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Som Seif is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Purpose, which he formed following the sale of Claymore Investments to BlackRock Inc. in March 2012. He is also the Co-Founder of WealthSimple Technologies Inc. Prior to Claymore Investments, Som was an investment banker with RBC Capital Markets. He has a strong commitment to community and is currently a member of the AGO Foundation Board, Next Canada Board, and the University of Torontos Pre-Campaign Committee, as well as its Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Advisory Committee.
Performance figures for each account are calculated using time weighted rate of returns on a daily basis. The Composite returns are calculated based on the asset-weighted monthly composite constituents based on beginning of month asset mix and include the reinvestment of all earnings as of the payment date. Composite returns are as follows:
Business News Network’s show “Business Day: AM” speaks with NWM’s Chairman & CEO, John Nicola, about Real Estate Limited Partnerships (RELPs) and how they work in high net worth investors’ portfolios. The discussion focuses on how RELPs differ from REITs and how they are designed for more sophisticated investors.