Stephen H. Dulmage

President at Tradewin Group International

Stephen H. Dulmage

Stephen H. Dulmage

President at Tradewin Group International

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RBC Dominion Securities, Inc.
Tradewin Group International

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1359

Number of Boards

14

Birthday

1943

Age

78

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Chief Executive Officer at Xmet, Inc.

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Associate at The Institute of Canadian Bankers

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Director, President & Chief Executive Officer at The Mint Corp.

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Director at Damara Gold Corp.

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Chief Executive Officer, Secretary & Director at Orefinders Resources, Inc.

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Senior Partner at Schwartz Levitsky Feldman LLP

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Professional at Shakerhill Partners Ltd.

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Managing Director at IG Aviation Services Corp.

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Chartered Director at Institute of Corporate Directors

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Founding Partner at AlphaNorth Asset Management

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Stephen H. Dulmage
President at Tradewin Group International
Education
Undergraduate Degree
Class of 1964

McMaster University is a public research university located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The main campus is located on 121 hectares (300 acres) of land near the residential neighbourhoods of Ainslie Wood and Westdale, adjacent to Hamilton's Royal Botanical Gardens. McMaster was controlled by the Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec until it became a privately chartered, publicly funded non-denominational institution in 1957. The university is co-educational, and has over 25,000 undergraduate and over 4,000 post-graduate students

Memberships
Member
Current

Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants engages in the provision of accounting, auditing, tax, advisory, and professional services. The institute is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

Career History
President
Current
Chief Financial Officer & Director
Prior

RBC Dominion Securities, Inc. (RBCDS) is a Canadian broker/dealer headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. The firm was founded in 1901 and they are a subsidiary of Royal Bank of Canada (TSE, NYSE: RY). RBCDS provides full spectrum of brokerage services to retail and corporate clients.

Boards & Committees
Independent Trustee
2014 - 2015

Partners Real Estate Investment Trust operates as an open-end real estate investment trust. It focuses on ownership and management of a diversified portfolio of necessity based retail and mixed-use retail community and neighbourhood shopping centres. The company was founded by Patrick McCowan on March 29, 2005 and is headquartered in Barrie, Canada.

Independent Director
2012 - 2015

Orefinders Resources, Inc. is a gold exploration company. It focuses on gold exploration in Canada. Its portfolio includes the Mirado Mine. The company was founded on July 26, 2011 and is headquartered in West Toronto, Canada.

Director
2011 - 2012

Toronto Public Library operates as an urban public library system. Its services include museum and arts pass, internet access and digital services, reserve a computer, rent space at the library, and adult literacy. The firm also conducts programs, classes, and exhibits. The company was founded on January 3, 1883 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

Director
Current

Institute of Corporate Directors is a Canadian nonprofit company located in Toronto, ON, that promotes governance and develops leadership skills. The firm was founded by Brian J. Gibson. Rahul K. Bhardwaj is the CEO, in this role since 2016.The company says this about itself: ICD is treasury's trusted, independent portal provider of money market funds and other short-term investments. We provide intuitive technology and unbiased access to over 300 investment products through ICD Portal, a model in the industry for trading, reporting and analysis. Through our Global Trade Desk, located in London, Boston and San Francisco, we offer follow-the-sun support and expert service.

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$250 - $999
2009

Since its inception in 1997, the Toronto Public Library Foundation has raised $73 million thanks to generous donors. Now more than ever, the library needs donors to help ensure that the 70% of Torontonians who use the library have access to resources, programs, services and spaces that make for an economically strong and socially resilient city. Toronto Public Library has benefited from the generosity of donors who have recognized how a strong public library makes our city economically stronger and socially resilient. Innovative partnerships established by the Foundation include the TD Summer Reading Club – a multi-year $1.9 million cash commitment that has grown from a local to a national initiative and the Sun Life Financial Museum & Arts Pass (MAP), a $400,000 multi-year cash commitment that has enabled thousands of families to explore the best of Toronto’s arts and cultural treasures for free. Signature legacy gifts – like that from long-time library-lovers Sophia Lucyk and Norman Hinton – provide enhanced funding to support such priorities as the development of early literacy, creativity, and writing skills in young children and financial literacy skills and small business support. The Foundation also raises funds through two fund-raising events; The Book Lover’s Ball and Hush Hush. The Book Lover’s Ball attracts 600 of the City’s literary lovers. Party-goers enjoy intimate dinner conversations with celebrity authors seated at each table. Hush Hush is an after-hours party held in the stacks at the Bloor Gladstone branch. The event was launched in 2013.

$1,000 - $4,999
2008

Since its inception in 1997, the Toronto Public Library Foundation has raised $73 million thanks to generous donors. Now more than ever, the library needs donors to help ensure that the 70% of Torontonians who use the library have access to resources, programs, services and spaces that make for an economically strong and socially resilient city. Toronto Public Library has benefited from the generosity of donors who have recognized how a strong public library makes our city economically stronger and socially resilient. Innovative partnerships established by the Foundation include the TD Summer Reading Club – a multi-year $1.9 million cash commitment that has grown from a local to a national initiative and the Sun Life Financial Museum & Arts Pass (MAP), a $400,000 multi-year cash commitment that has enabled thousands of families to explore the best of Toronto’s arts and cultural treasures for free. Signature legacy gifts – like that from long-time library-lovers Sophia Lucyk and Norman Hinton – provide enhanced funding to support such priorities as the development of early literacy, creativity, and writing skills in young children and financial literacy skills and small business support. The Foundation also raises funds through two fund-raising events; The Book Lover’s Ball and Hush Hush. The Book Lover’s Ball attracts 600 of the City’s literary lovers. Party-goers enjoy intimate dinner conversations with celebrity authors seated at each table. Hush Hush is an after-hours party held in the stacks at the Bloor Gladstone branch. The event was launched in 2013.

$1,000 - $4,999
2007

Since its inception in 1997, the Toronto Public Library Foundation has raised $73 million thanks to generous donors. Now more than ever, the library needs donors to help ensure that the 70% of Torontonians who use the library have access to resources, programs, services and spaces that make for an economically strong and socially resilient city. Toronto Public Library has benefited from the generosity of donors who have recognized how a strong public library makes our city economically stronger and socially resilient. Innovative partnerships established by the Foundation include the TD Summer Reading Club – a multi-year $1.9 million cash commitment that has grown from a local to a national initiative and the Sun Life Financial Museum & Arts Pass (MAP), a $400,000 multi-year cash commitment that has enabled thousands of families to explore the best of Toronto’s arts and cultural treasures for free. Signature legacy gifts – like that from long-time library-lovers Sophia Lucyk and Norman Hinton – provide enhanced funding to support such priorities as the development of early literacy, creativity, and writing skills in young children and financial literacy skills and small business support. The Foundation also raises funds through two fund-raising events; The Book Lover’s Ball and Hush Hush. The Book Lover’s Ball attracts 600 of the City’s literary lovers. Party-goers enjoy intimate dinner conversations with celebrity authors seated at each table. Hush Hush is an after-hours party held in the stacks at the Bloor Gladstone branch. The event was launched in 2013.

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