Area of Expertise:
Business/Corporate Strategy, International Business, Banking and Financial Institutions, Finance/Investments
Political economy, private markets investments, real estate, economics and law, behavioral psychology, negotiation, family office management and strategy, wealth management
Fine art prints, particularly with period or political themes; contemporary art (American, German, Estonian); 20th Century American literature; beekeeping; hiking
CHARLES STUCKE, CFA, retired as the Chief Executive Officer of Lepercq de Neuflize Asset Management LLC in 2019. He currently provides strategic consulting services to a leading complex litigation firm, serves on the Board of Trustees of Webster University and The Wilson School, and lectures as a member of the faculty of the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to his role at Lepercq, Mr. Stucke served as the Chief Investment Officer and Co-Head of Guggenheim Investment Advisors, and as Executive Director of Morgan Stanley Alternative Investment Partners. Mr. Stucke has held executive, operating, and supervisory roles for businesses in New York, Chicago, Hong Kong, India, London, Philadelphia, Berlin, and St. Louis. Mr. Stucke holds a Master of Legal Studies from Washington University in St. Louis, a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University in New York, and an M.B.A. and A.B. from the University of Missouri. He lives with his family in Saint Louis, Missouri.