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University of Cambridge Endowment

United Kingdom See AUM Table Origin: Endowment

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The Cambridge University Endowment Fund (CUEF) is a unitized fund consisting of a variety of assets including equities and investment property. Investors (departments) buy a number of units in the fund – the number purchased depends on the funds available and the unit valuation at the purchase date. This fund provides long-term capital growth plus a monthly distribution. Please note only funds being held for long term investment e.g. at least five years are suitable for investment in the CUEF because the capital value of this type of investment can go down as well as up, especially in the short term. The Treasury & Investments team must approve all investments.


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