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BOURDAGES-PREVOST, Felix (B.A.&Sc. Economics, 2007) completed a two-year Master of Science in Finance at HEC Lausanne in Switzerland, specializing in Financial Engineering and Risk Management. He is now an International Manager for HSBC.

DACHARUX, Krist (B.Comm, Economics, 2007) has worked as an Economist at the Bank of Thailand for three years, with major responsibilities focusing on Macroeconomics. Now he is pursuing further study at Asian Public Policy Program, Hitotsubashi University, Japan, and expected to graduate in 2012.

DARRAG, Shady (Economics, 2009) will be starting a position as a Research Assistant in the Office of Budget and Planning at the International Monetary Fund.

GOVANI, Hussein (Economics, 2006) has been working at Deloitte & Touche in Vancouver as a Senior Analyst in international tax consulting but is leaving in March to do his MBA at the Ivey School of Business at Western--"going back to the snow and cold," as he says.

MACMILLAN, David (Economics and Political Science, 2006) spent 2 years teaching English in Japan through the JET Programme. He is currently completing his MSc in International Trade and Finance at the University of Glasgow.

PRUIJSSERS, Jorien (Economics, 2008) will be starting MSc Law and Accounting at the London School of Economics in October.

SANMIGUEL, David (BA Honours Economics & Finance, 2007) is currently living and working in Toronto in the project financing business, mainly public-private partnerships. He remains a Habs fan.

SONDHI, Sahil (Economics & Political Science, 2008) is a microfinance consultant working to expand and replicate a community-based microcredit endowment fund model in Central Java, Indonesia. Simultaneously, his team is building a supplementary microfinance institution that will add to the financial services currently offered at the grassroots level.

SUCHAIL, Anaïs (Joint Honours Economics and Finance, 2008) will be starting MSc in Accounting and Finance at the London School of Economics in October.

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