Simon Marcotte Légaré (BCom’11, MBA’15), Senior Director, Mergers & Acquisitions - Corporate Financing at Raymon Chabot Grant Thornton has been selected by his organization to participate in the Grant Thornton Global Leadership Program, which will provide him with unique learning opportunities in Germany, Japan and Mexico next year.
In conversation with Professor Karl Moore, Eytan Bensoussan (MBA’09), Co-founder and CEO of NorthOne, reflects on the importance of investing in yourself and the journey of finding your true course.
“You always want to be Michael Jordan on the basketball court, not Michael Jordan on the baseball field,” he says.
Montreal attracts around three-quarters of immigrants to Quebec, but many new arrivals have a hard time finding work due to institutional barriers. Frantz Saintellemy (EMBA'20), President of Groupe 3737, is part of a new city-wide initiative determined to improve this reality.
For Saintellemy, integrating new arrivals into the workforce is not just an economic matter, it’s also a question of dignity.
Joint Law-MBA graduate Aly Haji (BCL/LLB’18, MBA’18) shares his take on why the traditional values and incentives that underpin operations in major law firms do not appeal as strongly to millennial lawyers.
On this Valentine’s Day, hear from a roster of happy couples, including Andrew Maxwell and Helen Leighton (MBA’81), as they share how their love stories blossomed during their MBA studies.
La Piscine is the first organization in Quebec dedicated to growing a startup ecosystem around creative and cultural innovation.
Philippe-Aubert Messier (EMBA’13) of Apollo Music Store comments on the value it has brought to his music platform company.
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP has appointed Hubert T. Lacroix (BCL’76, MBA’81), former president and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada, as its strategic counsel.
Lacroix will take on the new role of strategic counsel and will assist clients with the development of business strategies, governance, long-term planning and major deals.
Leaders of the youth financial literacy program PennyDrops, Victoire Gekas (BCom’18) and Antoine Francoeur (BCom’18), join Salut Bonjour to share the strides they are making with their new French program, Jeunesse Enrichie.
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Viktoria Machanova (BCom’99) joined PSP Investments in 2008 as a private-equity analyst and has since moved up to manager of private equity.
She sits down with the Montreal Gazette to shed light on her life working for one of Canada’s largest pension investment managers.
Longueuil Police Chief Fady Dagher (EMBA’12) has announced the creation of a new intervention and support team for young people who have been or are at risk of being recruited into the sex trade.
Backed by $852,102 over the next five years from the federal government's crime prevention action fund, the team will target victims of sexual exploitation aged 17 and up.
Roohi Saeed (MBA’06), Head of Communications at Autodesk, is no stranger to travelling for business.
In a recent blog post, she shares her top five tips for making the most of your next business trip.
With the launch of her latest Spring collection, Toronto-born designer Tanya Taylor (BCom’07) talks about her inspirations and future brand directions.
Taylor's collections are inspired by her travels and feature a colorful spectrum of fabrics. Color is often mixed with another favorite: bold prints, which first begin as a hand-painting.
In November 2018, students enrolled in the Masters of Management in Finance (MMF) program travelled to New York City to witness firsthand how today’s financial sector operates in a booming metropolis.
Over the span of two days and thanks to McGill’s extensive alumni network, students met with 12 distinct financial organizations that operate across a variety of areas, such as asset management, real estate, risk management, and private equity.
Founded by Dara Gallinger (MBA’15), brodflour is the newest addition to Toronto’s bakery scene and sets itself apart by milling 100% of its own flour, which enhances the taste and nutritional value.