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 2019 Outlook: The Year Ahead – Part one

2019 Outlook: The Year Ahead – Part one

Is a recession imminent? AGF’s CEO and Chief Investment Officer Kevin McCreadie explains it’s an unlikely…

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post image ESG integration a top priority of investors

ESG integration a top priority of investors

Today, there’s never been more evidence that ESG integration is seen as a path to creating long-term value for shareholders while also contributing to a better environment, healthier communities and good corporate governance practices.

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post image After the midterms: Who wins, who loses, and gearing up for gridlock

After the midterms: Who wins, who loses, and gearing up for gridlock

Investors love certainty and Tuesday’s U.S. midterm elections delivered on a much-anticipated outcome: Congressional gridlock,…

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post image 3 outcomes to watch as U.S. midterms draw near

3 outcomes to watch as U.S. midterms draw near

Investors have turned their focus towards U.S. congressional mid-term elections, but with the vote just days away, the potential impact on markets remains difficult to call and may largely depend on one of a few different voting outcomes.

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post image Gains may be tougher as the bull runs into the late cycle

Gains may be tougher as the bull runs into the late cycle

The recent selloff in equity markets may not signal an immediate end to the bull run, in fact markets have largely seen positive returns this week, but further gains are only going to get harder to come by at this late stage in the cycle.

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post image Why the USMCA may lead to higher interest rates

Why the USMCA may lead to higher interest rates

Canadian investors may have one less headwind to worry about now that Canada, the U.S. and Mexico have shaken hands on a refurbished free trade agreement, but in the wake of the deal, the risk of future interest rate hikes has only become more real.

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post image History 101: U.S. mid-term elections and market rallies

History 101: U.S. mid-term elections and market rallies

Markets are already bracing for a shift in the balance of power in Washington and what it may mean for both domestic and foreign policy.

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post image Why trade tensions will keep investors on their toes

Why trade tensions will keep investors on their toes

Ongoing negotiations between the United States and its key trading partners will continue to play a big role in the direction of equity markets during the second half of 2018.

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post image AGF’s positioning for the quarter ahead

AGF’s positioning for the quarter ahead

Kevin McCreadie shares his thoughts on elevated volatility levels and trade tensions, as well as…

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post image AGF’s thoughts on the ongoing volatility

AGF’s thoughts on the ongoing volatility

After years of stubbornly low inflation across global markets, we are suddenly starting to see signs of this ticking higher, triggering a long-awaited selloff and a surge in volatility.

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