Malcolm has been an investment professional and portfolio manager for over 20 years beginning at Scudder, Stevens and Clark in Boston.
Malcolm moved to Providence, Rhode Island in 1996 to join the Providence Investment Advisory Group and later co-founded the Providence office for Baldwin Brothers in 1999, managing over $500 million in assets for high-net-worth individuals and institutions. In 2008 Malcolm joined Oppenheimer and Company as a managing director and portfolio manager and formed the Nulman/Chace Group. In each capacity, Malcolm was responsible for investment policy, asset allocation by way of custom tailoring portfolios, investment process and relationship management.
Malcolm graduated from Colby College with a BA in Economics and History in 1990.
Malcolm has been involved with various Not for Profit organizations over the span of his career in various capacities including: