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The Bank of Canada’s governing council debates matters in private and then speaks with one voice. Dissenters from U.S. Fed policy often express their opinions publicly.
The Bank of Canada’s governing council debates matters in private and then speaks with one voice. Dissenters from U.S. Fed policy often express their opinions publicly.
(Sean Kilpatrick/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

A former BoC adviser is Fidelity’s newest portfolio manager

From Bay Street to Ottawa and back again.

That’s been the career path for David Wolf, who was just named Fidelity Investments Canada’s newest portfolio manager.

Mr. Wolf used to work on Bay Street, at both RBC Dominion Securities and Merrill Lynch Canada, but he left for Ottawa in 2009, where he served as adviser to former Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney.