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Welcome to the upcoming speaker series listing. Each year, Rotman hosts about 100 public talks by international bestselling authors, top management executives and other influential thought leaders. We hope you'll join us for one of these remarkable events.

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  • Women in Capital Markets: A Panel Discussion

    Speaker Series | Panel Discussion

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    In corporate Canada, only 3 percent of TSX-listed companies have a female CEO and only 14 percent of board seats at TSX-listed firms are occupied by women. Why is the number of women in capital markets still so low? For this panel event, we're not only going to focus on the barriers keeping women from entering capital markets, but also uncover sustainable solutions. Ultimately, we will explore how firms can foster a culture that is attractive and inclusive for women.

  • 2 Experts Discuss "The Banking Landscape in Latin America"

    Speaker Series | Panel Discussion

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    Ignacio "Nacho" Deschamps, Group Head - International Banking & Digital Transformation and Strategic Advisor for Global Digital Banking to the President and CEO, Scotiabank , Alejandro Werner, Director - Western Hemisphere Department, International Monetary Fund and moderator: Tiff Macklem, Dean and Professor of Finance, Rotman; Corporate Director, Scotiabank (former St. Deputy Governor, Bank of Canada) on The Banking Landscape in Latin America.

  • Four Short Talks on You 2.0

    Speaker Series | Panel Discussion

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    Maja Djikic, Associate Professor and Director - Self-Development Lab, Rotman School of Management, Kim Ly, Research Fellow - Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman (BEAR) Research Institute, Rotman School of Management, Kristina McElheran, Assistant Professor of Strategy, Rotman School of Management and Digital Fellow, MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, Ingo Rauth, Adjunct Professor, IE Business School; former Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Rotman School of Management on Four Short Talks on You 2.0.

  • Behavioural Approaches to Diversity (BAD) Conference

    Speaker Series | Research Discussions | Panel Discussion | Networking Event

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    Join an audience of academics, industry leaders, policy makers, and more for our Behavioural Approaches to Diversity (BAD) Conference where we'll explore new solutions from behavioural science for making real progress on inclusion.

  • The 21st TCI Network Global Clusters Conference (TCI 2018)

    Speaker Series | Research Discussions | Panel Discussion | Networking Event

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    The 21st TCI Network Global Conference is the leading global clusters event for government, business, and academic leaders to make unexpected connections for economic growth and shared prosperity. It is hosted by the Institute for Competitiveness & Prosperity, a Canadian-based think tank and presented by the TCI Network, a global network of leading global cluster experts and practitioners. It will be a forum for knowledge exchange and partnership development between local and international cluster experts and leaders. The theme, "Collaborating to Compete: Cluster Policy in Action", will lend itself to the conferences four sub-themes: Designing collaborative networks for innovation, Regional economic development and inclusive prosperity, Mobilizing talent and diversity, and Scaling up within cluster ecosystems.

  • 4th Annual Rotman Conference on Machine Learning and the Market for Intelligence

    Speaker Series | Research Discussions | Panel Discussion | Networking Event

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    On October 23, 2018 the Creative Destruction Lab at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management will host our 4th annual “Machine Learning and the Market for Intelligence Conference”. This is not a technical conference. Our focus is on the business opportunities and economic implications arising from the recent advances in Artificial Intelligence.

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