Nonprofit organizations are increasingly eyeing global investments as a way to hedge against the market's current volatility, according to the results of a quick poll released by SEI.

The firm surveyed 86 executives and investment committee members from U.S. nonprofit organizations, whose assets range from $25 million to over $1 billion. The survey found that over 90% of those polled felt that increasing diversification was "the key to controlling current volatility.”

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