David L. Johnson, CFA

Executive Vice President, Separate Account Portfolio Manager
Industry experience: 52 years
Nicholas Company Tenure: 39 years

 

Dave Johnson joined Nicholas Company in 1980 as a portfolio manager for separately managed accounts. Dave is responsible for private client portfolios serving high net worth individuals, pension funds, foundations and endowments. He is a seasoned investment manager offering significant experience in guiding clients during challenging markets in pursuit of their financial objectives.

 

Dave started his career in 1967, after completing two years of military service, with the Milwaukee Company working as a research analyst and later as the portfolio manager for the Audax Fund, a small-company growth fund. He joined Heritage Investment Advisors in 1973, as a research analyst and private account portfolio manager.

 

Dave earned his B.B.A. and M.B.A. from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He has earned the right to use the CFA designation and is a member of the CFA Society Milwaukee.

 

 


 



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