Northern Trust To Manage Investment Program For American Film Institute

Northern Trust announced today that it has been selected to provide investment services for the American Film Institute (AFI), a nonprofit educational arts organization. AFI preserves America's film heritage through the AFI Archive and AFI Catalog of Feature Films, honors film and television artists at annual programs and educates the next generation of artists at the AFI Conservatory, one of the leading film schools in the world.

"We are delighted that the American Film Institute has chosen us to provide investment advisory services," said Darius A. Gill, National Practice Executive, Northern Trust Foundation and Institutional Advisors Group. "The opportunity to serve an organization so integral to the preservation and advancement of such an iconic part of America's fabric is truly gratifying."

Northern Trust's Foundation & Institutional Advisors group serves nonprofit organizations through sophisticated investment management solutions, strategic insights and world-class resources. Northern Trust provides investment advice, asset servicing and related services to help nonprofit organizations achieve financial and philanthropic goals cost-effectively, collaborating with board and investment committee members to assist with investment oversight. More information about Northern Trust Foundation and Institutional Advisors can be found at

Northern Trust Wealth Management specializes in Goals Driven Wealth Management backed by innovative technology and a strong fiduciary heritage. Northern Trust Wealth Management is ranked among the top 10 U.S. wealth managers, with $242 billion in assets under management as of September 30, 2016, and a wide network of wealth management offices across the United States.

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