Burgundy Asset Management Overview

  • Service
  • Limited Partner Consultant
  • Founded
  • 1991
  • Employees
  • 51

Burgundy Asset Management General Information


Burgundy Asset Management is the global investment manager providing discretionary investment management for private clients, foundations, endowments, pensions and family offices. It is focused to protect and build the capital of the clients who are seeking superior long-term absolute returns versus short-term relative performance. It invests alongside its clients so that the firm's investment interests are directly aligned. The firm was founded in 1991 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

Contact Information

Year Founded
Service Provider Type
LP Consultants
Primary Office
  • Bay Wellington Tower, Brookfield Place
  • 181 Bay Street, Suite 4510, PO Box 778
  • Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3
  • Canada
+1 (416) 000-0000
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Burgundy Asset Management Investment Preferences

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Burgundy Asset Management Team (20)

Name Title Deals Office Contact
Tony Arrell Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Toronto, Canada
Richard Rooney President & Chief Investment Officer Toronto, Canada
Fayaz Suleman Chief Financial Officer & Vice President Toronto, Canada
Jennifer Dunsdon Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Toronto, Canada
Cathy Lin Chief Compliance Officer Toronto, Canada
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Burgundy Asset Management Board Members (1)

Name Representing Role Since
Tony Arrell Burgundy Asset Management Chairman & Chief Executive Officer 000 0000
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