Performance + Values
An Investment Philosophy Founded on Christian Values
Leverage GuideStone’s award-winning fund family to invest according to the values of your ministry.1
Bringing together values-based principles and a strong focus on risk-adjusted performance, GuideStone® is committed to providing you with a broad range of investment strategies to help meet the financial goals of your organization.
As the nation's largest faith-based mutual fund family2, GuideStone Funds® maintains a strict adherence to GuideStone’s faith-based investment policy. The unique combination of GuideStone’s scale and Christian core allows GuideStone Funds to offer investment options specifically tailored to the clients we serve — ministries focused on spreading the Gospel around the world. Our mission at GuideStone is to partner with you in a way that allows your ministry to thrive and we appreciate your interest in getting to know us better. Learn more about our investment industry recognition as a Lipper Fund Award Recipient from Refinitiv.
Active portfolio management via a manager-of-managers investment approach adds value over a full market cycle.
The GuideStone Investment Approach
GuideStone’s staff strives to provide investment solutions that allow our clients to invest their own time into the ministry to which they were called, not into investment management.
The investment philosophy of GuideStone Capital Management, adviser to the GuideStone Funds, is as follows: We believe attractive risk-adjusted returns can be achieved through a long-term, fundamental approach that identifies best-in-class managers and allocates capital among them — all while remaining committed to Christian values.
GuideStone leverages this investment philosophy to establish a disciplined, multi-step investment process.
Engaged Shareholder Advocacy
GuideStone seeks to influence how companies interact with their employees, customers and communities.
GuideStone partners with like-minded organizations to promote social change via responsible and sustainable business practices and a strong corporate culture of ethics. We have an ongoing letter writing and shareholder advocacy campaign that is designed to influence corporations for the greater good.
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