Benjamin joined Investor Economics in 2014 and provides research and analysis with a focus on the distribution of financial services products.
Benjamin brings a diverse and accomplished background to his role, having completed an undergraduate degree in Economics, a Master’s in Public Policy and a post-graduate certification in financial planning. Benjamin’s resume is replete with professional certifications, such as the Life License Qualification Program (LLQP), the Conduct and Practices Handbook (CPH) course, the Wealth Management Essentials (WME) course and the Canadian Securities Course (CSC).
Prior to joining Investor Economics, Benjamin gained experience as a financial advisor and a data analyst specializing in international trade.
Benjamin, who describes himself as a life-long learner, was drawn to Investor Economics for the opportunity to study the financial services industry inside and out. When not digging deeper into the data, he can often be found reading The Economist cover-to-cover, a bad habit he formed in university, or cheering on the Buffalo Bills football team.