Philip Doyle

With more than 20 years of experience, Phil has seen that complexity and “innovation” in the financial world do not always benefit investors, and that over the long term, the consistent application of a simple philosophy can win out. Phil works closely with individuals, families, endowments, and foundations to implement Burgundy’s investment process on their behalf. He is also leading an effort to raise Burgundy’s profile with philanthropic and not-for-profit organizations. When he’s not in the office, Phil is actively involved in several boards and not-for-profit organizations in the areas of education and the performing arts.

Burgundy Experience

  • Joined Burgundy in 2014
  • Appointed a Vice President in 2018

Relevant Experience

  • 20+ years of combined professional experience
  • Experience includes positions at: Morneau Shepell, Artemis Investment Management, Citi Private Bank, CIBC Wealth Management, Boston Consulting Group

Education

  • CFA charterholder
  • Master of Arts (Philosophy, Politics and Economics), University of Oxford
  • Specialist Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy and Sociology), University of Toronto
  • Rhodes Scholar

Memberships and Community

  • Member, CFA Institute
  • Member, CFA Society Toronto
  • Secretary of Catholic School Parent Council

POSTS FROM THIS AUTHOR

Selling the Good with the Bad

Selling the Good with the Bad

The Journal | April 2018

One of our key beliefs at Burgundy is that owning the equity of high-quality businesses is the best way to preserve and grow wealth over the long run. This long-term ...

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Key Messages from Burgundy’s Conference Call

Key Messages from Burgundy’s Conference Call

The Journal | November 2017

Burgundy’s November conference call is becoming something of a pre-holiday tradition. This year’s call featured an update from Richard Rooney, our President and Chief Investment Officer, and comme...

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Why Own Bonds?

Why Own Bonds?

The Journal | May 2015

At Burgundy, we believe that the best way to grow wealth over the long run is to own the equity of great businesses. However, we still recommend that many of ...

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