Iain Butler is Chief Investment Adviser for the Motley Fool Canada and is the lead Adviser on its flagship Stock Advisor Canada product. Before joining the Fool, Iain was a “buy-side” analyst and through this experience is well-versed in the idiosyncratic ways of the Canadian market. His investing interests are centred on scouring the market for interesting businesses that trade at reasonable prices and offer an appealing risk/reward relationship. Since joining the Fool in 2012, Iain dedicates each day to spreading Foolishness throughout this great country!
Taylor is the Associate GM for Motley Fool Canada and an analyst on its premium investing service, Stock Advisor Canada. He started out at the Fool in 2012 as an analyst covering Energy & Materials companies. Taylor brings several years of investing experience to the table and earned his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Maryland. He has a passion for all things outdoors and brings his penchant for exploration directly to his work at Motley Fool Canada. Onward!
Rob is the Chief Member Services Officer at Fool.ca. He spent 18 years as a Pressman, before changing careers and becoming a Mortgage Broker until the Motley Fool made him an offer he couldn’t refuse. He’s an avid Canuck fan with a wonderful wife, with whom he loves to travel and two boys.
Brian Richards heads up the Fool’s European and North American (Non-U.S.) businesses. From 2009-2013, Brian was managing editor of The Motley Fool’s flagship U.S. website, Fool.com. He has a decade and a half of experience in publishing/journalism, an industry he wanted to be a part of since his first newspaper byline at age 17. Brian holds a bachelor’s degree from the College of William & Mary and a master’s degree from the University of Chicago.
Max Keeler, Head of Global Operations, has been working to help spread Foolishness since he joined the company in 1996. He has worked in nearly every corner of technology, from network engineering to software development to various director roles. Currently, he manages the team responsible for bringing technology to life for The Motley Fool’s international expansion efforts. He somehow managed to get his Computer Science degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and his Masters in Psychology from American University in Washington, DC.