

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UCF, alongside shareholder advocacy group, As You Sow, co-filed a shareholder resolution asking for more data on the effectiveness of American Express’s diversity and inclusion program. A strong 60% majority of shareholders voted in favor of the resolution at the recent annual general meeting.

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