Investment Strategist, Rockefeller Capital Management
Mathew T. Klody, CFA is an Investment Strategist at Rockefeller Capital Management and an adjunct professor of finance at the University of Notre Dame.
Previously, he was a partner and Chief Investment Officer at Keebeck Wealth Management. Prior to joining Keebeck, Mathew was the Founder, Managing Partner and Portfolio Manager of MCN Capital Management, LLC, the advisor to a private long short investment partnership. Mathew was an analyst at Chicago-based Sheffield Asset Management, a long/short equity hedge fund from 2007-2012. From 2003-2007, Mathew was an Investment Analyst at the holding company of Alleghany Corporation (ticker “Y). Mr. Klody began his career at the Global Corporate and Investment Bank at Bank of America.
Mathew has been selected to speak at a number of industry events, including the Spring 2017 Grant’s Interest Rate Observer conference, Invest for Kids–Emerging Manager – Chicago (Fall of 2017), and the MOI Global – Best Ideas Conference (2018). He has served as a guest lecturer to the Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing, the Behavioral Finance and Applied Investment Management programs at the Mendoza College of Business. He serves as a member of the Parish Council at St. Joan of Arc Church in Lisle, IL.
Mathew graduated summa cum laude from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in finance and business economics. Mr. Klody is a Chartered Financial Analyst.