Tim Nightingale
Tim Nightingale

Tim Nightingale Senior Wealth Stategist

Joined Northern Trust

1996

Education

  • California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo with a B.S. in Finance
  • Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington in Seattle honors graduate

Credentials

  • Series 7 (General Securities Representative)
  • Series 63 (Uniform Securities Agent State Law)

Expertise

Tim Nightingale is a Senior Vice President, member of the leadership team for Northern Trust in Santa Barbara, and has been with the company since 1996.

As a Wealth Strategist, Tim is responsible for attracting new clients by advising affluent individuals, families, business owners, private foundations and charitable organizations in the areas of comprehensive wealth management, complex private banking solutions and trust services, as well as coordinating a team of Northern Trust professionals that best suits each new client relationship.

Experience

Having previously spent time in both the private banking and investment management practices, he has extensive experience as a relationship manager, working closely with our clients to meet their various wealth management needs. For many years, he served as the Senior Banking Officer for the Santa Barbara region, a voting member on our West Region Credit Committee, and managed a team providing a variety of financing solutions for our clients with borrowing and other banking needs. Tim also served as a licensed representative for the Bank's family of proprietary mutual funds from 1998-2006, and as a Registered Principal from 2000-2005, responsible for management and compliance of the Northern Funds sales force in California and Washington.

Community Involvement

Tim currently serves as a board member for Dos Pueblos Little League, and as an advisory board member for the local chapter of The First Tee. For many years he served on the Board of Directors for the United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County, and as a Loan Review Committee member for the Small Business Loan Fund of Santa Barbara.