YCIF OTTAWA PRESENTS: A LUNCHEON WITH MR. JIM LEECH, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE ONTARIO TEACHERS PENSION PLAN
Friday, December 9, 2011 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)
YCIF OTTAWA PRESENTS: A LUNCHEON WITH MR. JIM LEECH, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE ONTARIO TEACHER'S PENSION PLAN
When: Friday, December 9, 2011 from 11:00am - 1:00pm
Where: National Arts Center (NAC), 53 Elgin Street, at Confederation Square, Ottawa
Young Canadians in Finance cordially invites you to attend a luncheon reception at the National Arts Centre featuring a keynote address by Mr. Jim Leech – President and CEO of Ontario Teachers Pension Plan. This is a unique opportunity to meet the President of the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan and ask him questions in an informal setting. This is also a chance to meet fellow young professionals in Ottawa from the private, public and political sectors working in areas related to finance, economics, law and accounting.
The event is sponsored by Canada's Venture Capital and Private Equity Association and Certified Management Accountants. The event will take place at the National Arts Center (NAC) which is located at 53 Elgin Street, at Confederation Square, Ottawa. A three course lunch will be provided at 12:00 pm with dessert served promptly at 12:45 pm.
The event is $20 for YCIF members and $40 for non-members. Space is limited – members and non-members can register at http://ycifandjimleech.eventbrite.com. As tickets will be verified at the door, please feel free to contact us if you have any questions with respect to membership status.
Please note that YCIF Ottawa's speakers’ series events are typically twice oversubscribed, and there will be limited non-member tickets available for this event as well. Please register early to confirm your ticket.
About Mr. Jim Leach
As head of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Jim Leech oversees the management of the pension fund and the administration of pensions for 295,000 plan members in Ontario. Mr. Leech joined Teachers’ in 2001 to lead Teachers’ Private Capital and was appointed President and CEO in 2007.
Under his leadership, Teachers’ Private Capital became one of the world’s leading private equity investors. Before joining Teachers’, Mr. Leech was president and CEO of Unicorp Canada Corporation, one of Canada's first public merchant banks, and Union Energy Inc., then one of North America's largest integrated energy and pipeline companies. During the 1990s, Mr. Leech guided two start-up technology companies to the revenue generation stage.
About Young Canadians in Finance
Young Canadians in Finance provides Canadians working in the private and public financial sectors an intimate network that enables them to take leading roles in finance and economics. We promote the collaboration and education of our members to achieve a greater collective success and build a more competitive Canadian financial system.
Young Canadians in Finance currently has over 90 members in our chapters in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, New York, Washington (D.C.), and London (U.K.). For more information regarding membership, please visit http://www.ycif.org
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Young Canadians in Finance - (YCIF Ottawa)
Young Canadians in Finance provides Canadians working in the private and public financial sectors an intimate network that enables them to take leading roles in finance, law, accounting and economics. We promote the collaboration and education of our members to achieve a greater collective success and build a more competitive Canadian financial system.
We currently have over 500 members in our chapters in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, New York, London and Washington, DC.