Bristol Gate Capital Partners – Building for the Future

TORONTO, May 1, 2018 /CNW/ – Bristol Gate Capital Partners, a leader in dividend growth investing, announced today that Reyer Barel, Co-Chief Investment Officer, will pursue his long-held career aspirations in academia.  He will be enrolling in a full time PhD program, an ambitious undertaking which we fully support.  Following a brief transition, it is expected that he will leave the firm in mid-May. Peter Simmie, CIO, will assume responsibility for the firm’s Data Science and Fundamental Research teams. Portfolio decisions will continue to be made by the firm’s Investment Committee.

We are pleased to announce that Izet Elmazi, CPA, CA, CFA has joined the firm as a Senior Portfolio Manager*. Izet was most recently at Goodman & Company Investment Counsel and previously had spent eight years with 1832 Asset Management (formerly Dynamic Funds). Izet has a B. Comm degree from the University of Toronto.

We are also pleased to welcome Katie Taylor CPA, CA as the firm’s Chief Compliance Officer*. Katie was in the same role with Burgundy Asset Management Ltd. for the past six years following a steady progression of roles in the firm’s finance and compliance areas. Katie has a B. Comm degree from Queen’s University.

Bristol Gate Capital Partners
Bristol Gate Capital Partners is an independent, employee-owned, Toronto-based investment management company serving individual and institutional clients. The firm uses predictive machine learning in combination with fundamental analysis to identify high quality companies that have the capacity and willingness to significantly increase their dividends in the year ahead. Bristol Gate currently manages $1.1 billion in AUA in a US Equity Strategy and a Canadian Equity strategy and recently launched ETFs following both strategies.
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Michael Capombassis,
President, Bristol Gate Capital Partners,
*Subject to regulatory approval


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