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Shivana is a Vice President in our Private Client Group in Toronto.
As a Vice President within the Private Client Group, Shivana is responsible for client relationship management, new client acquisition and marketing development at Barometer Capital Management.
Shivana brings over a decade of experience within the financial services industry. Her industry expertise encompasses accounting, finance, administration and working closely with high net worth clients.
Prior to her role as Vice President – Private Client Group, Shivana has had various industry positions including, Director of the Private Client Group at Barometer and fund administration roles with several institutions, including SEI Investments, CITCO Canada and CIBC Mellon.
In addition to obtaining her Chartered Professional Accountant designation (CPA, CMA), Shivana holds an Honours Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from the University of Guelph Humber. She currently serves as a member of the Program Advisory Committee for the Humber Finance Degree Program.
Latest Insights by Shivana Persaud
Good afternoon,In our continued effort to keep you updated regarding the markets and our portfolio positioning we have provided this summary for those who missed the update video from David Burrows last week. Additionally the video link can be found below (best...
Market Insights Diana Avigdor, Vice President, Portfolio Manager and Head of Trading at Barometer Capital Management, wrapping up the trading day on The Close, BNN Bloomberg
Diana Avigdor on BNN Bloomberg The Close | May 23
Barometer Global Macro Pool tops 1-Year and 5-Year Return Categories The Barometer Global Macro Pool took first place in not one, but two categories recently at the 2018 Canadian Hedge Fund Awards, the 11th year of this prestigious event. The Global Macro Pool led the...
An upward trend in the job quitting rate in the U.S. signals strength in the labour market. Why? In good times people are more likely to quit their jobs because getting a new job is generally easier. When the economy starts to weaken, employees recognize these signals...