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Bourstad Webinar: How Capital Markets Work

Monday 15 Feb 2021
From 7PM To 8PM

Webinar organized as part of the 34th edition of the Bourstad Stock Market Challenge, reserved to the participants of the Bourstad Challenge.

Invited Expert: Miville Tremblay, Invited Fellow at CIRANO


Information: Paul Bourget, Bourstad's project director at CIRANO (bourgetp@cirano.qc.ca or 514 985-4000, poste 3006) bourstad.cirano.qc.ca

Paul Bourget

With an MBA in finance and information systems (McGill) and a BAA in marketing (HEC Montréal), Paul Bourget is the creator of the Bourstad Challenge and has been its pedagogical director since its launch in 1987. He has had a career in college teaching while taking on various coordination and research mandates. Between 2010 and 2014, he piloted a financial education project at Collège de Rosemont that meets the needs of the adult population. He is continuing his teaching career in the Continuing Education Department at Collège de Rosemont. He joined CIRANO in 2015. He is responsible for two financial education projects: the Bourstad simulations and the FinÉcoLab educational games.

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Miville Tremblay

A CIRANO Invited Fellow since 2018, Miville Tremblay is also a Senior Fellow of the CD Howe Institute and a regular op-ed contributor for La Presse.

Previously, he was Senior Director and Regional Representative at the Montréal Office (Financial Markets) of the Bank of Canada and has been for 17 years a member of the Bank’s Monetary Policy Review Committee and Financial System Review Committee.

Mr. Tremblay joined the Bank from the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, where he was Director of Strategic Intelligence. He also worked for several years as a financial journalist, particularly for the daily newspaper La Presse, reporting on economic policies and financial markets. At the beginning of his career, he taught Canadian politics at the State University of New York.

Mr. Tremblay is the author of two books on finance and business and has received numerous distinctions, including the Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy and the Prix du livre d’affaires PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Mr. Tremblay has an Executive MBA from the Université du Québec à Montréal, a master’s degree in Public Policy Analysis from the Université Laval, and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from McGill University. He holds the designation of chartered financial analyst (CFA), and he is a former president of CFA Montréal. He also holds the ICD.D designation.

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