We are heading towards a new year with new goals and it is a good time to take stock of one's career plans. To support you in that process, join the TMAC Toronto community as it hosts a panel of treasury professionals at different stages of their careers who will share their perspectives on how their roles have evolved, how they think about their careers and what personal development steps they recommend as critical to succeed in this profession. To complement the practitioner views, we will also include a professional recruiter from the treasury space to outline her views on key skills sets you should foster during your career journey.
Don't miss this chance to network with industry peers and take full advantage of real-world insights and guidance from those who have succeeded in the field!
TMAC is thrilled to invite the following individuals to participate in this panel discussion for this educational session:
In previous roles, Amit was the CFO of a private equity sponsored specialty finance company headquartered in Canada which he helped grow and eventually sell. In this role, Amit helped grow the balance sheet, secure long-term financing and helped develop new lines of consumer product offerings. Amit also spent 10 years in a number of senior management roles at General Electric, where he served as Treasurer of GE Canada, the United States and Middle East. In addition, Amit had also served as the Vice President & Treasurer at George Weston and their group of companies including Loblaws and PC Bank. Amit began his career at Ernst & Young. Amit is a CPA, CA, a CFA Charterholder and has his CPA (Illinois). In addition, Amit earned his MBA from The Johnson School at Cornell University and his Honours Bachelor of Commerce from McMaster University.
Nasreen believes in focusing on collaboration over competition, in working together to support, inspire and assist one another, and is always willing to share ideas on how we, as treasury professionals, can help raise one another.
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