Expansion of Resources for Segal Rogerscasey Canada
TORONTO -- October 24, 2012
John DeMairo, Chairman & CEO of Segal Rogerscasey Canada, has announced
several executive appointments in the firm’s Toronto office. In making these
announcements, Mr. DeMairo said, “These important organizational changes for
Segal Rogerscasey Canada reflect our plans to build our Canadian business for
the future. We are confident that we have aligned critical skills and subject
matter expertise within the organization, and we will continue to provide an
integrated and high level of support and service to our clients.”
Ruo Tan has been named President. Mr. Tan joined in 2010 as Senior Vice
President and since then he has focused on expanding investment research,
relationship management and client services. Prior to joining Segal
Rogerscasey Canada, Mr. Tan had many years of senior-level experience in
investment management with several large financial institutions in Canada. Mr.
Tan holds a Ph.D. in Operations Research from the University of Waterloo and
an MBA from McMaster University’s Michael G. DeGroote School of Business. He
holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, and is a registered Advisor
– Portfolio Manager across Canada. He was a registered Commodity Trading
Manager with the Ontario Security Commission (OSC) and was also registered
under the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (FINRA).
Kathleen Pabla has joined as Vice President and Director of Research. Ms.
Pabla has more than 20 years of experience in the Canadian investment
business. Most recently, she was Director of Investment Research and Analysis
in Investment Management Services for Manulife Financial in Toronto. Her
responsibilities included providing research and oversight of investments for
pension platform (defined contribution plans) services at Manulife. Prior to
that, Ms. Pabla had been Director of Investment Management Services at CIBC
Asset Management, Inc. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst and was previously
registered as a portfolio manager across Canada.
Nino Boezio has joined as Vice President, Portfolio Strategist and Consultant.
Mr. Boezio has over 25 years of experience in investment strategy and
research, portfolio advisory and governance, and pension and investment
consulting. Most recently, he worked in the managed products area for TD Bank
Group where he provided his expertise in asset allocation and
investment/insurance product review/oversight, in addition to business
development. Mr. Boezio previously has held positions at CIBC Asset
Management, KPMG, Mercer and Deloitte & Touche. Mr. Boezio is a Chartered
Financial Analyst, a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and a
Fellow of the Society of Actuaries. He was also registered under FINRA and as
a portfolio manager with the OSC. At Segal Rogerscasey Canada, he is focusing
on portfolio management, investment consulting and new business development.
Mr. DeMairo also announced that Robert Mitchell and Bill Hutchison retired
from the firm during the summer after many decades of loyal and valuable
service. He noted, “We thank Bob and Bill for their contributions and
leadership to the organization including the establishment of Segal
Rogerscasey Canada, and wish them a happy and healthy retirement.”
Segal Rogerscasey Canada (www.segalrc.com/canada) is an investment solutions
firm serving institutional asset owners, financial services firms and sponsors
of employee benefit plans for more than 40 years. Working with clients
throughout Canada, the firm provides a full array of services, including
investment advisory, proprietary evaluation technologies, experience-based
insight into the investment process and disciplined risk management, all
supported by a deep commitment to fundamental and strategic research. The
firm’s team of leading industry experts helps clients stay ahead of economic
trends, delivering insight toward achieving maximum results.
Segal Rogerscasey Canada
Mary L. Feldman, 212-251-5029
Senior Vice President, Public Affairs
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