View Financial Record
#
Year
Assets
Revenue
Grants In
Grants Out
Total Expenses
Link
12013$80,988,585$10,995,322$9,324,186$0$13,654,540View 990
22012$76,005,727$9,471,358$8,676,480$0$11,676,200View 990
32011$73,638,713$12,973,820$10,465,557$0$11,814,084View 990
42010$77,463,390$9,654,677$7,460,008$0$11,354,424View 990
52009$74,855,342$13,828,012$10,761,923$0$10,191,119View 990
62008$67,218,598$8,822,965$10,477,217$0$10,449,293View 990
72007$74,626,883$9,086,722$7,800,648$0$9,055,437View 990
82006$73,850,222$41,634,983$40,740,299$0$9,129,849View 990
92005$39,611,435$7,555,807$6,925,476$0$8,050,504View 990
102003$37,050,049$6,826,410$6,038,213$0$7,809,752View 990
112002$37,177,092$7,299,719$6,800,469$1,746,183$10,973,581View 990

18 transactions on record as a recipient.

Ordered By: Year (Newer to Older)

#
Donor
Recipient
Amount
Year
Link
1Smith Richardson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$200,0002012+
2Exxon MobilPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$105,0002012+
3Peter G. Peterson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$140,0002012+
4Smith Richardson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$150,0002011+
5Exxon MobilPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$50,0002011+
6Peter G. Peterson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$225,0002011+
7Exxon MobilPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$25,0002010+
8Peter G. Peterson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$250,0002010+
9Smith Richardson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$75,0002010+
10Exxon MobilPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$25,0002009+
11Peter G. Peterson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$50,0002009+
12Peter G. Peterson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$100,0002009+
13Smith Richardson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$300,0002009+
14Exxon MobilPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$25,0002008+
15Smith Richardson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$90,0002008+
16Exxon MobilPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$15,0002007+
17Smith Richardson FoundationPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$85,0002007+
18Exxon MobilPeter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics$15,0002006+
The transactions in Conservative Transparency are based on information reported by the donors and exclude 'dark money' raised by the recipients from unknown donors that are not in the database. For more information about our methodology, visit our about page.