Childhood days and his educational qualification
Blake Charles Goldring is a son of C.WarrenGoldring and his mother name is Barabara (Dowd) Goldring, he attended the St.Andrew‘s Junior High School and York Mills Collegiate Institute in Toronto. Goldring completed honours degree in Economics at Victoria College at the University of Toronto. Later at the fourth year, he became the National Vice President of AIESEC, which is a student-led commerce and economics organization, in Montreal. After this, he was transferred to McGill University to fulfill his duties as President and complete his undergraduate degree. He went to France for continue the graduate studies at INSEAD, where he completed a Master of Business Administration [MBA].
After completing his graduations, he became the fellow of the Institute of Canadian Bankers (FICB) on 1984, later on 1996 he promoted as the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation at the same FICB and in 2008 Royal Military College provides Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree.
After completing his graduation at INSTEAD Blake Goldring became the employee of Bank of Montreal (BMO), there he worked in international banking and after few years in corporate banking. On 1987 Goldring resigned and left BMO for joining in AGF Management Limited, initially he was an analyst working on the AGF’s Japanese investment portfolios, later on 1989 he hold additional responsibilities and look over Quebec and Eastern sales regions and again the he holds additional responsibilities for developing AGF International Advisors Company Limited which is located in Ireland and in 1994 he was promoted as head of Sales and Marketing for AGF.
In 1997 Blake Goldring became president and chief operating officer of AGF and after the three years in 2000 he was promoted as chief executive officer (CEO) and in 2006 he was became a chairman and chief executive officer. He was a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist and a Canadian businessman.