Deutsche Investment Management Amer is a firm that provides investment management and commercial bank to nonprofit clients. They primarily provide their services regionally, with most clients in California and New York (although they are present in other states as well).
Most Deutsche Investment Management Amer clients are outpatient health care practitioners and facilities, residential intellectual and developmental disability facilities, civic and social organizations, and vocational rehabilitation services with revenues ranging from $12 million to $53 million.
|1||The Chicago Community Trust||501(c)(3)||Chicago, IL|
|2||Second Harvest Heartland||501(c)(3)||Brooklyn Park, MN|
|3||Young Adult Institute (YAI)||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|4||Forgotten Harvest||501(c)(3)||Oak Park, MI|
|5||American Committee and the Weizmann Institute of Science||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|7||Wheeler Clinic||501(c)(3)||Plainville, CT|
|8||US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI)||501(c)(3)||Arlington, VA|
|9||The Institutes of Applied Human Dynamics (IAHD)||501(c)(3)||Tarrytown, NY|
|10||Heartland Alliance for Human Needs and Rights||501(c)(3)||Chicago, IL|
|...||and 704 more Deutsche Investment Management Amer not-for-profit tax-exempt clients identified by Cause IQ|
Competitors to Deutsche Investment Management Amer in the nonprofit sector include Oppenheimer Funds, Inc., Pimco, JP Morgan Chase, US Bank, American Century Investment Managem, Capital Research and Management, Stancorp Financial Group, The Vanguard Group, Wells Fargo Bank, and Merrill Lynch.
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