Kevin McCreadie

Kevin McCreadie, CFA®, MBA

CEO and Chief Investment Officer

AGF Management Limited

In the role of CEO, Kevin McCreadie is responsible for the overall success of AGF, overseeing the firm’s mission, vision and strategic direction. He also leads AGF’s Executive Management Team and serves as its liaison with AGF’s Board of Directors. As CIO, Kevin provides direction and leadership to AGF’s investment management teams and leads the firm’s global institutional business. In carrying out these responsibilities, he leverages The Office of the CIO, a structure put in place in August 2018 that encourages collaboration and active accountability across AGF’s investment management teams and broader organization, capitalizing on the firm’s depth of talent while driving forward the teamwork that is necessary for the long-term success of its investment management.

Recent Articles from this contributor
post image What’s more important: A trade deal or rate cuts?

What’s more important: A trade deal or rate cuts?

Why one outcome may be more beneficial to markets than the other.

post image Asset allocation: What to do when stocks and bonds rally

Asset allocation: What to do when stocks and bonds rally

Kevin McCreadie, AGF’s CEO and chief investment officer, discusses ways to position a portfolio in the current market environment.

post image Why investors might feel like it’s the ‘90s again

Why investors might feel like it’s the ‘90s again

Some aspects of the current market environment harken back to the 1990s.

post image Priced for perfection

Priced for perfection

From trade deals to rate cuts: Why investors need to be cautious about market assumptions.

post image Asset allocation: Why some cash makes sense now

Asset allocation: Why some cash makes sense now

Kevin McCreadie, AGF’s CEO and chief investment officer, discusses ways to position a portfolio in…

post image Goldilocks or the big bad recession?

Goldilocks or the big bad recession?

Investors should not ignore economic fault lines in Europe, China and the U.S. despite the strong equity market rally so far this year.

post image Bring the noise, it’s the last month of the quarter

Bring the noise, it’s the last month of the quarter

Investors often find themselves in a “fundamentals” void in the final weeks of a quarter and become more focused on macro events making daily headlines.

post image Bracing for Brexit

Bracing for Brexit

What’s at stake for investors as the deadline looms for leaving the European Union.

post image I spy with my investor eye

I spy with my investor eye

5 ways to track the current state of markets and gauge the future direction of the economy.

post image A spectacular rebound, but reaching new stock market highs won’t be easy

A spectacular rebound, but reaching new stock market highs won’t be easy

Investors are right to feel whipsawed. Late December was ugly, followed by one of the…