Kate Mostowyk, CFA, CFP
Vice President, Investment Counsellor
Areas of Focus
- Canadian Individuals & Families
- Canadian Foundations & Endowments
- Canadian Family Offices
Since joining Burgundy, Kate has focused on creating meaningful relationships with clients to help them achieve their financial goals. Burgundy’s investment philosophy is built on applying a long-term view and Kate applies this to both investment portfolios and her relationships with clients. Kate chose Burgundy because its teams are also built for the long term. She works every day with a group of passionate, smart, like-minded people who ensure that each client receives service tailored to his or her needs. Outside of the office, Kate maintains her relationship-first philosophy, spending time with her friends and family, travelling, pursuing fitness goals and enjoying the family cottage.
- Joined Burgundy in 2013
- Appointed a Vice President in 2022
- 10+ years of combined professional experience
- Experience includes positions at: Scotiabank, Hewlett Packard
- CFA charterholder
- Certified Financial Planner
- Honours Bachelor of Business Administration, Wilfrid Laurier University
Memberships and Community
- Member, CFA Society Toronto
- Member, CFA Institute
POSTS FROM THIS AUTHOR
Minerva | March 2023
With over 35 years of experience, Lisa Ritchie, CFA, has been an invaluable member of Burgundy Asset Management and the Women of Burgundy. Passionate about finance, problem solving, and helping others...
Minerva | March 2022
In June 2021, the Women of Burgundy Book Club hosted a conversation between Maria Konnikova, PhD. and author of “The Biggest Bluff” and Burgundy’s investment counsellors Meghan Moore, Kate Mosto...
The Journal | November 2021
After a decade of low inflation, the pandemic has reawakened investor fears around rapidly rising prices. Whether you are paying at the pump, shopping at the supermarket, or picking up...
Minerva | October 2019
The past 30 years have truly been a spectacular period to be invested in stocks. A US$10,000 investment in the S&P 500 Index at the end of 1988 would have grown...