CPPIB’s Women’s Leadership Conference: Here’s What You Can Expect
Networking is important for professionals in every field, but it’s especially critical in Finance. This fast-paced line of work can be challenging to break into, so it helps to know people who have navigated the process before and can help steer you in the right direction. This is exactly what the CPP Investment Board Women’s Leadership Conference was designed for.
An inside look into CPPIB and WCM Women’s Internship Program
Internships are incredibly valuable tools for students who are looking to develop their professional skill-set early on. It’s an opportunity to test the waters and draw from the knowledge of experienced individuals in their field.
A Look At Women In Finance: How CPPIB Sets Them Up For Success
Finance is a great career for individuals who are highly motivated, enjoy problem solving and are eager to learn and contribute in a team based environment. For Rebecca Hoang, CPPIB provides an opportunity to challenge herself and build a valuable set of technical and interpersonal skills.
Choosing The Right Career Path With An Expert From CPPIB
Whether you're exploring opportunities in finance or fine-tuning your career plans, CPP Investment Board has a lot to offer students and grads. Discover the different paths and options CPPIB has to offer.
Inside Look: Starting Your Career With CPP Investment Board
Melanie Ayer, Talent Acquisition Advisor at CPP Investment Board, offers a quick introduction to different pathways to careers with CPPIB and explains what a great candidate for CPPIB looks like.
Meet Women In Finance At CPP Investment Board
Bronwyn Ward, Charissa Lai and Julie Mallory are three women who have found rewarding careers in finance with CPP Investment Board. These three women are unanimous in recommending a finance career at CPPIB.
Behind The Scenes With A New Grad Analyst At The CPP Investment Board
Jessica Morris is recent graduate of Western University’s Richard Ivey School of Business who now works as a Private Investments Analyst at the CPP Investment Board in Toronto.
From Intern To Full-Time Employee At CPP Investment Board
While the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Investment Board is tasked with managing Canadian savings, it’s also an active participant in the finance world outside of Canada. With two new offices opening in New York and São Paulo in 2014, CPP Investment Board is well-positioned to give students exposure to financial deals on a global scale.