Trinity Wall Street: Matching money to a mandate

Trinity Church Wall Street is an Episcopal congregation, part of the world-wide Anglican Communion of churches affiliated with the Church of England, with a rich history rooted steps away from the financial capital of the world.

The parish was organized in 1696, received its charter in 1697, and was given 215 acres of land by Queen Anne in 1705. Thanks to that grant and centuries of good stewardship, Trinity Wall Street finished 2020 with $6.7 billion in net assets. Of those, $3.3 billion is the church’s real estate portfolio at current value and . . .

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Ann C. Logue

Ann Logue is a writer specializing in business and finance. Her most recent book is "The Complete Idiot’s Guide: Options Trading" (Alpha 2016). She lives in Chicago.

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