Area of ExpertiseFinance and capital markets
Tim Kiladze is a financial reporter and columnist for The Globe and Mail.
Tim joined the Globe in 2010 and initially wrote for Streetwise, a capital markets vertical, but now covers many facets of Bay Street and government finance. His current writing includes columns, profiles and features that explore investment trends, alleged frauds and power— who has it and who wants it.
Tim has been nominated for three National Newspaper Awards — for coverage of BlackBerry’s demise, the trouble with executive pay, and the collapse of Bridging Finance, a private debt lender that fooled Bay Street — and won two.
Tim also writes for Report on Business Magazine and his features have explored who killed Encana, the Canadian energy giant that used to rule Calgary, and Shopify’s misery once the pandemic bubble popped. Tim has been nominated for two national magazine awards, one for an investigation into Kevin O’Leary’s business history, and the other for the mess inside former mutual fund giant AGF. The latter won a silver medal.
Before joining the Globe, Tim worked in fixed income sales and trading at RBC Dominion Securities and investment banking at National Bank Financial.
Years in Journalism
Years at The Globe and Mail
Bachelor of Commerce, McGill University
Master of Science, Journalism, Columbia University
Honours & Awards
2021 National Newspaper Award - winner for business coverage;
2015 National Newspaper Award - finalist for business coverage;
2013 National Newspaper Award - winner for business coverage;
2015 National Magazine Awards - silver medalist for business features;
2012 National Magazine Awards - finalist for investigations.