Former Treasurer

Chris McNickle is the former treasurer of the American Historical Association. He was a member of the finance committee and chairman of the Investment Subcommittee responsible for managing the AHA Endowment.

He has been global head of institutional business for Fidelity International and managing director and head of the global investment management practice of Greenwich Associates serving on the Global Operating Committees of both firms. In previous roles he led the business strategy department at JP Morgan Investment Management and was a senior vice president at Prudential Retirement Services. He has over 20 years’ experience in the asset management industry.

Chris graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in economics and international relations, and he holds a PhD in United States history from the University of Chicago. He is author of To Be Mayor of New York: Ethnic Politics in the CityThe Power of the Mayor: David Dinkins 1990-1993 and the forthcoming Bloomberg: A Billionaire’s Ambition, as well as many articles on New York City politics. He has also published commentary on investment topics in the Financial TimesP&I, and other industry publications and has appeared on Bloomberg News, CNBC, and other business television programs. He holds the chartered financial analyst designation and is a member of the New York Society of Security Analysts.