Robert B. DeckerCFA, MBAAurion Capital Management, Toronto, Canada
Robert Decker is a Portfolio Manager responsible for the Equity team and products, including research, portfolio construction and trading. A founding partner, Bob is a member of Aurion Capital's Asset Mix Committee.
Prior to co-founding Aurion Capital, Bob managed Canadian Equities for a major Canadian pension fund for six years. Prior to that, Bob spent a decade managing equities for large Canadian investment and insurance companies.
Bob holds an MBA from York University and a BA (Economics) from the University of Western Ontario. He is a CFA Charterholder. He is Chair of National Fundraising and a board member for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada.
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Ned GoodmanBSc., MBA, CFAGoodman Investment Counsel Inc., Toronto, Canada
Widely recognized as one of Canada's most successful investment counsellors, Mr. Goodman has more than four decades of investment experience as a securities analyst, portfolio manager and senior executive. Mr. Goodman is the founder and benefactor of the Goodman Institute of Investment Management, a graduate school for investment management at Concordia University. He is also the Chancellor of Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario.
Mr. Goodman has a Bachelor of Science degree from McGill University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Toronto. He earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1967. In 1997, he was awarded a Doctorate of Laws, honoris causa, by Concordia University.
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Christine HoroyskiCFA, MBA, CAAurion Capital Management, Toronto, Canada
Christine Horoyski is responsible for Aurion Capital's Nominal Bond products, including core, corporate and specialized portfolios, as well as a US Short Term Credit portfolio. As chair of the Asset Mix Committee, she is responsible for qualitative & quantitative strategies used to manage overall asset allocations among various asset classes and within various geographic exposures. Christine joined Aurion Capital in 2003.
Christine has over 16 years of industry experience, including 10 years at a major life insurance company where she held various positions culminating in Vice President of Fixed Income. In this role, she was responsible for all aspects of managing the fi xed income portfolios on an active, total return basis, including bond duration, curve exposure and analysis of corporate positions held within the portfolios. All portfolios were managed on an active basis. Christine was also a key member of the asset mix committee, providing input and analysis on all aspects of the fi xed income markets.
Christine holds a BA (Economics) from the University of Western Ontario and an MBA from University of Windsor. She is a CFA Charterholder and a qualifi ed Chartered Accountant.
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Craig J. MacAdamCFA, BBAAurion Capital Management, Toronto, Canada
Craig MacAdam is a Portfolio Manager with the Equity team responsible for stock research, security recommendations, portfolio management and trading activities. Craig joined Aurion Capital in 1998.
Craig began his career in the investment industry working in the finance department of a leading Canadian automotive manufacturer.
Craig holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) from Bishop's University and is a CFA Charterholder.
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Greg A. TaylorCFA, BBAAurion Capital Management, Toronto, Canada
Greg Taylor is a Portfolio Manager with the Equity team responsible for stock research, security recommendations, portfolio management and trading activities. Greg joined Aurion Capital in 1999.
Prior to Aurion Capital, Greg began his career in the investment industry as part of the acquisition and disposition team of one of Canada’s largest real estate offices and retail property managers.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) from Bishop's University and is a CFA Charterholder.
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