Douglas A. Love: Chairman, NuWav Marketing, Inc.

Dr Love Holds a Ph.D. (Economics) from Columbia University (Noble foundation International and National Science Foundation Fellow), a MS (abd: Mathematical Statistics) and MBA (Finance) from New York University (Ford Foundation Fellow), and a BME (Industrial Engineering) from Cornell University (Athletic and McMullen Regional Scholarships).

In addition to his duties at IGF, Dr. Love is a chairman of the Investment Subcommittee of New Jersey Investment council for the state’s public pension funds. He remains president of Devonshire Capital Management, Inc., a private investment firm, President and CEO of Agincourt Ltd., a bermuda based NASD registered broker dealer and Senior Managing Director and CIO of Ryan Labs, Inc (New York), a fixed income research and asset management company. He has extensive expertise in financial engineering of fixed income products and derivatives, and in fixed income portfolio management. His investment industry experience includes acting as a director of fixed income portfolio management, and director of research.

Previously he was Senior Management Consultant at Arthur D. Little, Inc., (Cambridge Mass.), Managing Director of fixed income investing and options and futures strategies at Matrix Capital Management (Greenwich Conn.) and Vice President of BEA Associates (New York) covering equities, fixed income, and derivative strategies. He was the fonder and chairman of Buck Investment Services, Inc., a money manager search and selection firm where he also developed advanced performance analytics and asset / liability modeling technologies. He has been a consultant to the Pension Benefits Guarantee Corporation (PBGC), has participated in Financial Accounting Standards Board deliberations, and served as Chairman of the Employee Benefits Research Institute (EBRI) Technical Committee. He was also Project Manager for the Council of Economic Advisors for the White House and a member of the Grace Commission.

Dr. Love is a Registered Investment Advisor (SEC) and an NASD Principal and Broker Dealer. He currently serves on the advisory board of the Investment Management Institute. His Articles have appeared in the Journal of Finance, Institutional Investor, Barron’s Investing, Investment Management Review, Chief Financial Officer International, and the Georgia Law Review. He is co-Author of Yield Curve Dynamics, Probus 1997, Managing Pension Assets, McGraw Hill 1991; and Computers, Science and Management Dynamics, Financial Executives Institute 1965. His teaching activities have included acting as an adjunct professor at New York University and Rutgers Business schools, and is currently a visiting professor of Tianjin University of Finance and Economics.