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Brian Nick joins TIAA Investments as chief investment strategist

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TIAA Global Asset Management has appointed of Brian Nick (pictured) as chief investment strategist for TIAA Investments.

Based in New York, Nick will work closely with the investment management team to analyse market data, identify trends and provide insights on events driving market activity.
“Brian is a welcome addition to our team. His experience and insight will be an integral part of our commitment to seeking positive long-term investment performance on behalf of our clients,” says Bill Riegel, chief investment officer at TIAA Investments. “The global market environment is becoming increasingly complex and Brian’s contributions will be instrumental as we strive to continue delivering the award-winning performance for which our firm has become known.”
In this role, Nick will share his perspectives on global market trends, equities and fixed income markets outlook, and other investment analysis, through presentations to individual and institutional investors.
Nick brings extensive knowledge of global macroeconomic conditions, capital markets, alternative investments and tactical asset allocation to TIAA Investments. His experience navigating challenging market cycles complements TIAA Global Asset Management’s existing strengths as one of the world’s largest asset managers.
Formerly with UBS Wealth Management Americas, Nick was head of tactical asset allocation and led the firm’s efforts in developing its tactical investment strategies and portfolio concepts. Prior to UBS, he was responsible for tactical asset allocation modelling and capital market assumptions as head of alternatives strategy and investment strategist at Barclays Wealth. He was also a markets analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
“I am excited to join TIAA Investments, which is known for its investment prowess, diverse asset class expertise and commitment to long-term investing,” says Nick. “I look forward to collaborating with my new colleagues and representing the team by communicating the firm’s views on a diverse range of market-related topics.”

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