Michael Gregory is Deputy Chief Economist and Head of U.S. Economics for BMO Capital
Markets. He manages the team responsible for forecasting and analyzing the North
American economy and financial markets.
Michael began his career in economics with Royal Bank of Canada in Montreal in the
mid-1980s, before moving to Toronto to work in RBC’s foreign exchange and money
market research group. He eventually moved further along the yield curve and across
the border, joining the fixed income strategy group at Lehman Brothers in New York City
in the mid-1990s. Returning to Canada at the end of 2001, Michael headed up the
Financial Services Analysis team at Bank of Montreal, focusing on regulatory and
industry restructuring issues, before shifting to BMO Capital Markets Economics in 2004.
He moved to Chicago in late 2013, providing research support for the U.S. and Canadian
fixed income business and working with the Global Fixed Income Strategy team, before
returning to Toronto in 2016.
Michael is a graduate of Concordia University in Montreal and Western University in
London, Ontario; did doctoral studies at Fordham University in New York City; and, holds
a Chartered Financial Analyst designation.