Jeffrey J. Strong, CFA

Senior Research Analyst and Portfolio Manager
Industry experience: 18 years
Nicholas Company Tenure: 3 years
Co-Portfolio Manager - Nicholas Fund, Inc.



Jeff joined Nicholas Company in April 2021 as a senior research analyst. Jeff was named co-portfolio manager of Nicholas Fund, Inc. effective July 2021. Jeff is focused on stocks of all market capitalizations with a particular emphasis on the information technology sector.

Prior to joining Nicholas Company, Jeff was a portfolio manager at the State of Wisconsin Investment Board, managing the Global Technology Portfolio for three years. Before that, Jeff was a research analyst for two years at Heartland Advisors, with primary emphasis on the technology, industrials and consumer sectors. Jeff started his career in investment management at BMO Asset Management, where he was a senior equity analyst for eight years on the BMO Small and Mid Cap Value Funds.

Jeff earned his B.B.A. and M.B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he participated in the Applied Security Analysis Program. He has also earned the right to use the CFA designation and is a member of the CFA Society Milwaukee.



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