Bob Doll was named chief investment officer of Crossmark Global Investments, a company spokeswoman confirmed.
The position is new. Mr. Doll will oversee the faith-based management firm's investment team and be responsible for growing and expanding its investment strategies, particularly its new actively managed strategies. He will also help Crossmark's clients construct their investment portfolios.
He will open a new office in Princeton, N.J., and report directly to Mike Kern, president and CEO of Crossmark. He will also work alongside Victoria Fernandez, chief market strategist.
Mr. Doll was chief equity strategist and senior portfolio manager at Nuveen Asset Management, and prior to joining Nuveen, he was chief equity strategist at BlackRock. His responsibilities at Nuveen were assumed by Scott Tonneson, who worked alongside Mr. Doll as co-portfolio manager on the strategies, a spokeswoman confirmed.
Crossmark has $5.7 billion in assets under management.