MBA, University of Chicago
BA, McGill University
Thomas E. Kierans spent 26 years in the investment banking business. In that time, he also chaired the Ontario Economic Council, the Energy Options committee, and wrote the economics chapter of the Spicer Royal Commission.
In 1989 he retired as President of McLeod Young Weir to be CEO of the C.D. Howe Institute. Today he is primarily engaged with his appointments as distinguished senior fellow at Massey College and the Munk Global Affairs Institute at the University of Toronto.
Mr. Kierans holds a BA (Honours) from McGill University and an MBA (Economics, Political Science and Finance), Dean’s Honours List, from the University of Chicago.