UniConnect Calgary: Speed Networking

Tuesday, March 5th 2019
5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

UniConnect Calgary: Speed Networking

UniConnect Calgary presents three speakers who are proven high-achievers with diverse experience in various areas of finance.  Students will have the opportunity to seek professional guidance from, and network with, finance professionals with diverse backgrounds. Participants may discuss career management and advancement, gain insights on specific topics related to finance, and learn from the experiences of accomplished professionals in the industry. This will take place in an intimate small group discussion structure.  

Alison Hierons

Vice President Intern, Commercial Financial Services, RBC

Alison has a strong record of building and leading high performance teams across various business sectors at one of Canada's largest banks.  Her experience includes leading teams of international private client and commercial banking professionals.  In addition to her career, Alison shares her knowledge and experience by teaching multinational finance at Mount Royal University.  

Trina Richards

Assessment Officer, Alberta Securities Commission

Trina's lengthy career has included such experience as global securities, fixed income, currency trading, risk management, and regulatory.  Her diverse roles have provided Trina with opportunities to live abroad and have enabled her to amass a wide range of knowledge within the global finance industry. 

Hannah Smerek

Commodity Derivatives Associate, National Bank Financial

Hannah's diverse experience includes Investment Banking, Corporate Banking, Derivatives, Equities, Fixed Income, and FX.  In her most recent role, Hannah works as a a commodity derivatives trader & originator, specializing in Natural Gas Liquids.  Hannah has a Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Science, with First Class Honours, from Imperial College London, UK.

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