Our Team

Lee Rorabeck

Senior Wealth Advisor, Portoflio Manager

Lee Rorabeck is a Portfolio Manager with BMO Nesbitt Burns and has been an Investment Advisor with the firm since 1996. He graduated from the University of Guelph with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science. He also had the opportunity of being the Branch Manager of the Etobicoke office for 4 years. He leads the team's investment management and wealth planning strategies.

He is married to Cheri and they have two wonderful children who keep their hands full. Lee loves to golf, fish, ski, read and play guitar when time permits. As a true believer in charity, he has been very supportive of United Way and was actively involved in the Big Brothers and Big Sisters organization. Lee was a Big Brother for many years.

Keeley Simpson, CIM, B.Comm

Senior Wealth Advisor, Portfolio Manager

Keeley Simpson joined BMO Nesbitt Burns in 2007. She is a native Montrealer and graduated from McGill University in Finance & Accounting with a Bachelors of Commerce. Currently, she lives in Toronto with her husband Will and their growing family (their son Connor, their daughter Charlotte and their two loving dogs, Duke & Oscar). Keeley is expecting a third baby (another girl) at the end of July. She specializes in working with professional women and delivers educational seminars to women investors at various associations and companies. As a portfolio manager on the team, Keeley is responsible for investment research, portfolio management and client relationship management.

In 2015, Keeley was recognized with the "The Distinguished Young Advisor Award" presented by the Knowledge Bureau. She was invited to speak on a panel at the annual conference in November 2015 in Puerta Vallarto, Mexico. In 2016, Keeley was recognized by her management team and nominated for the "IIAC Top under 40 award". The IIAC Top Under 40 Award recognizes and celebrates the new generation of highly motivated and talented young professionals whose drive, dedication, qualities and accomplishments have brought distinction to the investment/financial industry.

As part of her commitment to the community, before starting a family, she volunteered at a few different organizations including the McGill Women's Alumnae Association, the McGill Alumni Association of Toronto and the Crohn's Colitis Foundation of Canada.