Tom Bradley among 2022 Investment Industry Hall of Fame inductees

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Tom Bradley, who has written a column for the Financial Post since 2017, is one of three investment industry veterans to be honored

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Tom Bradley, co-founder of Steadyhand Investment Funds and former director of Phillips, Hager & North Investment Management Ltd., is inducted into the Canadian Securities Industry Hall of Fame.

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Bradley, who has written a column for the Financial Post since 2017, is one of three investment industry veterans honored by the Investment Industry Association of Canada (IIAC) this year, the organization announced this week.

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He will be inducted alongside Kim Shannon, founder and co-CIO of Sionna Investment Managers and Robert Bertram, former CIO of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, at a dinner Oct. 27 in Toronto.

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“I’m honored to join the Hall of Fame which has some of my most significant influences as members,” Bradley said.

The Hall of Fame was launched in 2013 to recognize outstanding achievement in the investment industry and currently has 55 members, including renowned investor Stephen Jarislowsky, former RBC CEO Gord Nixon and Bob Hager, one of Bradley’s mentors.

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