The 2012 Desautels Business Conference on Sustainability (DBCS) was held at McGill from January 19th to 21st to promote discussion and education among business-minded delegates through a three-day speaker series.
Desautels BCom students Marc-Antoine Allen, Nicolas Bellemare, and Ryan M. Galea have won 3 of the 8 scholarships offered by the Montreal CFA Society in collaboration with CFA Institute.
Desautels alumni, Aldo Albert Daniel Bensadoun, O.C. (BCom’64) and Seymour Schulich, O.C. (MBA’65), were appointed Officers of the Order of Canada. Lawrence S. Bloomberg, C.M., O. Ont (MBA’65) was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada.
Desautels Faculty of Management BCom students took six top 3 podiums at the 24th edition of the Jeux du Commerce, hosted by Laval University in Quebec City from January 5 to 8, 2012.
This year, five CA candidates from Quebec earned a place on the UFE Honour Roll of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, which recognizes the highest standings in Canada on the UFE. Three of the five are from the Desautels Faculty of Management.
39 graduates of the Desautels Graduate Diploma in Public Accountancy Program successfully passed the 2011 Uniform Evaluation (UFE). Matthew Cote (BCom’10, GDPA’11), Isabelle Giguère (BCom’10, GDPA’11) and Melanie Wiseblatt (BCom’10, GDPA’11) all made the Canadian Honour Roll.
Grands Montréalais - La Chambre entend mettre davantage en relief la valeur des membres de son académie
Les Aldo Bensadoun, Frédéric Back, Pierre Fortin et Sid Stevens deviennent les derniers académiciens en titre.
McGill BCom students take 3rd place at the CUIBE-Northeastern University International Case Competition 2011
McGill BCom students Anna Chif, Abigail Liederman, Alyson Murphy and Ruxandra Niculescu put their case analysis and presentation skills to the test once again at the 2nd annual CUIBE-Northeastern University International Case Competition which took place from November 3 to 6, 2011.
Unfortunately, all boys and girls throughout the world are not given equal opportunities when it comes to education. This is something Maria, Amena and Zareen Ali, three sisters, became fully aware of following a visit to India. On their return to Canada, they immediately set about making their contribution to changing the situation by establishing an organization called the Abhilasha Project.
Four McGill undergraduate Management students had forty hours to answer these questions, as they represented the only Canadian school at the Asian Business Case Competition (ABCC) in Singapore earlier this month.