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Remember Your Leaders

Ray Nixon Jr., Investment Manager at Nixon Capital, discusses how generosity is an invitation to participate in God’s redemption of all things.

Ray Nixon Jr
Ray Nixon is an Investment Manager at Nixon Capital. Before joining Nixon Capital in July 2019, Ray was the Executive Director and a Portfolio Manager at Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney & Strauss, LLC, a firm founded in 1979. Mr. Nixon joined BHMS in 1994 from Smith Barney, Inc., where he was a member of the firm's Investment Policy Committee and served as a lead stockbroker. During his over forty year investment career, he also served as a research analyst for the Teacher Retirement System of Texas. Mr. Nixon holds a BA & an MBA from the University of Texas & is a member of the McCombs Business School Hall of Fame. Mr. Nixon has served on committees, boards, and endowments, and has often participated as a speaker at the Great Investors Best Ideas conference held in Dallas. He has also served on numerous community boards including: Salvation Army, East West Ministries, Presbyterian Foundation, and Dallas Theological Seminary Foundation. Ray and his wife Denise have been married over forty years. They have four married children and twelve grandchildren. Ray and Denise have been recognized in the Dallas Community with the Flora and Other’s Award, an award bestowed to a couple who is extensively involved in community service and philanthropy in Dallas. The Other’s Award is the highest civilian honor of the Salvation Army.
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