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Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan CEO Visits CFA Class

October 24, 2013
Business & Professional Studies

Last week, current and former Passing the CFA students from the U of T School of Continuing Studies had the rare opportunity to see a dynamic presentation by Jim Leech, President and CEO of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP).

Michael Hlinka, Jim Leech, and Dean Marilynn Booth

Mr. Leech shared the secrets of what has made OTPP one of the top investment funds of its kind in the world, and provided great insight and knowledge into the broader investment landscape. In the process, he gave the packed room a wonderful opportunity to learn from one of Canada’s most successful leaders in the financial and investment fields.

Below is a gallery of photos from this exciting presentation.

 

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