How Three Fund Managers are Faring in a Philanthropic Investment Challenge

Three fund managers are navigating an increasingly volatile backdrop in support of a greater cause.

The three are participating in an investment challenge to raise money for the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, which is a pioneer in treatments, technologies and programs for kids with a wide range of disabilities.

With $25,000 donated by their respective firms, each fund manager is investing that money on behalf of Holland Bloorview over the course of 2019, with all capital, investment gains and additional donations going to the hospital.

The three portfolio managers include: Aubrey Hearn, senior portfolio manager at Sentry Investments Inc., Sean McNulty, co-founder of XIB Financial Inc., and Alex Sasso, CEO of NCM Investments. Read the Entire Article


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