AGF is a Canadian based investment management firm that provides services for the institutions and individual persons. Initially he holds an Honours BA in Economics from the University of Toronto and he completed his Masters of Business Administration from INSTEAD in France. He holds responsibility and was a member in Toronto Society of Financial Analysts and also a Fellow of the Institute of Canadian Bankers. He also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
He also a chairman of the Canadian company and in 2006 he organized and invited the community of leaders across Canada together to contribute and support the Canadian military and their families in the work they do at home and abroad.
Career life at AGF
After completing his graduation in INSTEAD, he joined in Bank of Montreal (BMO), there he had responsibilities in international banking and then in corporate banking and for five years he was based in Toronto, later he resigned and left BMO and joined in AGF as an analyst working on the firm’s Japanese investment portfolios, and in 1989 he holds additional responsibilities for the Quebec and Eastern sales regions. In 1991, his responsibilities extended to improve and develop the AGF International Advisors Company Limited in Ireland and later he became Head of Sales and Marketing for AGF.
In later years, he was named as president and chief operating officer of AGF in 1997, after the three years he was promoted as chief executive officer in 2000 and again in 2006 he hold additional responsibilities and named as a chairman and chief executive officer of AGF.
His father C. Warren Goldring co-founded the AGF in 1957, Blake Goldring was born and raised in Toronto and he achieved lot of success there in his educational and carrier life. For Blake Goldring Toronto was his living state in USA, now he was living there with his wife and three daughters.
He was awarded for different achievements such as AISEC Canada’s Hall of Fame in 2003, later in 2007 he was awarded as the Person of Influence Award from the Canadian Investment Awards Gala and he got University of Toronto’s Arbour Award in 2009 etc.