LOGiQ Asset Management has appointed Colleen McMorrow and the Honourable Joe Oliver to its board of directors, effective 21 April 2017.
McMorrow (pictured) has also been appointed the chair of the board's audit committee.
McMorrow is an accomplished business professional who recently retired as partner from a 38-year career at Ernst and Young where she held a number of senior leadership positions.
She presently serves as a director on various boards and also participates in the capacity of chair of the Finance and Audit Committee for the Investment Management Corporation of Ontario board and as a member of the HR and Compensation Committee for the Exco Technologies board.
McMorrow is active in the community and serves on the board of the following not-for-profit organisations: Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation, PLAN International Canada, and NEXT Canada. McMorrow was named WXN's Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada, Trailblazer and Trendsetter 2015.
Oliver is the former Minister of Finance, Minister of Natural Resources and Minister Responsible for the GTA. While in government, he represented Canada at G7, G20, IMF and World Bank meetings of Finance Ministers and Governors of Central Banks. Previously, Oliver served as president and CEO of the Investment Dealers Association of Canada and founding president of the Mutual Fund Dealers Association. He also served as executive director of the Ontario Securities Commission.
"We are extremely pleased to be welcoming Colleen McMorrow and Joe Oliver to the board of directors. They bring with them a wealth of financial and capital markets experience that enhances the bench strength of the Board," says LOGiQ chair of the board Eldon Smith.
LOGiQ is a diversified asset management company with a suite of retail mutual funds, closed end funds, hedge funds and pooled funds, and also provides segregated institutional managed accounts and institutional advisory sales. LOGiQ has assets under management or advisement and institutional advisory sales-related fee earning arrangements that are not managed or advised, totalling approximately CAD4.8 billion.