David P. Nolan
Senior Investment Strategist
In his role as senior investment strategist, David serves as the chair of the Investment Strategy Committee and is responsible for oversight of all McKinley Carter investment programs. In addition, David serves as the specialist for our Risk Management Specialized Practice Group.
Licensing and Education
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Wake Forest University
- Series 7 and Series 66 Licenses (1979-84)
Accomplishments and Honors
Prior to McKinley Carter, David worked for BB&T Corp. and its predecessors, serving as senior vice president and portfolio manager in the Asset Management (RIA) division where he managed multiple public equity mutual funds. He also managed an equity common trust fund that transitioned into a public mutual fund (1993) for 24 years. In 2006, the fund was named a "Category King" by the Wall Street Journal due to its status as a "Lipper Leader” for consistent, long-term performance.
David has appeared on CNBC TV, Bloomberg TV and Bloomberg Radio and was featured twice in The Wall Street Transcript. He has been quoted in other media outlets, such as the Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Online, and Smart Money Online.
David has been active in his church since 1979. He currently serves on its Finance Committee and as a member of the board of trustees, having previously served as board president. David has also chaired the Fellowship and Recreation Committee, coached church league basketball for 41 years and chaired the Strategic Planning Committee, establishing a long-range vision for the church. He represents his church on the Charleston Church Recreation Association Board.
David serves on the Investment Subcommittee of the Presbytery of WV and is a member of the Investment Committee of the YWCA of Charleston. He is also a former board member of the Charleston Children’s Theatre and Daymark (serving at-risk youth).
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