Duane has over 30 years of experience in the investment industry, working closely with high-net-worth clients to earn their trust, address their unique needs and fulfill their expectations. Before joining his current firm, Connor Clark & Lunn Private Capital where he is an equity partner, Duane held senior roles in high-net-worth wealth management at a two boutique investment firms.
In addition to his Bachelor of Arts—Finance & Economics degree from the University of Western Ontario, Duane has earned the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM) designation.
Duane feels passionately about supporting his local community and currently serves on the Finance Committee of Ronald McDonald House Charities (National) and is a member and co-Founder of the Investment Committee of the Black Opportunity Fund. He has previously served on the foundation committee of Toronto’s Casey House and as a board member of the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research.
Duane enjoys keeping active and travelling around the world whenever he has the opportunity. He is also passionate about collecting Canadian contemporary art.