Angus Watt

Angus Watt - Treasurer

Angus Watt – Treasurer

 

Managing Director, Individual Investor Services, National Bank Financial Wealth Management

CEO & Partner, Angus Watt Advisory Group

Angus Watt is Managing Director, Individual Investor Services, National Bank Financial, and mentor of the Angus Watt Advisory Group.  He holds a degree in Political Science from York University.

Angus and his group manage over $1 Billion in assets, and are specialists in Investment Management as well as Portfolio Strategy, Financial Planning, Individual Insurance, Group Insurance and Benefits planning. As Central Alberta’s Business Authority, Angus broadcasts over 50 times per week on Global TV and 630 CHED.

Angus is Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Honorary Colonel of the South Alberta Light Horse regiment, Military Cup 2019 co-Chair, University of Alberta Chancellor’s Cup 2018 co-Chair, and Honorary Chair, 6th Annual Women Fore Pandas Golf Tournament.  Angus has recently been appointed as Director, CN Edmonton Community Board, founding Board Member, Alberta Critical Incident Advisory Council Board and member of the Business Transition Forum (BTF), Edmonton Advisory Board.  Angus is currently an advisor to Little Warriors Foundation and Past Advisor to the Hearing Foundation of Canada.

He is the past Chair, Alberta Order of Excellence, past Chair, Edmonton Consular Corps, past Treasurer, The Lieutenant Governor’s Circle of Mental Health, University of Alberta Senate past board member and past co-Chair, University of Alberta Senate Student Mental Health Endowment. Angus served as Chair of the United Way of Northern Alberta for two terms. He also served as Chair to the Minerva Foundation, The Support Network, and the Support Network Foundation. Angus was a Founder and Chair of the Edmonton Police Foundation, Telus Edmonton Community Board Advisor, and co-Chair to the David Foster & Friends Committee. Angus served as a member of the City of Edmonton Food and Agriculture Committee and the Canadian Cancer Society as an Advisor.

He is a past recipient of the “Paul Harris Fellow,” awarded by the Rotary Club of Canada. In 2012, Angus received The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. Most recently, Angus received the Community Enrichment Award National Philanthropy Day 2017.