Investment Governance for Trustees

Anodos develops and maintains an investment governance process for trustees so that their fiduciary duties are fulfilled.

What We Do

We develop policies, execute procedures, and maintain a compliance library for trustees.

Who We Help

We do this work for individual trustees, ERISA fiduciaries, foundation and endowment board members, and business managers.

How We're Different

Investment governance is all we do. We don’t manage money, sell insurance or accept referral fees. We don’t have a horse in the race.

Featured Articles


A Trustee’s duty to monitor the risk within the trust portfolio

Duty to Establish Risk Expectations:  Section 2(b) of the Uniform Prudent Investor Act directs that “A trustee's investment and management decisions respecting individual assets must be evaluated not in isolation...

A trustee’s duty to establish return objectives or “Don’t be a lemming”

Duty to Establish a Target Return:  Section 2(b) of the Uniform Prudent Investor Act directs, “A trustee's investment and management decisions… must be evaluated… as a part of...
If you dont know where you are going...

Trustee’s duty to develop an administrative plan or “If you don’t know where you are going you might end up somewhere else.”

Duty to Develop a Plan: Section 2(a) of the UPIA directs, “A trustee shall invest and manage trust assets as a prudent investor would, by considering the purposes,...