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Chris Van Dyke, CFA, CAIA

Senior Consultant, Principal

Chris Van Dyke’s client-first approach is based on over 20 years’ experience of serving clients with disparate needs and objectives. Communication and collaboration, combined with analytical rigor, are utilized for crafting tailored investment strategies that assist institutional investors in meeting their desired outcomes that will directly make their missions possible.

For more than eight years, Chris has served Arnerich Massena institutional clients with portfolio management, investment strategy development, fiduciary education, and governance support. His primary focus is on non-profit and committee-directed relationships; he brings a depth of knowledge of all aspects of crafting an investment program for private, public, and not-for-profit institutional investors.

Chris’s financial industry experience spans more than 20 years, during which he served as principal, director of manager research, and consultant at Pavilion Advisory Group and as assistant vice president and consultant at CTC Consulting, Inc.

Chris Van Dyke earned his Bachelor of Science in economics from the University of Oregon. He has earned his Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) designations and is a member of the CFA Society of Portland. He is an active speaker at industry events and has provided instruction for multiple universities and professional groups including Portland State University and CPWA courses at the Chicago Booth School of Business.

Chris has volunteered as an I AM Learning Partner in Arnerich Massena’s award-winning I AM Learning Partnership community service programs. He is also a member of the finance committee for Tuality Hospital Foundation.

Chris is an avid historian of global markets and is continuously immersing himself on subject matter related to behavioral finance and economics. He prides himself on his intellectual curiosity and firmly believes that effective communication and education result in better outcomes.