In 1989 he joined the Institutional Equity team at Burns Fry and remained with the firm after it was bought out by the Bank of Montreal in 1994. A few years later he became Global Co-Head of the Equity Group at the bank. In 2008, David resigned from BMO and started an interesting career path in the midst of a global financial crisis. In 2009 he became president of an international quantitatively based money manager called Mapleridge. In 2011 he accepted the position of President and CEO of Macquarie Capital Markets Canada, a full service capital markets business.
David is currently a partner at Delaney Capital Management, a money management firm with $2 bill in AUM. David is a board member of Alamos Gold Inc. and Kew Media Group and has served as a director of a number of Canadian based charities. He is currently Vice-Chair of Soulpepper Theatre Company and a board member of the Art Gallery of Ontario Foundation. He received his MBA from INSEAD and completed the Institute of Corporate Directors program at the Rotman School of Management.