Ipanema Technologies Adds Senior Executives to Oversee Service Providers Relationships, Business Development
Ipanema Technologies, the industry leader in application performance solutions for business efficiency, took another step to accelerate its worldwide growth with the appointment of Tim Alden as VP of Service Providers and Youssef Kassissia (MBA’03) as VP of Business Development.
Scott McDonald (BCom’89) has been named President of Oliver Wyman. In this new role, Mr. McDonald will take on overall leadership for all of Oliver Wyman’s management consulting activities, and will report to John Drzik, the CEO of Oliver Wyman Group and a member of the Marsh & McLennan Companies Executive Committee. Oliver Wyman Group includes NERA and Lippincott in addition to Oliver Wyman.
Pascal Lépine (EMBA’12): Je pense à trois réalisations qui me rendent très fiers. Tout d’abord, mon implication sociale auprès de plusieurs organisations, dont PROMIS, qui vient en aide aux nouveaux arrivants.
Andy Nulman (BCom’83) started off as a journalist for a weekly newspaper when he was 16 years old. He became entertainment editor at the age of 17 and was fired at 22. He then went on to co-found Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, which he built to monstrous proportions. He worked with every major star from Jerry Seinfeld to John Cleese to Chris Rock to Steve Martin.
Agnes Deng, co-manager of the $97- million Excel China, sees signs of a market rally despite a slowdown in China's rate of economic growth. "We strongly believe that 2012, in terms of cheap valuations, growth opportunities and improved monetary and government policies, will point to a higher return on the equity market," says the head of Hong Kong equities at Baring Asset Management (Asia) Ltd.
Marc André Dorion and fellow McGill hockey player Ann-Sophie Bettez (BCom’11) recorded a historic sweep of the BLG Awards, honouring Canada's top male and female university athletes. It was the first time in the 20-year history of the awards that one school had claimed both the male and female awards, which carry with it a $10,000 scholarship to attend a Canadian university grad school.
In early 2007, Imran Amed (BCom’96) had only recently launched his fashion consultancy, London-based Imran & Co., when he began a series of online musings about clothes and the business of selling them. … Indeed, a hallmark of The Business of Fashion is its credibility, unusual among fashion blogs.
With only one month left in the fiscal year, we need your help to make our goal of $1,000,000 a reality.
Nipun Sharma (BCom'97), founder of Tandori Indian Cuisine concept for MTY Group at Nipun Inc would like to announce that MTY Group received the prestigious Pinnacle Award.
Robert Goldberger (MBA'85) is interviewed by the National Post on the subject of philanthropy