Triumph Asset Management Inc. is an independent, partner-owned money management firm. Our flagship Fund, the Capital Appreciation Fund, has been designed to generate superior equity returns through an investment approach that combines experience with data and technology.
STEVEN TUCHNER | CEO, CIO & CCO
CIM, CPA, CA, MBA, BSc. (Mathematics)
25+ years of investment experience. Career highlights:
Head of Institutional Equity Sales & Trading, responsible for a liability book of $150MM at First Marathon/National Bank Financial
Research Analyst at CIBC World Markets
CLEMENT MESSERE |
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & CLIENT SERVICE
30+ years of business experience.
Founder and President of Pro Distribution
BONNIE BLOOMBERG | PM
20+ years of investment experience. Career Highlights:
Analyst, Portfolio Manager on Green Line Value Fund at TD Asset Management
Institutional Equity Salesperson, Vice President, Institutional Equity Sales at First Marathon/National Bank Financial
ORNELLA GUBIANI PARKER | COO
20+ years of financial services industry experience. Career highlights:
Senior Sales Assistant and Investment Advisor at First Marathon/National Bank Financial
Responsible for day to day operations and client service of the firm since its inception.
DATA DRIVEN, TECHNOLOGY POWERED
The volume and frequency of information has increased materially. Our technology allows us to continuously evaluate thousands of companies.
We aim to generate consistent long-term high rates of return irrespective of market performance.
No single attribute can explain all outperformance. Our multi-attribute portfolio enhances performance and provides consistency of returns.
We don’t believe in being 100% long all of the time. As such, our market exposure will fluctuate between 50%-100% based on market conditions.
TRIUMPH CAPITAL APPRECIATION FUND
Designed to generate superior equity returns through an investment approach that combines experience with data and technology.
The Fund is actively managed and can hold between 15-25 holdings on the long side and 0-10 holdings on the short side with a net long position ranging between 25%-100%.