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J. Anthony Boeckh
Chairman of the Board

 

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Tony became Chairman of the firm in June 2017. In the early 1960’s, he spent four years at The Bank of Canada working in monetary and economic analysis. From 1968 to 2002, Tony was Chairman, Chief Executive and Editor-in-chief of Montreal-based BCA Research (also known as The Bank Credit Analyst), which he built into a world renowned independent publisher of global macroeconomic research and investment advice. From 1968 to 1973, he also taught Economics and Finance at McGill University.  From 1985 to 1999, Tony was Chairman of Greydanus, Boeckh and Associates, which managed $2-billion in fixed income assets and was sold to Toronto-Dominion Bank. Tony authored The Great Reflation, which was published in 2010 and was ranked #1 on Amazon, as well as co-authored The Stock Market and Inflation, published by Dow Jones-Irwin in 1982. Together with his son Rob Boeckh, he was publisher and co-editor of the Boeckh Investment Letter from 2009-2013, a commentary focusing on current investment prospects. Tony is currently President of Boeckh Investments Inc., a family office, and Chair of the Graham Boeckh Foundation, a private family foundation established in honor of his son.  Through the Foundation, the Boeckh family provides funding for initiatives in the area of mental health and other related disciplines.  The Foundation’s work has expanded to support policy research and other initiatives designed to transform the mental health care system in Canada and improve the lives of those suffering from mental health problems. Tony is also a Board member of the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation in New York, and a founding trustee of the Fraser Institute in Vancouver, British Columbia, an economic “think tank” dedicated to free market principles. He is a former Chair of Brain Canada (Neuroscience Canada) and a former Director of the Mental Health Commission of Canada. Tony holds a PhD in Finance and Economics from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and a B. Com from the University of Toronto.