About Joe Quinlan

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Joseph Quinlan is managing director and chief market strategist at U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management. In this role, he oversees the development and implementation of investment strategies and solutions for the various channels of Bank of America’s Global Wealth & Investment Management division for U.S. Trust. Quinlan provides economic and market insights and executes the firm’s overall investment strategy, both domestically and globally, which is frequently cited in such media venues as Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and the Financial Times.

With nearly 20 years of financial services experience, Quinlan most recently served as a senior global economist/strategist for Morgan Stanley. He started his career with Merrill Lynch.

Quinlan lectures on finance and global economics at New York University, where he has been a faculty member since 1992. He regularly lectures at various universities around the world. In 1998 he was nominated as an Eisenhower Fellow. Presently he is a senior fellow at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University, Washington D.C., a senior fellow at the German Marshal Fund in Brussels, Belgium, and a fellow on U.S.-Asian Affairs at the Pacific Council on International Policy in Los Angles, California.

In 2006, the American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union awarded Quinlan the 2006 Transatlantic Business Award for his research on U.S.-Europe economic ties. In 2007 he was a recipient of the European-American Business Council Leadership award for his research on the transatlantic partnership and global economy.

Quinlan regularly debriefs policy makers and legislators on Capitol Hill on global trade and economic issues. He has testified before the European Parliament. He has served as a consultant to the U.S. Department of State, and presently serves as the U.S. representative (Economic Policy Committee) to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris, France, for the U.S. Council for International Business. He is also a board member of Fordham University’s Graduate School of Arts and Science and serves on Fordham University’s President Council.

He is the author, co-author or contributor to eleven books. He has published more than 125 articles on economics, trade and finance that have appeared in such venues as Foreign Affairs, the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal and Barron’s. He regularly appears on CNBC, as well as Bloomberg television, PBS and other media venues.

He has earned his B.A. in Political Science/International Affairs from Niagara University, and his M.A. in International Political Economics and Development from Fordham University.

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Why Timber and Farmland May Be Good Investments

Why Timber and Farmland May Be Good Investments

July 22, 2014 with

With the constant uncertainty in the global economy, it’s hard to figure out the best place to park your money; how to get the most out of your investment

Financial Advice for First-Time Investors, From Joe Quinlan

Financial Advice for First-Time Investors, From Joe Quinlan

January 21, 2014 with

Joe Quinlan briefs financial experts and policy makers for a living; now he’s offering the everyman financial tips so even you can start investing

U.S. Economy Is 'Most Nimble, Dynamic'

U.S. Economy Is ‘Most Nimble, Dynamic’

December 4, 2013 with

Financial pro praises entrepreneurial, flexible nature of American companies, many of which are ‘back in hiring mode’

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