Chris Healy, CEO of Strategic Analysis Corporation
Chris Healy, MBA

CEO

Head of Strategic Analysis Corporation, Chris Healy has 20 years of experience as a financial analyst, entrepreneur and consultant. Chris is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s Data Analytics and Carbon Finance programs, holds an MBA from the IESE Business School in Barcelona, and completed a B.Sc. at the University of Guelph.

He is an expert in quantitative modelling and financial simulation, and has worked extensively with the SVA methodology since 1989, training directly under Dr. Verne Atrill.

As a management consultant, Chris has been active in developing a number of early-stage businesses, combining his science and business backgrounds to grow a diverse range of companies. He has also been involved in the non-profit sector in a variety of roles, from program manager to Board member.

Ross Healy, Chairman of Strategic Analysis Corporation
Ross Healy, MBA, CFA

Chairman

Ross Healy began his investment industry career more than four decades ago as a securities analyst for Midland Osler Securities. He was also co-founder of Sceptre Investment council, a leading Canadian money manager.

Ross went on to become Director of Research at Merrill Lynch Canada, and during this time provided support to Dr. Verne Atrill, the late theorist who decoded the mathematics underlying the Theory of Accounting Dynamics upon which the Strategic Analysis Corporation methodology is based.

When Merrill Lynch ceased its Canadian business operations, he joined SAC as Chairman and CEO.

Ross is a past president of the Toronto Society of Financial Analysts, and served on the board of the Financial Analysts Federation (now the Association for Investment Management and Research).

He also served on the Financial Disclosure Advisory Board of the Ontario Securities Commission from 1983 to 1989, chairing the Investment Committee, and was a member of the Executive Committee of Trinity College, University of Toronto.

Healy continues to contribute investment analysis to print, radio, and television media, and appears regularly on BNN and CBC.