King and Bay Appoints Tayfun Eldem to New Advisory Board15 Feb 2018

As the King and Bay portfolio of companies becomes more diverse, it is important to maintain a thorough knowledge of various industries and leverage our existing relationships to maintain success in the ever-changing, competitive landscape. The new King and Bay Advisory Board will provide counsel to...

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Reflecting On 2017 & Towards 2018: The Next Chapter Of King & Bay21 Dec 2017

Friends and colleagues can attest that I often joke how King & Bay has been my version of the “shoemaker’s son”–always the last to receive the attention it deserves. Today, however, I am pleased to share the news that we are launching a fresh look for King & Bay ...

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Why Canadians finally deserve to have their own Ultra-Low-Cost Airline25 Sep 2017

On a cold and snowy morning, a family of four from Ottawa starts their Florida vacation by driving an hour south to the airport in Ogdensburg, New York. Despite having an international airport in their home city, the family crosses the border to access more affordable flights for their week of sun ...

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Fantasy Football Meets Stock Trading: Why Voleo Will Encourage Millennials to Invest29 Jun 2017

The stats are in, and the trend is disconcerting. Now in their 20s and early 30s, recent surveys show that millennials have yet to embrace the concept of stock investing. In the United States, a Harris poll found that nearly 80 percent of millennials are not invested in the stock market. ...

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Building Upon Labrador’s Mining Tradition16 May 2017

Against the backdrop of improving iron ore sector fundamentals, the reboot of the Kami Project marks the next chapter in Newfoundland and Labrador’s rich history of resource development. Mining is in the DNA of this province. Its roots stretch back more than 4,000 years with the First ...

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The Coming Resurgence of Canadian Mining13 Apr 2017

The mining cycle always comes back – let’s take full advantage of the opportunity on our doorstep. After spending the better part of the last half-decade in a bear market, the mining industry is feeling the early effects of two forces that will influence both companies in the sector and...

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Newfoundland and Labrador Can Learn From Quebec15 Feb 2017

To say that that the past few years have been a tumultuous time for the Canadian mining sector is to put it mildly; the number of shuttered mines, mass layoffs and lost investment due to a sharp downturn in the markets has exacted a toll on countless communities throughout the country. After a six-...

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