ACCOUNT PERFORMANCE

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Return

ABOVE AVERAGE

Risk Level

AVERAGE

Charitable Equity Opportunities Account (CEO)

Minimum to open: $25,000

Account Summary

The Charitable Equity Opportunities Account (CEO) seeks better-than-average returns as compared to its benchmark. It is equally committed to providing ongoing charitable contributions to the account owner(s) preferred charity through donations made by the firm. The account spans different industries, sectors, and geographic opportunities, typically of large capitalization company stock and underlying investment-grade corporate bonds.

As the account does not operate as an index fund, but rather, an investment strategy based on the philanthropic activities of its core equity holdings, it should not be viewed as an indexed fund. Nevertheless, it is loosely benchmarked to the S&P 500 Index for comparative purposes only. The account maintains a buy-and-hold strategy, and seeks long-term capital appreciate through growth, and cash-flow through dividends and interest payments. The account does not support margin or options-trading capabilities.

Fund facts (CEO)

Asset ClassUS Equity
CategoryLarge Blend
Expense Ratio0.0%
Minimum investment$25,000 US
Account number010
Account advisorGalleon Wealth Management
3-year, time-weighted, annualized return15.51%
201614.18
201716.51
201815.84

CEO Account

S&P 500

Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Bond Index

Sector

  • Communication (4%)
  • Consumer Defensive (15%)
  • Energy (6%)
  • Financial Services (20%)
  • Healthcare (12%)
  • Technology (43%)

Industries

  • Banks — Global (8%)
  • Banks — Regional (4%)
  • Beverages — Softdrinks (4%)
  • Biotechnology(3%)
  • Capital Markets(7%)
  • Communication — Equipment(2%)
  • Confectioners(1%)
  • Discount Stores(7%)
  • Drug Manufacturer — Major(10%)
  • Grocery Stores(1%)
  • Internet Content(37%)
  • Oil & Gas — Integrated(6%)
  • Packaged Foods(2%)
  • Software Infrastructure(4%)
  • Telecommunications(3%)

Top 25 Holdings

CompanySymbol
AT&TT
Bank of AmericaBAC
Bristol-Myers SquibbBMY
ChevronCVX
Cisco SystemsCSCO
CitigroupC
Coca-ColaKO
Eli Lilly and CompanyLLY
ExxonMobilXOM
General MillsGIS
Gilead SciencesGILD
Goldman SachsGS
GoogleGOOG
JPMorgan ChaseJPM
KrogerKR
Merck & CompanyMRK
MicrosoftMSFT
Mondelez InternationalMDLZ
PepsiCoPEP
PfizerPFE
PNC Financial Services GroupPNC
TargetTGT
Verizon CommunicationsVZ
WalmartWMT
Wells FargoWFC

Account Minimums

Minimum to open: $25,000
Account AssetsAnnual Fee
$25,0000.9%
$50,0000.75%
$100,0000.5%
$1,000,000+0.25%

Donation Summary

The firm donates money to your favorite charity(s) annually. The amount that we donate is based on the total asset value of the account at the end of the calendar year (December 31).
Account Value (US)Our Donation
$25,000$125
$50,000$250
$100,000$375
$500,000$1,250
$1,000,000$2,500
>$1,000,000$2,500 + 10% of fee

Investment Style

LARGE GROWTH
Large
Medium
Small
    Value     Blend   Growth

Risk Level

AVERAGE

Return

ABOVE AVERAGE
Overview

Account Summary

The Charitable Equity Opportunities Account (CEO) seeks better-than-average returns as compared to its benchmark. It is equally committed to providing ongoing charitable contributions to the account owner(s) preferred charity through donations made by the firm. The account spans different industries, sectors, and geographic opportunities, typically of large capitalization company stock and underlying investment-grade corporate bonds.

As the account does not operate as an index fund, but rather, an investment strategy based on the philanthropic activities of its core equity holdings, it should not be viewed as an indexed fund. Nevertheless, it is loosely benchmarked to the S&P 500 Index for comparative purposes only. The account maintains a buy-and-hold strategy, and seeks long-term capital appreciate through growth, and cash-flow through dividends and interest payments. The account does not support margin or options-trading capabilities.

Fund facts (CEO)

Asset ClassUS Equity
CategoryLarge Blend
Expense Ratio0.0%
Minimum investment$25,000 US
Account number010
Account advisorGalleon Wealth Management
Performance
3-year, time-weighted, annualized return15.51%
201614.18
201716.51
201815.84

CEO Account

S&P 500

Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Bond Index

Portfolio & Composition

Sector

  • Communication (4%)
  • Consumer Defensive (15%)
  • Energy (6%)
  • Financial Services (20%)
  • Healthcare (12%)
  • Technology (43%)

Industries

  • Banks — Global (8%)
  • Banks — Regional (4%)
  • Beverages — Softdrinks (4%)
  • Biotechnology(3%)
  • Capital Markets(7%)
  • Communication — Equipment(2%)
  • Confectioners(1%)
  • Discount Stores(7%)
  • Drug Manufacturer — Major(10%)
  • Grocery Stores(1%)
  • Internet Content(37%)
  • Oil & Gas — Integrated(6%)
  • Packaged Foods(2%)
  • Software Infrastructure(4%)
  • Telecommunications(3%)

Top 25 Holdings

CompanySymbol
AT&TT
Bank of AmericaBAC
Bristol-Myers SquibbBMY
ChevronCVX
Cisco SystemsCSCO
CitigroupC
Coca-ColaKO
Eli Lilly and CompanyLLY
ExxonMobilXOM
General MillsGIS
Gilead SciencesGILD
Goldman SachsGS
GoogleGOOG
JPMorgan ChaseJPM
KrogerKR
Merck & CompanyMRK
MicrosoftMSFT
Mondelez InternationalMDLZ
PepsiCoPEP
PfizerPFE
PNC Financial Services GroupPNC
TargetTGT
Verizon CommunicationsVZ
WalmartWMT
Wells FargoWFC
Fees & Minimums

Account Minimums

Minimum to open: $25,000
Account AssetsAnnual Fee
$25,0000.9%
$50,0000.75%
$100,0000.5%
$1,000,000+0.25%
Donations

Donation Summary

The firm donates money to your favorite charity(s) annually. The amount that we donate is based on the total asset value of the account at the end of the calendar year (December 31).
Account Value (US)Our Donation
$25,000$125
$50,000$250
$100,000$375
$500,000$1,250
$1,000,000$2,500
>$1,000,000$2,500 + 10% of fee
Style

Investment Style

LARGE GROWTH
Large
Medium
Small
    Value     Blend   Growth

Risk Level

AVERAGE

Return

ABOVE AVERAGE

Account Summary

The Charitable Equity Opportunities Account (CEO) seeks better-than-average returns as compared to its benchmark. It is equally committed to providing ongoing charitable contributions to the account owner(s) preferred charity through donations made by the firm. The account spans different industries, sectors, and geographic opportunities, typically of large capitalization company stock and underlying investment-grade corporate bonds.

As the account does not operate as an index fund, but rather, an investment strategy based on the philanthropic activities of its core equity holdings, it should not be viewed as an indexed fund. Nevertheless, it is loosely benchmarked to the S&P 500 Index for comparative purposes only. The account maintains a buy-and-hold strategy, and seeks long-term capital appreciate through growth, and cash-flow through dividends and interest payments. The account does not support margin or options-trading capabilities.

Fund facts (CEO)

Asset ClassUS Equity
CategoryLarge Blend
Expense Ratio0.0%
Minimum investment$25,000 US
Account number010
Account advisorGalleon Wealth Management
3-year, time-weighted, annualized return15.51%
201614.18
201716.51
201815.84

CEO Account

S&P 500

Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Bond Index

Sector

  • Communication (4%)
  • Consumer Defensive (15%)
  • Energy (6%)
  • Financial Services (20%)
  • Healthcare (12%)
  • Technology (43%)

Industries

  • Banks — Global (8%)
  • Banks — Regional (4%)
  • Beverages — Softdrinks (4%)
  • Biotechnology(3%)
  • Capital Markets(7%)
  • Communication — Equipment(2%)
  • Confectioners(1%)
  • Discount Stores(7%)
  • Drug Manufacturer — Major(10%)
  • Grocery Stores(1%)
  • Internet Content(37%)
  • Oil & Gas — Integrated(6%)
  • Packaged Foods(2%)
  • Software Infrastructure(4%)
  • Telecommunications(3%)

Top 25 Holdings

CompanySymbol
AT&TT
Bank of AmericaBAC
Bristol-Myers SquibbBMY
ChevronCVX
Cisco SystemsCSCO
CitigroupC
Coca-ColaKO
Eli Lilly and CompanyLLY
ExxonMobilXOM
General MillsGIS
Gilead SciencesGILD
Goldman SachsGS
GoogleGOOG
JPMorgan ChaseJPM
KrogerKR
Merck & CompanyMRK
MicrosoftMSFT
Mondelez InternationalMDLZ
PepsiCoPEP
PfizerPFE
PNC Financial Services GroupPNC
TargetTGT
Verizon CommunicationsVZ
WalmartWMT
Wells FargoWFC

Account Minimums

Minimum to open: $25,000
Account AssetsAnnual Fee
$25,0000.9%
$50,0000.75%
$100,0000.5%
$1,000,000+0.25%

Donation Summary

The firm donates money to your favorite charity(s) annually. The amount that we donate is based on the total asset value of the account at the end of the calendar year (December 31).
Account Value (US)Our Donation
$25,000$125
$50,000$250
$100,000$375
$500,000$1,250
$1,000,000$2,500
>$1,000,000$2,500 + 10% of fee

Investment Style

LARGE GROWTH
Large
Medium
Small
    Value     Blend   Growth

Risk Level

AVERAGE

Return

ABOVE AVERAGE

Your Story is Your Legacy

The story that others will tell about you long after you are gone is the greatest legacy that you will leave to your family, to your friends, and to the world. It’s the longest-lasting legacy you will leave to your heirs. What will your story say about you?

Global Advisers Charitable Services

Interested in our services? Speak with a certified financial professional.

800-832-8514


Ext — 1110


Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Eastern time

Your Story is Your Legacy

The story that others will tell about you long after you are gone is the greatest legacy that you will leave to your family, to your friends, and to the world. It’s the longest-lasting legacy you will leave to your heirs. What will your story say about you?

Global Advisers Charitable Services

Interested in our services? Speak with a certified financial professional.

800-832-8514


Ext — 1110


Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Eastern time

1. See Brison, Gary P., Hood, Rudolph L., and Beebower, Gilbert L. (1986). “Determinants of Portfolio Performance,” Financial Analysts Journal vol. 42 (4), July/August pages 39-44 (reprint, 1995, Financial Analysts Journal 51 (1), pages 133-138, 50th Anniversary Issue). Gary P. Brinson, Brian D. Singer, and Gilbert L. Beebower, 1991, “Determinants of Portfolio Performance II: An Update,” Financial Analysts Journal 47 (3), pages 40-48; Roger G. Ibbotson and Paul D. Kaplan, 2000, “Does Asset Allocation Policy Explain 40, 90, or 100 Percent of Performance?”, Financial Analysts Journal 56 (1), pages 26-33.

2. The model portfolio’s asset class weightings may deviate from the sample allocation shown.

‡ Assumes equal dollar amounts of all securities held within the account between 01/01/2015 and 01/01/2018. Past performance does not indicate future performance or results.