Douglas McNeely

Douglas McNeely is a Senior Relationship Manager, responsible for building and enhancing Carlyle’s strategic relationships with the largest institutions in the U.S. across all segments and products. Mr. McNeely is based in New York.
Prior to joining Carlyle, Mr. McNeely was a Managing Director at Blackrock, and was the Head of the Blackrock Strategic Client Coverage Group, which was responsible for developing and maintaining strategic relationships with institutional investors, specifically public pension plans, corporate pension plans, family offices, and insurance companies. In addition, Mr. McNeely was the Co - Founder, and Investment Committee member of the BlackRock Impact Opportunities Fund, which was designed to invest in private markets opportunities within communities of color across the United States. Mr. McNeely also served as a member of the BlackRock Global Operating Committee.  
Prior to joining BlackRock in 2012, Mr. McNeely was President of the Commonfund Securities, Inc., where he was responsible for leading a 60-person sales force in covering over 1500 clients, overseeing business development affairs, broadening global investor base, and building Strategic Partnerships. He worked with a broad array of clients, including pension funds, endowments, foundations, family offices and select sovereign wealth funds. Previously, he was Managing Director at Morgan Stanley where he was responsible for the distribution of global asset management products and services to large institutional investors. Before then, Mr. McNeely founded Cameron Capital Management, an institutional quality hedge fund platform. Prior to founding Cameron Capital, Mr. McNeely spent 8 years at Goldman Sachs in Equities Sales and Trading as well as in Equities Management. Mr. McNeely began his career at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette in Equity Sales and Trading.
Mr. McNeely earned a B.A. degree in economics from Duke University in 1984 and was also a member of the Duke Men's Varsity Basketball Team (1980-1984) and Team Captain in 1984. He has formerly held a number of Trustee positions for non-profit organizations and currently serves as a Trustee of Duke University Perkins Library Board.