Guy came onboard in early 2006. He is an important member of the senior team at Investor Economics. Guy hails from Montreal. His first university degree, from the University of New Brunswick, was in biology. He started his professional life as a research biologist, and served as a research associate at the University of Toronto’s Forestry Faculty. We’re not sure if it was photosynthesis, but Guy soon saw the light and shifted to the world of finance. He earned an MBA in Finance from the University of Toronto and then moved into the real world, where he gained 15 years of broad and extensive research experience while working for two of the Big Six banks, a trust company, and a major financial planning organization.
It’s this multi-faceted background in financial services—encompassing retail banking, manufacturing, regulation and distribution—that, in conjunction with his exceptional analytical skills, makes Guy such a vital member of our team. He has made his presence felt in many ways. He is increasingly engaged in providing our clients with fact- and analytic-based recommendations on wealth business strategies focused on pricing, distribution, compensation and profitability. Away from the office, Guy is a devoted family man. His main accountabilities are homework helper, soccer coach and chauffeur. All things considered, he is quite a guy.
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