Heather-Anne E. Irwin
Heather-Anne Irwin is an Adjunct Professor. She is the Executive Director of the Canadian Securities Institute Research Foundation and founding President of Women in Capital Markets. Heather-Anne teaches MBA Finance courses - with the prospective from having been involved in the capital markets industry for 17 years, as an Investment Banker (both finance and M&A), New Issue Equity specialist (ECM) and Fixed Income specialist (DCM). The emphasis in her courses is on applying theory to practical situations by using actual transactions and what is currently happening in today's capital markets.
2003 - Present
Adjunct Professor of Finance , Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
2004 - present
Executive Director, Canadian Securities Institute Research Foundation
1996 - 2005
Equity Capital Markets - VP and Director, TD Securities
1989 - 1996
VP Investment Banking; Debt Capital Markets, Nesbitt Burns Inc. (and Burns Fry)
AVP - Fixed Income, Citicorp New York and Citibank Canada
Research and Teaching Interests
Heather-Anne Irwin is an Assistant Professor and a member of the Teaching Stream Faculty. Her teaching focuses on MBA Finance courses - with the perspective of having been involved in the capital markets industry for 16 years as an Investment Banker (both finance and M&A), New Issue Equity Specialist and Bond Trader. The emphasis in her courses is on applying theory to practical situations by using actual transactions and what is currently happening in today's market.
Honors and Awards
Business and Professions Award, YWCA Women of Distinction
2003 and 2006
Prof of the Year, Rotman - MBA, Graduate Business Council Award
Women in Capital Markets - Founding President, currently Chair of Mentorship
International Women's Forum
Academic / Professional Service
2002 - present
Board Member, Philbrooks Boatyard Ltd.
2001 - 2007
Board Member, Centre For Addiction and Mental Health Foundation