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       Cary Pinkowski

Portfolio Manager & Investment Advisor

 
T: 604.643.7006
cary.pinkowski@canaccord.com

 

A leader and innovator in the Vancouver equity arena, Cary Pinkowski was a top investment advisor at Canaccord Capital for over 15 years, where he primarily focused on U.S. equities. With the help of his proprietary momentum models, his clients were able to profit from the technology boom of the late 90’s, while a shift in focus from technology to gold enabled them to capitalize on the tremendous resource market of the early 2000’s. Pinkowski founded Entrée Gold Inc., which discovered part of the massive Oyu Tolgoi project, which went onto become one of the largest mine projects in the world. Cary Pinkowski leverages extensive connections across key industry sectors and builds long-term trusted relationships with clients who count on him for top-quality service, advice and performance.

 

Cary has developed extensive connections with CEOs and executives of many leading technology and resource companies in Canada. This has created the potential for many opportunities. Currently, he is a Portfolio Manager and Investment Advisor at Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management and has over 25 years of experience with North American and European capital markets. Cary Pinkowski works exclusively with high net worth individuals, family offices and strategic institutional partners.

 

Cary’s story:

 

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, and propelled by a strong work ethic instilled by his parents, Cary Pinkowski benefited from a childhood that was modest in material terms, but rich in travel and education. Heavily influenced by his father and mother, who built a life in Canada after meeting in Edmonton, Alberta, in 1970, Cary’s strong and heartfelt belief in capitalism stems from lessons taught by his father and grandmother who escaped communist East Germany in 1960, as well as the hardships born by other family members who spent lifetimes trapped behind the Berlin Wall. Cary firmly believes that living in the West is not a right, but rather a gift to be cherished. Throughout his life, Cary has considered the virtues of self-reliance, hard work and an unfailing commitment to family and clients among his guiding principles.