Timothy Solberg

Timothy G Solberg and Professor of Practice in Finance and Director of the Corporate Finance & Investments Platform; Academic Director of the Business of the Arts PRogram

Timothy Solberg

Timothy Solberg

Chief Investment Officer of two mutual fund companies: The CNI Charter Funds, advised by City National Asset Management, City National Bank of Beverly Hills, CA (2005-2013), where he was Senior Vice President and Director & Assistant Secretary of the mutual fund Board. Also Chief Investment Officer of The American Hospital Association sponsored AHA Investment Funds, Chicago, advised by Hewitt Associates (1992-2000), where Solberg headed the Hospital Consulting Practice and founded the Healthcare Treasury Roundtable. Professor Solberg is a senior consultant to boards of trustees of endowments, foundations and retirement plans.

Solberg is a classically trained musician who has taught arts management courses at Columbia College of Chicago and Washington University in St. Louis with Olin Business School in conjunction with the Fox School of Design.

Area of Expertise

Economic Development, Health Economics, International Economics, Banking and Financial Institutions, Corporate Governance


  • MBA 1982, University of Chicago
  • BA 1975, Harvard University

Academic/Professional Activities

  • Member, Bretton Woods Committee, International Monetary Fund
  • Member, World Bank, Civil Society Organization
  • Board Member, Project Medishare for Haiti, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and Port-au-Prince
  • Other, CNI Charter Funds, Inc.
  • Other, American Hospital Association sponsored AHA Investment Funds


  • Quinnipiac Global Asset Management Education Portfolio Competition, Quinnipiac University, 2023
  • CFA Equity Challenge, Chartered Financial Analyst Society of St Louis, 2020
  • FIrst Place Masters Level Core Portfolio, Quinnipiac GLobal Asset Management Education portfolio competition, 2019
  • Difference Maker 100, TIAA, 2018
  • First place Quinnipiac Global Asset Management Education portfolio competition, Quinnipiac GAME Forum, 2018

Teaching Interests

Business of the Arts and arts organization management
Corporate Finance and Investments
Experiential Learning Practicums
Sustainable Investments/ESG
Investment Praxis
Coaching student teams in Investment Competitions

Research Interests

1. As a member of International Monetary Fund advisory group The Bretton Woods Committee, pursue interests in central bank activity and monetary policy role.
2. Member of World Bank Civil Social Forum, active in developing country health care through board membership in the field with Project Medishare for Haiti and previously with HEED Bangladesh. The finance practicum research consulting project developing a business plan for the hospital won the TIAA Difference Maker 100 Award from TIAA in fall semester 2018.

Personal Interests

Classically trained musician; enthusiastic supporter of art, theatre, fashion and performing arts.


Timothy Solberg