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Rotman Alumni & Friends Panel in São Paulo, Brazil

Event Details

Economic Analysis and Policy | Finance | Strategic Management | Alumni Networking

Date: Thursday January 11, 2018 | 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Speaker(s): Prof. Tiff Macklem, Dean and Professor of Finance, Rotman School of Management, U of Toronto; Chair, Global Risk Institute for Financial Services; Corporate Director, Scotiabank (former Sr. Deputy Governor, Bank of Canada)
Mauro Miranda, CFA, President of CFA Society Brazil
Karina Saade, COO for BlackRock
Anil Verma, Director of Centre – Industrial Relations & HR; Professor of Industrial Relations, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Topic: TBA
Venue:

Renaissance São Paulo Hotel, Al. Santos, 2233, SP, Brazil. 01419-002

Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Cost: none - all are welcome
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All Rotman Alumni and friends are invited to a special evening in São Paulo with Tiff Macklem, Dean, Rotman School and by CFA Society Brazil. On January 11 Dean Macklem will be taking part in a panel discussion with an all-star lineup of senior leaders from BlackRock, CFA Society Brazil and others still to be confirmed. You will also have a chance to hear updates on the latest news and events at Rotman and meet fellow alumni, prospective students and CFA members in the region. If your work or travels bring you to the region, we would love to see you! Guests are welcome, and please share this invitation with your Rotman network.

Evening Speakers

Opening Remarks: Anil Verma, Director of Centre – Industrial Relations & HR; Professor of Industrial Relations, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

PANEL: 

Tiff Macklem, Dean and Professor of Finance, Rotman School of Management, U of Toronto; Chair, Global Risk Institute for Financial Services; Corporate Director, Scotiabank (former Sr. Deputy Governor, Bank of Canada)

Mauro Miranda, CFA, President of CFA Society Brazil

Karina Saade, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of BlackRock in Latin America and Iberia



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