Eamonn Dolan
Faculty

Eamonn Dolan
Lecturer and 2016 Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence

Eamonn Dolan served as chief investment officer and managing director of CM Capital (CMC), managing diversified portfolios emphasizing alternative investments.  He was responsible for asset allocation, strategy formulation, manager selection, process design, and leading the investment team.

Before joining CMC, he was chief investment officer and managing director of Dresdner RCM Global Investors’ (DRCM’s) $19 billion global fixed income division. He was a partner of the firm and served on its Executive Committee.  He led DRCM’s fixed income investment team, chaired investment committees, developed portfolio strategies, and managed portfolios for pension, endowment and foundation clients.

Earlier in his career, Dolan managed fixed income and synthetic equity portfolios as vice president and portfolio manager at PIMCO. He led the firm’s analysis of U.S. monetary policy.

Dolan has served the UC Davis Foundation since 2006, including several terms as chair of the Finance and Investment Committee, member of the Executive Committee, and trustee. He and his colleagues developed, implemented, and continue to oversee an innovative approach to investing the foundation’s ≈ $400 million endowment portfolio. They also established guiding principles and new processes to strengthen the foundation’s finances.

Dolan earned his Master’s in Management from MIT, with a concentration in finance. He earned his B.S. in managerial economics from UC Davis. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a Chartered Investment Counselor.

In 2015, Dolan was honored with the UC Davis Aggie Service Award. In 2016, he was named the Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence for the UC Davis Graduate School of Management (GSM).

At the GSM, Dolan teaches Multi Asset Investing and serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council. He and his wife Kathleen established an endowed scholarship award that supports MBA students who have overcome significant financial hardships or other obstacles.