Bob Doll: My Life as a Christian, Investor, and Business Leader

Business for the Common Good 2020

With more than 30 years of investing experience, nationally known fund manager Bob Doll moved from being a steady, quiet witness to expressing his faith more visibly and vocally. God brought material and professional success along the way, but his Christian witness was not without cost. In this personal interview, Bob shares lessons God taught him about identity, control, and idolatry, as well as principles that shape his personal and organizational leadership today. You’ll also explore God’s broader purposes for business and its power to love and serve our neighbors.

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Robert Doll, CFA

Nuveen

Bob is a senior portfolio manager and chief equity strategist at Nuveen. Bob manages seven portfolios, including large caps and alternatives. He is a highly respected authority on the equities markets among investors, advisors and the media. As the author of widely followed weekly commentaries and annual market predictions, Bob provides ongoing, timely market perspectives. Prior to joining Nuveen, Bob held similar roles at other large asset management firms, including serving as chief equity strategist at BlackRock, president and chief investment officer of Merrill Lynch Investment Managers and chief investment officer of Oppenheimer Funds, Inc. Bob received a BS in accounting and a BA in economics from Lehigh University and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Certified Public Accountant and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation from the CFA® Institute.

Jeff Haanen

CEO & Executive Director

Jeff Haanen is the Founder of Denver Institute for Faith & Work and the 5280 Fellowship. He contributes to various magazines and publications, including Christianity Today. Jeff attends Littleton Christian Church with his wife and four daughters.

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On Friday, January 31, Denver Institute for Faith & Work hosted more than 300 guests from across the nation at “Business for the Common Good,” a one-day event for business leaders passionate about professional excellence and using their gifts and resources for lasting impact.

With more than six hours of expert teaching from industry leaders, Business for the Common Good On-Demand is valued at more than $250. To help others experience the gospel in business, please consider a tax-deductible donation to Denver Institute for Faith & Work. We are grateful  for your financial support.

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