John Hogarth ’78 P’08

After graduating from Trinity College School and Queen’s University, John Hogarth achieved his FCSI (Fellowship of Canadian Securities Institute) in 1986. That same year he was elected president of the Toronto Society of the Investment Dealers Association (IDA) and became chairman the following year.

He also sat on the Ontario District Council of the IDA (now IIROC). In 1987 he moved to London as an institutional salesman with James Capel, London (part of HSBC) where he was head of the emerging markets department. John was president of the U.K. branch of TCS alumni for many years.

He returned to Canada in 2000 to join his original colleagues and friends at ScotiaMcLeod, and every year since he has been inducted into the President’s Council for the top performing investment advisors at ScotiaMcLeod. John is director and portfolio manager (CIM) at ScotiaMcLeod running a high net worth, family office wealth management practice.

John has sat on various charitable boards, including Ballet Jorgen Canada, and was president of the North Rosedale Ratepayers Association, where he chaired a district heritage study. John served as a governor of Trinity College School from 2007-2015, past chair of the philanthropy & alumni committee and past president of the TCS Parents’ Association. He currently sits on the investment committee of the TCS Foundation.

John’s daughter, Lauren ’08, was the third generation of their family to attend TCS.