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Rotman Career Centre Evening: Hot Topics in Capital Markets

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Finance | Alumni Networking | Career Panel

Date: Friday August 09, 2019 | 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Speaker(s): Rajeev Chib (EMBA 2008) APAC Regional Head - Client Development & Business Management of CITI, Hong Kong
Terry Hickey, (EMBA 2008) Chief Analytics Officer for CIBC
Topic: Capital Markets

Career Centre Lounge (2nd Floor, North Building)
Rotman School of Managment
105 St. George St.
Toronto, ON
M5S 3E6

Location: Toronto
Cost: Free
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Alumni are invited to attend a special free evening with the Rotman Career Centre as they host alumni, Rajeev Chib at CITI – Hong Kong and Terry Hickey from CIBC discussing the "Digitization of Client Spaces in Asia's Capital Markets".

TOPIC:“Digitization of Client Spaces in Asia's Capital Markets”,

Rajeev and Terry's presentation and discussion will cover the following topics:

Digitization in the Client space related specifically to Capital Markets in Asia 

  • The Future of the Workforce in Asia given the rapid advancement of AI/Robotics etc.
  • Cross generational culture and leadership in Asia
  • CIBC use cases with a focus on Capital Markets
  • Need for talent in the industry – Canadian perspective

Dress is business casual.

If you have questions please either reply to this email or contact Ryan McKee in the career centre at

Space is limited: please register before noon on August 8, 2019.

Speaker Bios:

RAJEEV CHIBis a seasoned capital markets professional with 25 years international experience at leading Financial Institutions based in Hong Kong, New York and Toronto. He is the Regional Asia Head of Client Facilitation & Business Management across Investor Sales and Relationship Management at CITI in Hong Kong. Rajeev and his team are responsible for partnering with Sales & Relationship Management and delivering Citi’s extensive investor client strategy across all products and geographies in the region within a risk controlled framework. Rajeev is a member of the APAC Investor Sales & Relationship management team, and Co-Chair of the COO Markets committee of Asia Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA). Before taking on his current position in October 2013, Rajeev was the Equities Business Unit Manager for Asia Pacific. He was responsible for Business Unit Management functions related to Equities products Rajeev currently is pursuing a doctorate in business administration from City University of Hong Kong and has his Masters of Business Administration (Executive MBA) from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. He has his Bachelor of Science in Quantitative Economics (with honors) from the University of Toronto.

TERRY HICKEY is the Chief Analytics Officer at CIBC and part of the Direct Banking, Innovation and Analytics team. In this role, Terry and his team are responsible for leading and accelerating the adoption of artificial intelligence and analytics and curation of client data within CIBC.  Prior to joining CIBC, Terry was the Vice President and Partner that lead AI, Analytics and Quantum Computing for IBM GBS Globally. He has also lead digital, contact centres, and outsourcing for IBM in Canada.  Terry is a member of CIBC’s Innovation Council, CIBC’s lead for Catalyst Canada, and an active speaker and advocate of AI, digital and user experience. Most recently, Terry was featured as a key speaker at Fintech Canada, Zafin Banking Panel, and at Beyond 2018 ThoughtSpot Data & Analytics Conference.  Terry currently sits on the Board of Advisors for the Smith School of Business Master of Analytics and Masters of Artificial Intelligence programs and, most recently, joined the Renascent Board in 2018. He previously served on the Board of Advisors to the Cisco Contact Centre Business Unit. Terry holds an MBA from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto and received his first patent earlier this year for Blockwise extraction of document metadata.

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