Albert joined Empire Life Investments Inc. in 2018 and a Senior Portfolio Manager. He is a member of the Investments Team providing investment management for segregated funds1 and mutual funds2.
He is the lead manager of the Empire Life Short Term High Income GIF3 and Empire Life Strategic Corporate Bond GIF3, and co-manager of the Empire Life Global Asset Allocation GIF3.
Albert has more than 16 years of investment management expertise with a proven background of investing in corporate credit across multiple industries globally. Prior to joining Empire Life he co-managed a fixed income portfolio at a leading global investment firm. Albert’s previous roles also included progressively senior positions within fixed income at both Canadian and U.S. institutions.
Albert holds a Masters of Financial Economics (MFE) and Bachelor of Commerce both from the University of Toronto.
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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