About

Bonnie Foley-Wong helps people make impact investments confidently and in an integrated way. She is presently the Head of Investment Strategy at the Equality Fund, a ground-breaking collaboration integrating gender-lens investing, philanthropy, and grant-making to women’s rights organizations. In 2019, the Equality Fund was selected to steward a $300 million contribution from the Government of Canada.

Bonnie is also the founder of Pique Ventures, a boutique impact investment and management firm, founding investor in Pique Fund, an impact angel fund focused on leadership diversity in Western Canada, and author of Integrated Investing. She is an accomplished financier and investor with over 20 years experience of mobilizing capital for entrepreneurial businesses. Over the course of her career, she has financed over $1 billion dollars of alternative investments in Europe and North America.

Bonnie is the recipient of a Startup Canada Award for Entrepreneur Promotion and a YWCA Women of Distinction Award for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Prior to founding Pique Ventures, Bonnie launched an impact investing initiative at one of Canada’s leading financial co-operatives. Before relocating to Vancouver in 2011, Bonnie worked in the UK advising social entrepreneurs and impact investors such as Big Issue Invest and Resonance. Previous to that, she was a real estate investment banker with ABN AMRO and Hypo Real Estate Bank.

From 2000 to 2003, Bonnie was a corporate finance advisor with Deloitte in the UK. She began her career as an auditor with Deloitte in the Toronto office.

Bonnie is a CPA (Ontario), CA, and CFA charterholder. She has a Bachelor of Mathematics and Master of Accounting from the University of Waterloo, Canada. She has been published in Business Insider, Next Billion, Toronto Star, Inc., Forbes, and Huffington Post. Bonnie has called London, UK and Vancouver, BC home, and now resides in Toronto, the city in which she was born and raised, with her husband and two children.

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