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Bruce Sellery

Business Journalist | CEO, Credit Canada | Bestselling Author

Bruce Sellery
Moolala: How to Get a Handle on Your Money so You Can Live the Life You Want
Becoming the First Call: How to Demonstrate the Value of your Financial Advice
How To Get Your Finances Together
Speakers' Spotlight Showcase 2018
Bruce Sellery
Moolala: Money Made Simple
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Bruce Sellery
Bruce Sellery
Moolala: How to Get a Handle on Your Money so You Can Live the Life You Want
Becoming the First Call: How to Demonstrate the Value of your Financial Advice
How To Get Your Finances Together
Speakers' Spotlight Showcase 2018
Bruce Sellery
Moolala: Money Made Simple

Business journalist, television host, and non-profit CEO Bruce Sellery is on a mission to help people get a handle on their money so they can live the life they want. The bestselling author of Moolala: Why Smart People Do Dumb Things with Their Money (and What You Can Do About It), Sellery is a thought leader in financial literacy and engages audiences in a smart, fun, high energy way as an in-demand keynote speaker, emcee, and host.

Sellery is currently the CEO of Credit Canada, the oldest non-profit credit counselling agency in the country. He is also the national money columnist for CBC Radio, a regular contributor to the hit TV show Cityline, the host of the weekly Moolala radio show and podcast on SiriusXM, and the author of two bestselling books. In addition, Sellery delivers entertaining, inspiring, and insightful keynotes; emcees major business conferences; and facilitates meaningful panel discussions.

Prior to this, Sellery was the host of Million Dollar Neighborhood on the Oprah Winfrey Network, a contributor to The Exchange on CBC Television, and a columnist for MoneySense. He also spent 10 years with BNN Bloomberg, anchoring from both Toronto and New York City. Before his move into media, Sellery worked as a brand manager at Procter & Gamble.

Sellery serves on the advisory board of the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, his alma mater, and is on the board of Venture for Canada. He is also the past-president of the Canadian Club of Toronto and former chair of Friends of Adoption Options.

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