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Bob Doll Named CIO of Faith-Based Boutique Firm

After a 41-year career, three months of retirement was apparently enough for Bob Doll. The former chief equity strategist at TIAA-owned Nuveen Asset Management, who retired in March, has been tapped by faith-based investment manager Crossmark Global Investments as its new chief investment officer. After four decades working at firms...
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Bob Doll Joins Faith-Based Investment Firm

Less than three months after announcing his retirement from Nuveen, Bob Doll is back to work. On Wednesday, faith-based investment management firm Crossmark Global Investments announced that it had hired Doll to work as the firm’s first chief investment officer. Doll, who was known for publishing weekly and annual market...
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Bob Doll joins Crossmark as chief investment officer

The veteran market strategist will lead the faith-based firm’s investment team and will be responsible for growing its investment offerings, specifically focusing on several new actively managed products. Financial services industry vet Bob Doll, formerly of Nuveen Asset Management and BlackRock Inc., has joined a faith-based boutique investment firm, Crossmark...
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Bob Doll Resurfaces at Crossmark Global Investments

Bob Doll, who retired from Nuveen in March as its chief equity strategist, has joined Crossmark Global Investments as the firm’s new chief investment officer. Doll, who has 42 years of experience in the asset management industry, is best known for his annual Ten Predictions for the financial market, which were released at the beginning of each new year and updated midyear, each time measuring what got right, wrong or partially correct.
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Bob Doll Resurfaces at Faith-Based Asset Manager

Bob Doll, former chief equity strategist and senior portfolio manager at Nuveen Asset Management, has come out of retirement again, this time joining faith-based investment management firm Crossmark Global Investments as chief investment officer. Doll, known for his bullish outlooks and annual list of 10 market predictions, will lead the...
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Former Nuveen Executive Bob Doll Finds CIO Role at Faith-Based AM

In March 2021, Bob Doll, the senior portfolio manager and chief equity analyst at Nuveen, announced his retirement. Doll worked in investment management for 42 years. Before Nuveen, Bob Doll was chief equity strategist at BlackRock. In June 2021, Bob Doll founded a new CIO job at Crossmark Global Investments,...
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Bob Doll Joins Crossmark As CIO

Influential financial strategist and thought leader Bob Doll has been appointed chief investment officer at Crossmark Global Investments, a faith-based investment management firm based in Houston. The appointment is part of Crossmark’s expansion plans. Doll will open a new Crossmark office in Princeton, N.J., and report directly to Crossmark CEO...
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Nuveen's Bob Doll to Retire

Nuveen Chief Equity Strategist and Senior Portfolio Manager Bob Doll, known for his bullish outlooks and annual list of 10 market predictions, is retiring this month after nearly a decade at the firm, according to a company spokesperson. Doll’s team manages $2.5 billion in assets under management across a number...
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Bob Doll to Retire From Nuveen

Bob Doll, the veteran stockpicker well known for his annual list of market predictions and frequent television appearances, is retiring from Nuveen. The asset management company, a unit of TIAA, disclosed Doll’s plans in an internal memo obtained by Barron’s Advisor. A spokesperson confirmed that he will leave later this month.
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Bob Doll: The U.S. Economy Is Looking At A Great Year

2021 will be a “great” year for the U.S. economy, predicted Bob Doll, senior portfolio manager and chief equity strategist at Nuveen. But it will only be a “good” year for the stock market, which has seen its ups and downs lately, Doll said today when he discussed his annual predictions for the New Year.