Rogerscasey Brings New Managing Director on Board

May 10, 2011 ( - Rogerscasey has hired a Managing Director for the firm’s Canadian office.


The consultancy today announced that Claude Macorin has joined the organization as Managing Director of Rogerscasey Canada and will be primarily focused on servicing and developing the firm’s Canadian institutional business.

According to a press release, Macorin has over 20 years of investment-related experience, most recently as Managing Director, Investments at the University of Guelph’s Office of Investment Management where he was responsible for all aspects of the University’s pension and endowment investments, including investment policy, asset mix, risk management and manager searches/due diligence.

Prior to joining the University of Guelph, Macorin spent several years as a Portfolio Manager at McGill University, Pension Investments, responsible for managing a Canadian equity portfolio, real estate and private equity/infrastructure. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University and a postgraduate degree in Management from McGill University. He is a holder of the CFA Institute’s Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.

Robert Mitchell, President, Rogerscasey Canada, states, “We are excited to have someone of Claude’s caliber join our team. He brings a strong record of performance in addition to a deep understanding of the pension and endowment investment landscape.”

Macorin will be based in the firm’s Toronto office.

Rogerscasey describes itself as a “global investment solutions firm serving institutional asset owners and financial services firms for more than 40 years”.