Jeff Mindlin, Vice President of Investments, ASU Enterprise Partners
Jeff Mindlin serves as Vice President of Investments at ASU Enterprise Partners. In this capacity, Jeff is responsible for managing the Arizona State University Foundation for A New American University’s (ASUF) highly diversified investment assets to maximize long-term, risk adjusted returns. He provides critical support of the Investment Committee and oversight of the Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO) while also helping drive synergies within the other Enterprise Partner affiliates.
Jeff also oversees the university’s Education Technology Accelerator program, acts as a trustee to the retirement plan, and advises on the investment management of ASU’s operating funds. In addition, Jeff is a member of the TIAA-Nuveen Investment Council and serves on the Intentional Endowment Network’s Steering Committee. In the Fall, Jeff will lead a sustainable investment course through the ASU School of Sustainability.
Jeff previously served as Tower Square Investment Management’s Executive Director and Co-Chief Investment Officer where he was responsible for the portfolio management team and its efforts, including portfolio selection, trading, proprietary money management and product development. He co-chaired the investment committee, which oversaw more than $5billion in client assets. He served as Chief Investment Officer at First Allied Asset Management. Prior to joining First Allied, Mr. Mindlin was the Director of Research and Co-Portfolio Manager of Greenbook Investment Management, Inc., where he was instrumental in the design of sophisticated, proprietary investment strategies. Before that, he worked as the Assistant Portfolio Manager and Senior Financial Engineer for Pinnacle Investment Advisors, LLC, which operated a hedge fund and a series of managed accounts for institutional and high-net-worth clients, and sub-advised a publicly traded mutual fund. Previously, Mr. Mindlin was the Manager of Financial Engineering at Camelback Research, leading the development of several successful institutional-grade quantitative products, including the popular MSN Money StockScouter system.
Mr. Mindlin earned the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) designation. He obtained bachelor’s degrees in economics and in finance from the College of Business Honor’s Program at Arizona State University, where he also received the prestigious Moeur Award.