Victory Variable Insurance Funds is a firm that provides investment management to nonprofit clients. They primarily provide their services regionally, with most clients in New York (although they are present in other states as well).
Most Victory Variable Insurance Funds clients are outpatient health care practitioners and facilities, individual and family services, child and youth services, vocational rehabilitation services, and civic and social organizations with revenues ranging from $14 million to $111 million.
|1||Annie E Casey Foundation (AECF)||501(c)(3)||Baltimore, MD|
|2||Adapt Community Network||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|3||US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI)||501(c)(3)||Arlington, VA|
|4||Wheeler Clinic||501(c)(3)||Plainville, CT|
|5||New York Road Runners||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|6||Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT)||501(c)(3)||Chicago, IL|
|7||Alameda County Community Food Bank||501(c)(3)||Oakland, CA|
|9||Childrens Home Society of California||501(c)(3)||Los Angeles, CA|
|10||College of Mt St Vincent (CMSV)||501(c)(3)||Bronx, NY|
|...||and 113 more Victory Variable Insurance Funds not-for-profit tax-exempt clients identified by Cause IQ|
Competitors to Victory Variable Insurance Funds in the nonprofit sector include MFS Fund Distributors, Inc., Allianz Global Investors Distributo, American Funds Service Company, Ropes and Gray LLP, Sei Investments, Oppenheimer Funds, Manning and Napier, M&T Bank, Goldman Sachs and Company, and Comerica Bank.
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