BSc, MBA, CFA
CEO & CIO
Radin Capital Partners Inc.
Mr. Radin is Portfolio Manager for the IA Clarington Global Opportunities Fund, IA Clarington Global Opportunities Class, and IA Clarington Global Growth & Income Fund, totalling approximately $386.7 million in assets (as of December 31, 2015). Brad’s expertise is in the global equity category with a strong track record managing global small and mid-cap equity funds.
Brad began his investment career over 19 years ago and is well known in the Canadian investment community through his work with his previous firm’s global equity group which he joined in 1995. At that firm, he managed a fund that received two awards. Brad was Portfolio Manager for over 15 years, managing in excess of $5 billion in assets. Additionally, he managed global equity mandates for corporate and public pension plans. Brad’s track record aligns well with the global equity focus of the mandates he will assume.
Brad’s prior experience includes working in the Asian equity research department of Credit Suisse First Boston in Hong Kong, and as an account executive with Dentsu, Young & Rubicam. He has also worked in Taipei and Moscow.
Brad earned an HBA, a BSc in Biophysics, and an MBA with a concentration in Finance from the University of Western Ontario. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a member of the Toronto Society of Financial Analysts.
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