NHC has successfully host several industry/function salons which helps students and attendee acquire first-hand updated industry information and deepen understand of how different functions operate. We have invited lots of managers as our speakers to analyze financial functions from various prospective. And this year we would host more upcoming salons.

Capital Market Salon

In November-December 2017, a series of sessions designed to to learn about key areas within the capital markets from experienced industry professionals. Each session will feature a keynote presentation in which the speaker will share his or her personal journey and some important factors to consider for a successful career in the capital markets. The keynote presentation will be followed by a panel discussion and an opportunity to network with peers and industry professionals…

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Market Risk Salon

In April 2017, NHC host four sessions in Market Risk Salon covered Market Risk Governance, Market Risk Measurement, Market Risk Framework, Marketing Risk Reporting & Analytics. The knowledgeable guests shared their different opinions on the future development and current conflicts in market risk area from working perspectives based on years of sharp observations…

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Treasury Salon

In May 2017, NHC invites several professionals working in different institutions to deeply analyze working content and skills requirements of Treasury. The three sessions would show you a big picture of treasury and precise knowledge of daily operations, detailed explanation of organization structure in Treasury department and the coordination and support between various functions…

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2018 Risk Salon

During May 2018, we have gathered the top insights, risk expertise from Toronto’s financial community to showcase in-depth knowledge and latest regulations in risk management.  Three sessions were presented on the following specific topics: Market Risk – Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB), Counterparty Credit Risk (CCR) and Operational Risk.

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