National Webinar - Not everything that counts can be counted

January 28, 2016 1:00 PM to 2:00 PMOnline
Area of Interest: Investments Format: Web



OVERVIEW

Canadian institutions are increasingly feeling pressure to satisfy the short-term expectations of investors, board members and others.

In this session, Christine Girvan, Managing Director at MFS Investment Management, looks at how asset owners and asset managers can be more aligned with overcoming the growing prevalence of short-term thinking.

Christine will provide a look at the research surrounding today’s industry issues and share her thoughts on why investors would be better off focusing on “difficult-to-measure” factors, like culture and team dynamics.

Fees and Registration
Membership Types Regular Price Plan Sponsor Price
Regular membership $0.00 CDN $0.00 CDN
Associate $0.00 CDN $0.00 CDN
Student $0.00 CDN -
Non Member $65.00 CDN $50.00 CDN
Cancellation Policy

Christine Girvan

Christine Girvan
Managing Director
MFS Investment Management

Christine Girvan is a managing director and head of Canadian sales for MFS Investment Management Canada. She is based in Toronto.

Christine joined MFS in 2010 as a managing director and head of Canadian sales for MFS Institutional Advisors, Inc., the global institutional asset management subsidiary of MFS. She later transferred to MFS Investment Management Canada in 2011 following the integration of McLean Budden into MFS. Previously, Christine spent nine years at Fortis Investment Management Canada Ltd., where she held the positions of chief executive officer, head of North American sales, and vice president of Global Investments. She was a vice president of International Investments for Guardian Capital, Inc., for six years and worked as an equity
fund manager for one year at Credit Lyonnais Asset Management in France.

Christine graduated from the University of Lyon, France, with a master’s degree in portfolio management and financial planning. She is a certified analyst from the European Federation of Financial Analyst Societies

For questions or more information about this webinar, please contact the CPBI National Office at 514-288-1222, ext.24 or by email at webinar@cpbi-icra.ca





















CE credits will be offered through partnerships with the following provincial insurance councils across Canada: Pacific Insurance Council, Alberta Insurance Council, Saskatchewan Insurance Council, The Institute for Advanced Financial Education (Advocis) and La Chambre de sécurité financière.


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