Russell Canada appoints new head of Canadian equities

IE Staff Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Thierry Vallée has been appointed portfolio manager, head of CanadianeEquities, with primary responsibility for Canadian equity and dividend portfolios, Russell Investments Canada Ltd. said Monday. “Thierry’s extensive experience in constructing and managing portfolios complements the existing expertise of our highly regarded investment team,” said David Feather, president & CEO, Russell Canada. Related news FSRA appoints new board member NEO, Invesco launch four index PTFs Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Franklin Templeton renames funds with new managers Vallée has 18 years of investment industry experience, with a strong background in equity strategy research and fund management, as well as multi-asset fund management. Before joining Russell, Vallée held a senior role at TD Asset Management, where he was responsible for generating investment insights and undertaking primary research into companies and industries. He has also been a managing director of portfolio strategy, overseeing U.S. and global asset-allocation programs, fund-of-funds portfolios and multi-manager wrap portfolios. In his new role, Vallée will be instrumental in the selection of asset strategies and managers for Russell’s Sovereign Program and LifePoints Portfolios, which provide investors with customized solutions for their investment goals. Vallée joined Russell Investments at the end of January. Keywords Fund managers,  Appointments read more

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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this week

first_img Toronto stock market dips on weakness in the energy and financials sectors Canadian Press > Housing The House of Commons finance committee hears witnesses on the Canadian real estate market and home ownership on Monday including Bank of Canada deputy governor Sylvain Leduc and CMHC chief executive Evan Siddall. > Poloz speech Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz gives a speech in Alberta on Tuesday on what is being described as “the art and science of making monetary policy.” He is also expected to take questions at a news conference. Related news Share this article and your comments with peers on social media S&P/TSX composite hits highest close since March on strength of financials sectorcenter_img Facebook LinkedIn Twitter TSX gets lift from financials, U.S. markets rise to highest since March Keywords Marketwatch > Economic report card Statistics Canada releases Tuesday its gross domestic product by industry results for November. The economy contracted by 0.3 per cent in October, the first decline in gross domestic product since May. > New Brunswick budget New Brunswick Finance Minister Cathy Rogers tables the province’s 2017-2018 operating budget on Tuesday. > Media conference The Canadian Media Producers Association holds its Prime Time in Ottawa conference starting Wednesday. The conference is expected to hear from CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais and Heritage Minister Melanie Joly.last_img read more

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