Women in Capital Markets is the largest network of professional women in the Canadian capital markets industry. We are committed to attracting and developing a growing pool of talented professionals and advancing those women into senior leadership positions in the industry. We connect, coach and advocate for women in the Canadian capital markets and work to provide the network, skills and support required to excel at every stage of our members careers.
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September 10, 2015
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
This Bloomberg workshop will cover excel functions of the Bloomberg terminal. The presentation will provide information on how to use standard excel add-ins, customize your datasets, download multiple securities data series in one spreadsheet etc. This is an excellent opportunity for WCM members who have some experience with the Bloomberg terminal to advance their understanding of the functionality and usefulness of Bloomberg as a research and analytic tool in a lunchtime workshop format. Capital markets professionals in multiple areas will benefit from this workshop. Note: Light refreshments (i.e. cookies, cereal bars, candies) will be provided.
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"The 2014 WCM Emerging Leaders Coaching Award has been extremely rewarding. Not only has it enhanced my leadership and management skills but also demanded more intentional thought on how best to leverage my key competencies and bridge the gaps. I was able to focus on how to best elevate the value that I can bring to my organization, continue to cultivate new development opportunities and reach some important milestones in my career."
- Sophia Soofi, Executive Director, CIBC & 2014 Emerging Leaders Recipient