TORONTO - 14 March 2017 - 
On 28 March 2017, the winners of CFA Society Toronto’s Financial Journalism Awards will be announced at a reception. The event will also see the premiere of the Society’s 2016/2017 Media Contact Directory, a valuable resource for media looking for expert commentary on a number of financial subject matters. 

The Financial Journalism Awards recognizes the contributions of various Canadian based publications and journalists in helping consumers and advisors gain a better understanding of the investment profession. 

The three categories are Publication of the Year, Journalist of the Year, and the Spirit of the Future of Finance. The Spirit of the Future of Finance award launched in support of the Future of Finance, a global effort initiated by CFA Institute to shape a trustworthy, forward-thinking financial industry that better serves society.  

When: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 / 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm (cocktail reception and awards ceremony)

TMX Broadcast Centre, 130 King Street West, Toronto, ON 

Finalists for the Publication of the Year are: 

Advisor’s Edge
Bloomberg News; and 
MoneySense magazine.

Finalists for the Journalist of the Year are: 
Dan Bortolotti, MoneySense magazine
Maciej Onoszko, Bloomberg News; and
Melissa Shin, Advisor’s Edge

Finalists for The Spirit of the Future of Finance Award are: 
Smaller is Better Canada Hedge Funds Outperform Global Rivals, by Allison McNeely and Maciej Onoszko, Bloomberg News;
• TFSAs: The New Way to Invest Even More, by Dan Bortolotti and Julie Cazzin, MoneySense magazine; and 
How Banned IIROC & MFDA Advisors Can Still Sell Insurance, Melissa Shin, Advisor’s Edge

Congratulations to all who participated and for their hard work to make investor education both engaging and entertaining. 

Media Contact

Jonathan Mai 
CFA Society Toronto
Marketing & Communications Specialist 
Phone: (416) 366-5755 X 235
Twitter: @cfatoronto

About CFA Society Toronto
CFA Society Toronto is the world’s largest society of CFA® charterholders and is dedicated to supporting the professional and business development of 9,000 members. We provide our membership with a local perspective on a global designation through our member services, which include: educational programs, sponsored events, employment postings, quarterly newsletters and networking opportunities. A not-for-profit organization, CFA Society Toronto is affiliated with CFA Institute, the global body that administers the Chartered Financial Analyst® curriculum and sets voluntary, ethics-based performance-reporting standards for the investment industry. CFA Society Toronto’s members are leaders in ethics in the financial community. For more information, please refer to