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Speaker Event - Making Sense of the Market

  • 18 Sep 2012
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • National Arts Centre - Fountain Room


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Topic:  Making Sense of the Market

AFPC-Ottawa is excited to announce that Ms. Catherine Murray – popular news anchor for the Business News Network (BNN) – will be helping us launch our 2012/13 event year by sharing her views on major market trends.

Drawing from her extensive business background, where she co-founded her own capital firm and worked at Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs, Murray helps audiences make sense of the tumultuous, ever-shifting world of global business.

On her daily BNN show, The Business News, Murray is the go-to source for C-level executives across Canada.  In her talks, she touches on everything from the current state of the global economy, to the specific need-to-know trends of almost any industry.

In an inter-connected global marketplace that is constantly changing, what are the biggest trends that can help guide your business decisions? Where are the markets -- both in Canada and across the world -- heading?  And, most importantly, what does this all mean for your industry? With unparalleled experience and unshakeable poise, Murray gives audiences concrete takeaways that can help anyone anticipate what is next for their organization.

Speaker:  Catherine Murray

A refreshing new business anchor, BNN's Catherine Murray tracks, explains, and opines on the market--connecting with audiences through her personal style and eye for the big economic picture. What really sets Murray apart, though, is her considerable background working at the upper reaches of the corporate, financial, and retail worlds.

Murray is a co-host on BNN's Market Sense and the anchor of The Business News, Canada's leading business newscast. Her talks draw from her extensive experience in the fields of business, finance and retail. Before joining the BNN team in 2011, Murray was the Managing Director and Head of Institutional Equities at North South Capital, which she co-founded in 2009. Murray founded North South Capital to fill a need in the marketplace for money making ideas, transparency in terms of pay and incentives, and an emphasis on "the client comes first". If you focus your business on the client and put the client first, says Murray, you will succeed--even during times of economic uncertainty.

Prior to co-founding North South Capital, Murray was Vice-President of Institutional Sales and Trading at Deutsche Bank, and an associate at Goldman Sachs for Institutional Sales and Trading. She has extensive experience in the retail sector from her time as a specialty retail associate analyst at William Blair. Murray's expertise ranges from global macroeconomic trends to specific sector and industry analysis, breaking down the hottest business trends with unmatched eloquence and skill in her customizable talks.

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