Doug stumbled upon value investing during the late 1990s tech boom. Benjamin Graham’s investment classics – Security Analysis and The Intelligent Investor – opened his eyes to a rational approach to investing and made an indelible impression on his views of the financial markets. Doug is currently responsible for Burgundy’s investments in U.S. large-cap equities. While the value philosophy is the foundation of his approach, he actively studies disruptive business theory to help understand the dynamic business environment in the U.S.

Burgundy Experience

  • Joined Burgundy in 2007
  • Appointed a Vice President in 2010
  • Previous roles include: U.S. small / mid-cap equity Investment Analyst, European equity Investment Analyst

Relevant Experience

  • 20+ years of combined professional experience
  • Experience includes positions at: Hamblin Watsa Investment Counsel (Fairfax Financial), Southeastern Asset Management, CIBC World Markets


  • CFA charterholder
  • MBA, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
  • Bachelor of Commerce, University of Saskatchewan

Memberships and Community

  • Board Member, Loran Scholars Foundation
  • Member, CFA Society Toronto
  • Member, CFA Institute


Valuations Still Matter

Valuations Still Matter

The Journal | November 2020

In this conversation, Doug Winslow, Vice President and Portfolio Manager of U.S. equities, looks back at what has been a roller coaster of a year so far. Alongside Vice...

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