How We Work With Endowments & Foundations:

Waycross Partners understands that, in order to be successful, Endowments and Foundations need to select managers that understand their unique needs. As such, we have built long only and long short equity solutions that give our Endowment and Foundation clients the advantage of targeting specific risk return metrics. 

For most of our Endowment and Foundation clients, long short equity plays an essential role in their portfolio due to the following advantages:

Downside Protection

The compounding effect of a down market, coupled with the need to take regular distributions, can create a significant performance drag for an endowment or foundation. With long short equity strategies geared towards reducing this risk, an allocation to long short equity could give your portfolio an advantage over the long term.

Reducing Volatility

Most endowments and foundations are looking for vehicles that can provide them with consistent returns year after year. With long short equity strategies designed to reduce volatility without sacrificing upside participation, this alternative asset class may be able to help your organization achieve its goals.

Curious if an allocation to Long Short Equity is right for your Foundation or Endowment? Contact us to find out more.
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