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Work experience

Feb 1977Present

Managing Director

Graystone Consulting at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

Providing Investment Consulting Services to Institutional Clients and Family offices. Specializing in Asset Allocation Strategies, Asset manager Search and Alternative Investments.


Sep 1966Jun 1971


Purdue University


Ruffed Grouse Society, Peregrine Foundation, Ducks Unlimited, Safari Club


Hunting, Fishing, Skiing, Wine Collecting, Cooking

About Me

Norman Nabhan holds over 35 years of diverse professional experience in the financial services industry. Currently, he serves as Managing Director and Institutional Consulting Director for Graystone Consulting. With a branch in Houston, Texas, Graystone Consulting delivers a wide range of investment services. Its clients include health care organizations, family offices, local and state governments, and corporate retirement plans. Working closely with a diverse clientele, Norman Nabhan focuses on helping institutional investors achieve superior investment policies and asset allocation strategies. Prior to achieving his current position with Graystone Consulting, he served as Managing Director of Citigroup and held the position of National Director of Investment Consulting. As President of Citigroup Investment Advisory Services Inc., he oversaw the management of $8 billion of registered mutual funds. Norman Nabhan’s early professional experience includes work in the financial services industry while serving with E. F. Hutton & Co. in Chicago, Illinois, which subsequently merged into Smith Barney. Norman Nabhan earned his Bachelor of Arts from Purdue University. His additional training includes earning the designation of Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA), awarded by the Investment Management Consultants Association (IMCA) in conjunction with the Wharton School of Business. An active leader in the industry, Norman Nabhan has participated in numerous professional and charitable organizations, including the Center for Wealth and Philanthropy at Boston College and the Purdue University Endowment, and was the Past President of the Association of Professional Investment Consultants and Past Grand President of the Sigma Phi Epsilon National Fraternity. A longtime member of IMCA, he served on their Board for eight years and as President for two years. He is also a Past Chairman of the Certification Committee and is a Director Emeritus.

Groups and Organizations

Investment Management Consultants Association (IMCA), Director Emeritus Association of Professional Investment Consultants (APIC), Sigma Phi Epsilon National Fraternity, Investment Committee, International Wine and Food Society, Chaine Des Rotissueurs, Purdue University Endowment, Boston College Center on Wealth and Philanthropy