The greater Cal State Fullerton campus community is benefiting as Titan Capital Management (TCM) – the applied stock and bond portfolio program of the College of Business and Economics – has donated nearly $80,000 of its real-funds investment returns to programs across campus addressing needs raised by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The investment program’s positive returns for the fiscal year are a testament to the prowess and hard work of the finance students who manage the portfolio, which typically supports the business college’s Tutoring Center and scholarships.
“I’m proud that we gave to different university programs outside of the business school in this very difficult time, and that we made the effort to more than double our distribution for the common good of the university,” says Jeff Van Harte ’80 (finance), chair and chief investment officer of Jackson Square Partners, founder of TCM and program advisor
Among the several university programs supported by the investment fund this year are the Center for Healthy Neighborhoods, the Center for Economic Education, the School of Nursing, President’s Scholars and Guardian Scholars, in addition to the typical Tutoring Center appropriation
Learn more about TCM’s giving during the COVID-19 pandemic in this CSUF News article.