Rachel Davies, CFA
Vice President, Investment Counsellor
Areas of Focus
- Individuals & Families in British Columbia, Alberta & Ontario
- Foundations & Endowments in British Columbia, Alberta & Ontario
- Family Offices in British Columbia, Alberta & Ontario
Analytical by nature, Rachel was attracted to the investment industry because of her interest in understanding the complex relationships between people, the economy and corporations. After 13 years on the investment management side of the business, she is excited to be able to share her experience and insight with our clients in Vancouver. Having witnessed the invariable ups and downs of the industry, Rachel is empathetic to the emotions investing can cause. She is passionate about ensuring her clients are comfortable with the investing process in order to help them achieve their long-term financial goals with peace of mind.
- Joined Burgundy in 2017
- Appointed a Vice President in 2020
- 15+ years of combined professional experience
- Experience includes positions at: 1832 Asset Management, AGF Investment Management, RBC Capital Markets
- CFA charterholder
- MBA, Schulich School of Business
- Honours Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry), Queen's University
Memberships and Community
- Member, Vancouver CFA Society
- Member, Toronto CFA Society
- Member, CFA Institute
POSTS FROM THIS AUTHOR
The Journal | August 2021
While opinions about China vary, one thing is certain – there is a lot of change taking place there. Now the world’s second-largest stock market, China has experienced a booming...
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...
The Journal | November 2018
An Interview With Richard Rooney. Burgundy’s investing approach takes time and patience. And, perhaps most importantly, it takes some original thinking, intensive research...
The Journal | August 2018
“The ship was the pride of the American side coming back from some mill in Wisconsin. As the big freighters go, it was bigger than most with a crew and...