Who is Pattie Lovett Reid?
Pattie Lovett Reid is the chief financial commentator at Home Equity Bank and former chief financial commentator at CTV News. Her ultimate goal is to bring you current trend analysis, host webinars, and write original blog content.
Pattie is excited to provide opinions on subject matter such as demographic trends, home ownership, financial management, budgeting, and retirement.
Pattie Lovett Reid Age
Lovett has not revealed her year of birth. However, she celebrates her birthday on the 3rd of February every year.
Pattie Lovett Reid Was Awarded an Honorary Degree
Reid was awarded an honorary degree in Applied Studies from Humber College in June 2010. She was also awarded an honorary diploma in Business and Management from Canadore College in 2013.
Pattie Lovett Reid
Reid is happily married to Jim Reid. They have four adult children namely; Carolyn, Dave, Jane, and Kevin. Their son Dave married Ashley on May 6, 2022. Reid and her husband are grandparents.
She now spends her time between Toronto and Muskoka, Canada, where she lives with her husband, Jim Reid, their children, and an increasing number of grandsons and granddaughters.
Pattie Lovett Reid Nationality
Reid holds Canadian nationality.
Pattie Lovett Reid’s Net Worth
Reid has an estimated net worth of $3 million. All these are the proceeds of her business ventures and media activities.
Pattie Lovett Reid Career
Lovett-Reid formerly provided weekday financial reports for CTV News Channel, CP24, and regional CTV MORNING LIVE programs around the country.
She has also provided insight on business stories that have a significant impact on the market for CTV National News and appeared frequently as a guest analyst on various Bell Media platforms.
She initially worked for CTV News in early 2012 after leaving TD Waterhouse Canada Inc., where she was Senior Vice-President and a well-known speaker on wealth management.
Lovett-Reid, who formerly served as the chief financial commentator for CTV News, has extensive expertise advising her audience on how to stretch their income, save money, and get the most out of their hard-earned money.
A good number of Canadians have had their lives completely changed by her exceptional and expert ability to simplify complex and intricate personal finance methods into frank, astute financial advice.
Her professional trajectory has been marked by admiration, inspiration, and a strong sense of resolve. With no formal post-secondary education and a low glass ceiling for women in finance, her career didn’t take off beyond branch management when she started working as a bank teller right out of high school.
However, Lovett-Reid rose through the ranks of the investment industry, and in early 2012, following a very fruitful 30-plus year career with TD Waterhouse Canada Inc., where she held the position of Senior Vice-President, she accepted the position of Chief Financial Commentator with CTV News.
In June 2010, she received an honorary degree in Applied Studies from Humber College. She is a Certified Financial Planner and the co-author of numerous widely acclaimed publications.
Lovett-Reid received the 2009 Donald J. Johnston Award from the Financial Planners Standards Council (FPSC) for her exceptional contribution to the Canadian financial planning industry.