AIMA Canada Investor Forum 2017
Please join us for our 2017 forum with a double theme of Canada's 150th anniversary and the 375th anniversary of the founding of the City of Montréal (then called Ville Marie).
Our 2017 conference will build on the success of previous years with each edition bringing together equal portions of investors, managers, and service providers.The 2017 Forum will also provide several match-making sessions throughout the day where managers, investors, and service providers will have the opportunity to pre-schedule 20-minute meetings to discuss their companies/services via an online platform and mobile app.
- Registration is now open to Real Money Investors only -
View Past Attendees: Here
SELECT 2017 ATTENDEES:
|Investors & Allocators|
Aberdeen Asset Management
|MSTAR Capital Corp.
National Bank of Abu Dhabi
OMERS Capital Markets
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan (OTPP)
Pandion Investments Inc.
RBC Wealth Management
Richardson GMP Ltd. (IAs)
Rothschild Asset Management Inc.
RPMI Railpen (UK)
STM - Société de transport de Montréal
|Canadian & Global Managers|
Aberdeen Asset Management Inc.
Intermediate Capital Group Inc.
|Service Providers & Others|
Government of Canada
|Many Thanks to our Sponsors:|
Special Keynote Speaker:
Princeton University, 2014 Fields Medallist
Manjul Bhargava received the Fields Medal in 2014 for pioneering new methods in the field of number theory. Bhargava is the first Canadian to receive the Fields Medal, considered the highest honor in mathematics.
Bhargava was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and grew up primarily in Long Island, New York. Bhargava studied at Harvard University, where he received his A.B. in 1996. In the same year, he received the Morgan Prize of the American Mathematical Society for his undergraduate research. He started his Ph.D. studies at Princeton, where he was advised by number theorist Andrew Wiles, famous for his 1995 proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem. In his groundbreaking 2001 Ph.D. thesis, Bhargava reformulated and generalized Gauss's law of composition on binary quadratic forms, with surprising results. Bhargava worked afterwards as a visiting scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton and at Harvard University, for one year each, before joining the mathematics department at Princeton University as the R. Brandon Fradd Professor of Mathematics. He also held the prestigious Aisenstadt Chair at the University of Montreal during the academic year 2005-6. Bhargava's work has continued to transform his field, particularly regarding the solutions of cubic equations.
Besides the Fields Medal, Bhargava has received numerous other awards and prizes, such as the AMS Cole Prize (2008), the Blumenthal Award for the Advancement of Research in Pure Mathematics (2005), the Packard Foundation Fellowship in Science and Engineering (2004), and the Mathematical Association of America's Merten M. Hasse Prize for Exposition (2003).
Bhargava is also an accomplished tabla player who has performed in concert halls, and is an admirer of Sanskrit poetry.