Ayrton Dick

An avid sailor, Ayrton can draw countless parallels to investing. He believes the most important is to know where you want to go, devise a thoughtful and realistic strategy and execute without regard for what others are doing. Ayrton was drawn to Burgundy because of their shared beliefs, particularly Burgundy’s time-tested recipe of quality and value. Currently, he is working with Burgundy’s clients in the U.S. to help them manage the unpredictability of capital markets in pursuit of their investment objectives.

Burgundy Experience

  • Joined Burgundy in 2012
  • Previous roles include: Canadian institutional client relationship management, Institutional Marketing

Relevant Experience

  • 5+ years of combined professional experience
  • Experience includes positions at: RBC Investor Services, BMO Financial Group

Education

  • CFA charterholder
  • Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Finance), University of Ottawa

Memberships and Community

  • Member, CFA Society Toronto
  • Member, CFA Institute

POSTS FROM THIS AUTHOR

Finding Solace in Discomfort

Finding Solace in Discomfort

The Journal | April 2015

Value investing is not supposed to feel good. It’s supposed to be uncomfortable, even painful at times. In certain parts of the cycle we will feel validated, but it ...

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Fear of Missing Out

Fear of Missing Out

The Journal | April 2014

With the recent proliferation of social media, a previously little-known psychological condition has become commonplace: Fear Of Missing Out, often abbreviated as FOMO. The Fear Of Missing Out is fair...

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Searching for Snowballs

Searching for Snowballs

The Journal | January 2014

At Burgundy, we employ a value approach to managing our clients’ wealth. However, value has a broad spectrum of styles, ranging from deep value through quality value. The deep value (...

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