Billionaire entrepreneur Michael Lee-Chin plans a comeback in the investment fund business this fall after selling assets in AIC Ltd. only three years ago to Manulife Financial Corp.
Mr. Lee-Chin, who also owns a portfolio of investments in Caribbean businesses, will begin offering mutual funds and private equity funds to Canadian investors after his non-compete obligations to Manulife end Sept. 30. -------------------------------------------------
Clearly a major financial player like Manulife should have no qualms with suing him into the stone age...after all, Lee-Chin sold everything he ever knew about equity investing and the capital markets with AIC...right, Claude?
You are being far too kind to this lobsterhead. He stated that he is a CNI shareholder. If he has a positive (and growing) return on his investment, then I see no good reason for him to repeatedly bash management.
let's be nice... just imagine y'all in smoke's shoes... does appear that smoke must have been an employee... thinkin' that he'd be working there 'till he was carried out... believing that he was a valued employee... that his co-workers were family... then one day, someone like Bill, the manipulator, comes along and tells him that he's nooo longer part of the team... must have been devestating... rather traumatic... sooo, what does he do now?... he gets his revenge by bein' sassy on the stock boards... oh my... yet, he does want to still be part of the rail company... and i believe he does have some valuable insight to offer, if... he'd only trust us, to make the most of his knowledge... he could trust me, for i wouldn't do him wrong... why i could even help him... get back to doin' what he liked best... yet, he needs to at least meet us half way... question is, will he?...