WCM & CFA Society Toronto in conjunction with Kaplan Schweser Announce 2020 Award Scholarship Recipients

By WCM & CFA Society Toronto | January 20, 2020
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TORONTO | January 20, 2020 - WCM and CFA Society Toronto announce the 2020 recipients of their partnered Award Scholarship. WCM and CFA Society Toronto are pleased to continue their strategic partnership, providing winners with an opportunity to further their individual study programs with access to invaluable exam preparation offered through Kaplan Schweser, for the upcoming June CFA Exam.

The 2020 Scholarship recipients are: 

  • Aishat Jayeola Olarinde, RBC
  • Angha Gupta, KingSett Capital
  • Ashley Copeland, CIBC
  • Aurora Pérez-Méndez, CIBC 
  • Caitlin Gag, CIBC
  • Erica Camilleri, Manulife Investment Management
  • Gail (Aigul) Narzhanova, Ernst & Young
  • Garima Gupta, CIBC
  • Hayley Schroder, Scotiabank
  • Jacqueline Kope, HSBC
  • Janet (Yu) Liu, TD Securities
  • Joy Yang, Manulife Investment Management
  • Julia Xu, Capital One
  • Lily Wong, Investment Management Corporation of Ontario
  • Lulu Yang, Marret Asset Management Inc.
  • Pauline Sels, Manulife Investment Management
  • Qiting (Ting) Xia, Manulife
  • Samantha Groves, Scotiabank
  • Yana Staroverova, HSBC

The WCM and CFA Society Toronto Award Scholarship is a key example of how we are growing the pipeline of female talent within our industry.  This scholarship offers recipients with significant support in achieving this important financial designation.

Learn more about WCM & CFA Society Toronto Award Scholarship.


About WCM 

WCM is the largest network of professional women in the Canadian financial sector and the voice of advocacy for women in our industry. On behalf of our 2000 professional members across Canada, WCM is committed to accelerating diversity across the Canadian financial industry through advocacy, research, pipeline and programming. WCM unites global financial institutions in an industry-wide approach to close the gender gap, by working with our partners, members and stakeholders on initiatives that increase gender equality, diversity and inclusion. 

About CFA Society Toronto                                                                                    

Founded in 1936, CFA Society Toronto is part of the worldwide network of CFA Institute member societies that lead the investment profession globally by promoting the highest standards of ethics, education and professional excellence for the ultimate benefit of society. CFA Society Toronto represents the interests of over 10,000 investment professionals in the Greater Toronto Area through advocacy, education, events, and professional development.  For more information visit http://www.cfatoronto.ca or follow us on Twitter @cfatoronto and on LinkedIn CFA Society Toronto. Chartered Financial Analyst® and CFA® are registered trademarks owned by CFA Institute.

For further information, please contact:
Camilla Sutton
President & CEO, WCM
[email protected]

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