Investment firm celebrates 15 years of excellence

For 15 consecutive years, Odlum Brown has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies.

For 15 consecutive years, Odlum Brown has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, an awards program recognizing companies that excel in all aspects of business management and define corporate success. Every year, hundreds of Canadian-owned and managed companies compete for this designation in a rigorous and independent process that evaluates the calibre of management abilities and practices.

Odlum Brown proudly maintains the highest level of distinction this year as a Platinum Club member, which is bestowed upon companies with a consistent and established track record of excellence within the Best Managed Companies program.

“Our success is simple. We invest in our people and work hard to preserve a culture that is uniquely our own,” says president/CEO Debra Hewson. “Receiving this honour for the past decade and a half is a remarkable achievement – one that underscores the passion, dedication and commitment of our employees.”

Odlum Brown has offices in Courtenay and Campbell River, among other locations.

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