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ospital Colorado The Children’s Health System’s Hospital(“the Colorado Health Health System”) System’s (“the Health System”) mittee makes Investment strategicCommittee investments makes to protect strategic theinvestments to protect the ncipal (or corpus) endowment's and toprincipal produce (or investment corpus) and income to produce investment income perations and thatprograms is used foraligned operations withand yourprograms intent. aligned with your intent.

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alth. Child Reimagined. Health.Realized. Reimagined. Realized.

DR. TERRY FRY

DR. TERRY FRY

Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders Robert J. and Kathleen A. Clark Endowed Robert J. and Kathleen A. Clark Endowed Chair for Pediatric Cancer Therapeutics Chair for Pediatric Cancer Therapeutics


“We are, as a result of philanthropic support, one of the leading groups in implementing targeted therapy for childhood brain tumors. There is every reason to believe that this targeted therapy will be a revolution in care." DR. NICK FOREMAN

Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders Tanner Seebaum and Zachery Tschetter Chair in Neuro-Oncology


$137 million + University of Colorado and Children's Colorado combined child health research grants (as of 2018)

Children's Hospital Colorado has been Magnet-recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center for a third time, a designation only 3% of all hospitals achieve.

Commitment to Research The Children's Hospital Colorado Research Institute spearheads basic, clinical and outcome discoveries that drive the development of new medicines, devices, diagnostic approaches and other health care innovations. Our scientists, physicians and leadership have an ambitious strategic plan to expand the scope and quality of child health research in virtually every pediatric subspecialty on our campus.

Children's Hospital Colorado consistently ranks among the best pediatric hospitals in the nation. In 2018–19, based on clinical outcomes and peer reputation, we received high marks in all 10 ranked specialties, including five in the top 10.

Endowment Spending Policy Anschutz Medical Campus 13123 E. 16th Avenue, Box 045 Aurora, CO 80045 (720) 777 - 1700 ChildrensColoradoFoundation.org

The Health System makes distributions from the endowment to restricted accounts that are used to further the goals of each fund. These distributions must be used by the hospital in a manner consistent with the fund’s purpose and the donor’s intent. The spending policy for fully funded endowments specifies a distribution of 5% of the average market value of the endowment investments. Additional earnings beyond the distribution rate are returned to the principal to seek growth. The spending policy also dictates that distributions never allow the value of the endowment to fall below 80% of the principal to protect the corpus and ensure that the endowment—and the programs it fuels—continues to sustain the hospital into the future.

Endowment Management Endowment funds are invested in the Health System’s Long-Term Investment Pool (LTIP), which stood at $893 million in total assets as of December 31, 2018. Funds are invested in a diversified investment portfolio designed to maximize impact by generating the highest return possible for current efforts, while preserving principal to generate future income.


olorado has been Children's Hospital Colorado has been y the American Magnet-recognized by the American Center for aNurses third Credentialing Center for a third nly 3% of alltime, a designation only 3% of all Following a strong year in 2017, Following capital markets a strong proved year in challenging 2017,Following capital andmarkets volatile a strong proved throughout year in challenging 2017, 2018. capital While and markets volatile globalproved throughout challenging 2018. Wh and hospitals achieve.

Endowment Performance Endowment Performance Endowment Performance

equities and the fixed income markets equitiessuff andered the losses, fixed income Children's markets equities Hospital suff andered Colorado's the fi losses, xed income Long-Term Children's markets Investment Hospital suffered Colorado's Pool losses,Long-Term Children's Hosp Inves (LTIP) returned -4.6%. Longer-term (LTIP)investment returned -4.6%. resultsLonger-term reflect(LTIP) a consistent investment returned record -4.6%. results of growth Longer-term reflectasademonstrated consistent investment record by results the of growth reflectas a consis demon LTIP's 10-year annualized rate ofLTIP's return 10-year of 8.4%. annualized As always, rate theof LTIP's Investment return 10-year of 8.4%. Committee annualized As always, follows rate the ofInvestment areturn prudent of 8.4%. investment Committee As always, follows the Investm a prud policy, which seeks to generate policy, long-term which positive, seeks to risk-adjusted generatepolicy, long-term investment which positive, seeks performance to risk-adjusted generate through long-term investment diversifi positive, cation performance risk-adjusted and through invest div appropriate risk management. appropriate risk management. appropriate risk management.

olorado consistently Children's Hospital Colorado consistently t pediatric hospitals ranks among the best pediatric hospitals Endowment SummaryEndowment SummaryEndowment Summary –19, based onin the nation. In 2018–19, based on d peer reputation, clinical outcomes and peer reputation, Total LTIP rks in all 10 ranked we received high marks in all 10 rankedEndowment Endowment by Type 12/31/2018 by Type Endowment 12/31/2017 12/31/2018 by Type 12/31/2017 Assets12/31/2018 five in the top specialties, 10. including five in the top 10.

Tot 12/ A

$893,167,464 $893,

Board Designated Quasi-Endowments Board Designated $ 25,996,312 Quasi-Endowments Board $ 28,396,564 Designated $ 25,996,312 Quasi-Endowments $ 28,396,564 $ 25,996,312 $ 2 Donor-Restricted Endowments Donor-Restricted $146,093,149 Endowments Donor-Restricted $ 152,583,213 $146,093,149 Endowments $ 152,583,213 $146,093,149 $ 15 as of December 31, 2018 as of Dec Total Total $172,089,461 Total $ 180,979,777 $172,089,461 $ 180,979,777 $172,089,461 $ 18

Long-Term Investment Pool (LTIP)Investment Asset Allocation Long-Term Pool (LTIP)Investment Asset Allocation Pool (LTIP) Asset Allocat g ment Policy Spending PolicyLong-Term

As of December 31, 2018 As of December 31, 2018 he emendowment makes distributions to from the endowment to e unts goals that of are each used fund. to further the goals of each fund. al ons inmust a manner be used by the hospital in a manner or’s the fund’s intent.purpose and the donor’s intent.

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27%

of % the of the endowment average market value of the endowment 21% dditional istribution earnings rate are beyond the distribution rate are2% 2% principal to seek growth.

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As of December 31, 2018

z Domestic Equities 27% z International Equities 21% Return Absolute z 2% z Hedged Equity 4% z Fixed Income 9% 14%Equity z Private z Real Assets 10% 13% z Cash

$240,487,104 z Domestic Equities

$240,48 z Dom

$187,377,697 z International Equities

$187,37 z Inte

21% Return $126,348,954 Absolute

z $118,070,655 z Hedged Equity $ 83,551,135 z Fixed Income 14%Equity $ 78,108,297 z Private $ 38,500,276 z Real Assets 13% $ 20,723,346 z Cash

$126,34 z Abs

$118,07 z Hed

$ 83,55 z Fixe

$ 78,10 z Priv

$ 38,50 z Rea

$ 20,72 z Cas

ment ment Management

nds ystem’s are invested Long-Term in the Health System’s Long-Term lllion (LTIP), in total which assets stoodasat $893 million in total assets as , 2018.

Annualized Investment Annualized Performance Investment Annualized Performance Investment Performance

portfolio ted in a diversifi designed ed to investment portfolio designed tothe Period Ending December 31, For the Period Ending December 31, For 2018 For2018 the Period Ending December 31, 2018 ct urn bypossible generating for current the highest return possible for current 1 Year 3 Years 5 Years 110 Year Years 3 Years future eserving income. principal to generate future income. Children’s Hospital Colorado Health Children’s System Hospital LTIP Colorado Health Children’s System -4.55% Hospital LTIP Colorado 4.23% Health 3.36% System -4.55% 8.43% LTIP Policy Index* Policy Index* Policy Index* -3.37% 5.70% 4.79% -3.37% 8.90% Active Allocation Policy Index** Active Allocation Policy Index**Active Allocation -5.25%Policy3.70% Index** 2.87% -5.25% N/A

4.23% 5.70% 3.70%

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3.3 4.7 2.8

*The Policy Index is comprised of 40% S&P *The 500 Policy (U.S.Index LargeisCap comprised Equities); of 25% 40%MSCI S&P *The500 EAFE Policy (U.S. (Developed Index Large is Cap comprised Markets Equities); of Equities); 40% 25% S&P MSCI 25% 500 EAFE Treasury (U.S. (Developed Large BillsCap +5%; Markets Equities); 5% Equities); 25% MSCI 25% EAFE Trea Barclays U.S. Aggregate (Bonds); and 5%Barclays 91-Day Treasury U.S. Aggregate Bills. (Bonds); and 5%Barclays 91-Day Treasury U.S. Aggregate Bills. (Bonds); and 5% 91-Day Treasury Bills.

**The Active Allocation Policy Index consists **TheofActive a blend Allocation of indexes Policy weighted Indexto consists correspond **Theof Active a blend to Allocation theofbeginning indexes Policy weighted weighted Index to consists average correspond of ofaeach blend to asset the ofbeginning indexes class over weighted weighted time. toaverage correspond of ea The corresponding indexes employed areThe thecorresponding S&P 500, MSCIindexes EAFE, HFRX employed Hedged are The the Equity, corresponding S&PHFRX 500, MSCI Absolute indexes EAFE, Return, employed HFRXPreqin Hedged arePrivate the Equity, S&P Capital, HFRX 500, MSCI Absolute CPI, S&P EAFE, GSCI, Return, HFRX BofA Preqin HedgedPrivate Equity,Ca H Merrill Lynch U.S. Treasuries (1-3 Year) and Merrill 91-Day Lynch Treasury U.S. Treasuries Bills. (1-3 Year) and Merrill 91-Day Lynch Treasury U.S. Treasuries Bills. (1-3 Year) and 91-Day Treasury Bills.


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Children’s Hosp Colorado Healt Investment Com 2019 Regular Members

Steve Kris, Chair Conundrum Capital LLC Trustee, Children’s Hospita

Katherine (Katey) Driscol Community Volunteer Trustee, Children’s Hospita

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Peter Calamari Platte River Equity Trustee, Children’s Hospita

David Hanson Lynwood Capital Partners,

David W. Honeyfield Ultra Petroleum Corp. Treasurer, Children’s Hospi

John Ikard Retired Banking Executive Member, Children's Hospit

Tom McGonagle Black Creek Group Trustee, Children’s Hospita Scott Nycum J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Laura Wright OnePoint Past Chair, Children's Hosp Board of Trustees

7,104

7,697

8,954

Ex-Officio Members

0,655

Jennifer Roe Darling President and CEO, Childre

1,135

Katie Dugan Vice President, Children's H

8,297

Jeff Harrington Senior Vice President/Chie Children's Hospital Colo Trustee, Children's Hospita

0,276

3,346

Jena Hausmann President and CEO, Childre Cille B. and Ronald W. Willi Executive Leadership Trustee, Children’s Hospita

ears 10 Years

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ch asset class over time. pital, CPI, S&P GSCI, BofA

Fred Taylor Northstar Investment Advi Chair, Children's Hospital C Board of Trustees

Barth E. Whitham Enduring Resources, LLC Chair, Children's Hospital C


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Steve Kris, Chair Conundrum Capital LLC l Colorado Trustee, Foundation Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation

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Peter Calamari Platte River Equity l Colorado Trustee, Foundation Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation

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David Hanson Lynwood Capital Partners, Inc.

David W. Honeyfield Ultra Petroleum Corp. tal Colorado Treasurer, Board Children’s of Directors Hospital Colorado Board of Directors

John Ikard Retired Banking Executive al Colorado Member, Board Children's of Directors Hospital Colorado Board of Directors

Tom McGonagle Black Creek Group l Colorado Trustee, Foundation Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation

Oversight of the Oversight of the Oversight of the Scott Nycum Endowment’s Investments Endowment’s Investments Endowment’s Investments J.P. Morgan Private Bank

The volunteer-led Health SystemThe Investment volunteer-led Committee Health System The Investment volunteer-led Committee Health System Investment Committee Laura Wright OnePoint is comprised of members of the Children’s is comprised Hospital of members of the Children’s is comprised Hospital of members of the Children’s Hospital ital Colorado Past Chair, Foundation Children'sBoard Hospital Colorado and Foundation Colorado of Directors Colorado the Children’s Board Hospital of Directors andColorado the Children’s BoardHospital of Directors and the Children’s Hospital Board of Trustees

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