David joined Empire Life Investments Inc. in 2019 as Portfolio Manager, Global Equities. He is a member of the Investment Team providing investment management for segregated funds1 and mutual funds2.
David is the lead manager of the Empire Life International Equity GIF3, manager of the Empire Life Global Dividend Growth GIF3, and co-manager of the Empire Life Global Sustainable Equity GIF3, Empire Life Global Equity GIF3and Empire Life Global Smaller Companies GIF3.
David has more than 10 years of investment industry experience, holding progressive roles at a Canadian independent wealth management firm. In addition to his role as Portfolio Manager where he focused on investing in international equities in all markets outside North America, he was also Director of Equity Research.
David holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from York University and an MBA from Wilfrid Laurier University. He is a CFA Charterholder.
1 Policies are issued by The Empire Life Insurance Company.
2 Empire Life Investments Inc. is the Manager of the Empire Life Mutual Funds. The units of the Funds are available only in those jurisdictions where they may be lawfully offered for sale and therein only by persons permitted to sell such units.
3This is the marketing name for the fund. The legal name excludes “Empire Life” and “GIF” and includes “Fund” at the end of the name.
Empire Life Investments Inc. is the Portfolio Manager of the Empire Life segregated funds.
Empire Life Investments Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Empire Life Insurance Company.
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