- Previously, Graham headed the diversified investment banking coverage for Morgan Stanley in Canada and worked for Citigroup in New York
- Prior to his career in investment banking, Graham was a Special Assistant to Canada’s 17th Prime Minister, The Rt. Hon. John N. Turner
- Graham will be based in Toronto
Rothschild & Co has hired Alex Graham as managing director and head of Canada for its global advisory business. Graham brings more than three decades of investment banking experience to Rothschild & Co, where he will help manage and grow the firm’s relationships with clients in the Canadian market. He will be based in Toronto.
On Graham’s appointment, Neissa, Head of Rothschild & Co, North America, said in a statement: “We are thrilled to welcome an investment banker of Alex’s caliber to our firm as he will significantly strengthen our Canadian presence and provide experienced leadership to our team. Alex has strong professional roots in Canada and a global network of relationships. His experience, knowledge and leadership will serve our clients well and further grow our leading franchise in the region.”
Graham has more than 35 years of investment banking experience in New York, London and Toronto. He joins from RBC Capital Markets, where for the last ten years, he headed TMT investment banking in Canada and subsequently in Europe. Previously, Graham headed the diversified investment banking coverage for Morgan Stanley in Canada and worked for Citigroup in New York.
Prior to his career in investment banking, Graham was a Special Assistant to Canada’s 17th Prime Minister, The Rt. Hon. John N. Turner. Mr. Graham has served on a variety of Canadian volunteer Boards of Directors, including The National Arts Centre Foundation, The City of Toronto Sinking Fund and Investment Advisory Committee, Canada’s History Society, The Writers’ Trust of Canada and the Liberal Party of Canada.
He is an MBA graduate of the Richard Ivey School of Business (University of Western Ontario) has a B.A. from Trinity College (University of Toronto).