OCAD U congratulates Catherine "Kiki" Delaney

 

Monday, October 2, 2017 - 4:45pm

OCAD University congratulates Catherine "Kiki" Delaney, on being the second woman to be inducted into the Investment Industry Association of Canada's (IIAC) Hall of Fame. Founder and president of Toronto-based Delaney Capital Management Ltd., Delaney was OCAD U’s third Chancellor who served two terms, from 2011 to 2017.

In 2006, Delaney was appointed a member of the Order of Canada, recognizing her both for being one of the first women in Canada to launch an investment-counselling firm and for her philanthropic and volunteer work.

Delaney launched Delaney Capital in 1992. The boutique investment firm serves high net-worth individuals and families, institutions and foundations. The firm's portfolio managers focus on North American equities and fixed-income securities, and its website extols the firm's research-driven, long-only investment strategy that assumes below-average risk. Delaney Capital's 20-person team serves about 270 client relationships and requires a minimum of $2 million in investible assets.

In addition to her work as Chancellor, Kiki and the Delaney Family Foundation have supported OCAD University for many years with numerous gifts and scholarships.

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OCAD University congratulates Catherine "Kiki" Delaney, on being the second woman to be inducted into the Investment Industry Association of Canada's (IIAC) Hall of Fame. Founder and president of Toronto-based Delaney Capital Management Ltd., Delaney was OCAD U’s third Chancellor who served two terms, from 2011 to 2017.
Monday, October 2, 2017 - 4:45pm

OCAD University congratulates Catherine "Kiki" Delaney, on being the second woman to be inducted into the Investment Industry Association of Canada's (IIAC) Hall of Fame. Founder and president of Toronto-based Delaney Capital Management Ltd., Delaney was OCAD U’s third Chancellor who served two terms, from 2011 to 2017.

In 2006, Delaney was appointed a member of the Order of Canada, recognizing her both for being one of the first women in Canada to launch an investment-counselling firm and for her philanthropic and volunteer work.

Delaney launched Delaney Capital in 1992. The boutique investment firm serves high net-worth individuals and families, institutions and foundations. The firm's portfolio managers focus on North American equities and fixed-income securities, and its website extols the firm's research-driven, long-only investment strategy that assumes below-average risk. Delaney Capital's 20-person team serves about 270 client relationships and requires a minimum of $2 million in investible assets.

In addition to her work as Chancellor, Kiki and the Delaney Family Foundation have supported OCAD University for many years with numerous gifts and scholarships.