The Integrated Management Symposium Series explores management through intimate conversations between prominent McGill academics and world leaders in their fields. The series encourages participants to broaden their perspective in order to address the significant ecological, social, and economic challenges facing today's societies.
These free symposia are generously supported by our benefactor, Marcel Desautels, C.M., LLD’07.
The McGill family muses on the future of the university
A celebration of the principalship of Suzanne Fortier
Thursday, September 1, 2022, 5:30 - 6:45 pm (Doors open at 5:00 pm)
McGill Faculty Club, 3450 McTavish St, Montreal, Qc H3A 1X9
Principal Emerita Suzanne Fortier engaged in a reflective conversation with Professor Henry Mintzberg and Susan Mintzberg, doctoral student in Social Work, on their shared perspective of the university in the 21st century. The discussion, moderated by Professor Saku Mantere, covered research, dissemination, education, and administration. Open to on-stage reflection and a Q&A with attendees, the symposium was a venue for critical thinking about how to move collaboratively into the future. View recording of event.
Designing Sustainable Retirement Systems in the Current Environment of Ultra-Low Yields
Wednesday, November 3, 2021, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm EST
Ultra-low bond yields are putting a major strain on retirement systems across the globe. Asset managers must find ways to continue delivering adequate returns for pensioners without taking on excessive risks. How can we design retirement systems that are resilient to low yields? The Integrated Management Symposium addressed these questions and marked the opening ceremony of the 2021 McGill International Portfolio Challenge (MIPC). The discussion was be moderated by Sebastien Betermier, Associate Professor of Finance.
The symposium featured Barbara Zvan, Inaugural President and Chief Executive Officer of University Pension Plan Ontario, and Eduard van Gelderen, Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer of PSP Investments.
McGill Faculty Club,
3450 McTavish St, Montreal, Qc H3A 1X9
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2021 McGill International Portfolio Challenge (MIPC)