Devin Gorgchuck B.Comm


Devin Gorgchuck graduated from Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan in 2013 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in management. Although his focused discipline was marketing, he found his passion was finance and changed course in his last year.

2014 was a year of change for Devin as he made the short move from his hometown of Saskatoon to Calgary. He got to work and obtained his mutual funds licensing through the Canadian Securities Institute. However, his marketing interest was piqued when he was presented with an opportunity to work for French fashion company Zadig et Voltaire, one of Holt Renfrew’s leased partners. As General Manager at Zadig et Voltaire, he enjoyed applying his education in retail marketing to increase the store’s revenues while managing and instilling in his sales team the importance of providing an exceptional client experience.

In 2016 Devin decided to pursue his finance interest and move into the wealth management industry where the mutual funds license he previously obtained was put to use. Since joining the CH Financial team (formerly Clark Hetherington Financial), Devin has acquired knowledge in not just investments but in all of CH Financial’s offered services. In July 2020, Devin moved from a licensed associate role to an advisor. Although his role has changed, he continues to strive to provide an exceptional holistic client experience.

When not in the office, Devin’s passion for art and design often leads him to enjoying time painting. Devin is a self-declared soccer fanatic, cheering for his beloved Tottenham Hotspur in the English premier league. His passion for soccer has provided many past enjoyable opportunities coaching under-16 girls in community youth soccer and Aden Bowman high school boys soccer teams. He has also been a divisional placement evaluator, field marshall and an ambassador for his community’s youth soccer association at Saskatoon Youth Soccer annual general meetings. He has also volunteered as Marketing Director for the U of S Relay for Life, fundraising for the Canadian Cancer Society.

Mutual Funds Provided through FundEx Investments Inc.