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Jeff Hull Featured on Cover of Investment Executive

Warren Buffett (L) and former Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty next to NAOC Director Jeff Hull.

Jeff Hull, one of our directors on the NATO Association of Canada’s Board of Directors, has been featured on the front page of Investment Executive Canada. Jeff is a Senior Financial Advisor with Manulife Securities Incorporated in Mississauga, ON where he manages over 100 clients and oversees 19 other advisors.

Jeff is also a dedicated board member of the NAOC and has even travelled internationally on behalf of the NAOC to countries including Albania, Macedonia and Turkey. He has represented the association to various non-governmental organizations, business associations and government ministries. Spurred by a deep respect for men and women in uniform – whether it be military, police or emergency services, he has chaired conferences on topics such as global cyber security and cyber crime. He also moderated a panel for the NAOC’s Cyber Security Conference held at York University which included presentations by private-sector businesses and the Toronto Metro Police’s Computer Crime Section.

He firmly believes in the importance of understanding both local and global political events and being aware and involved in order to examine their impact upon the global economy and financial markets. For his part, his involvement is based around, “… [The] opportunity to help, guide, assist, and influence the organization of the NATO Association of Canada and to give back and support the NGO sector in Canada …its important to share angles, ideas, and best practices, with one another to create future solutions.”

Jeff’s record of achievement sets a shinning example of the level of excellence that merits membership on the NATO Association’s Board of Directors.


Read the full interview here.

NATO Association of Canada
The NATO Association of Canada (NAOC) strives to educate and engage Canadians about NATO and its goals of peace, prosperity and security. The NAOC ensures Canada has an informed citizenry able to participate in discussions about its role on the world stage.