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The CFA Society Brazil is pleased to invite you to attend the

11 Jan 2018 | 19:00 - 21:00

| Free
Monetary Policy and Long term Investing

Speaker(s): Tiff Macklem
Karina Saade
Mauro Miranda, CFA

Date: 11 Jan 2018

Time: 19:00 - 21:00

Venue: Renaissance São Paulo Hotel
Al. Santos, 2233 - São Paulo, SP Brazil
■ Target audience: CFA Society Brazil members and Special Guests
■ This event is free of charge for CFA Society Brazil members
■ The presentation will be in English (no translation will be provided)

Tiff Macklem
Dean at Rotman School of Management
Tiff Macklem is Dean of Rotman School of Management. Since coming to Rotman, Tiff has also been appointed the chair of the board of the Global Risk Institute, chair of Ontario's Panel on Economic Growth and Prosperity, a director of Scotiabank, and a member of the Asian Business Leaders Advisory Board. Prior to Rotman, Tiff served as senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada and was also the Bank's chief operating officer and a member of its board of directors, overseeing strategic planning and coordinating the Bank’s operations. Prior to his appointment at the Bank, Tiff served as associate deputy minister of the federal Department of Finance and Canada’s finance deputy at the G7 and G20, the IMF, and the Financial Stability Board. He also served as chair of the Standing Committee on Standards Implementation of the Financial Stability Board. Prior to these positions, Tiff occupied increasingly senior positions in the Bank of Canada's Research Department (now Canadian Economic Analysis) until his appointment as chief of that department in January 2000. He was appointed adviser to the governor in August 2003. In 2003-4, he was seconded to the Department of Finance, returning to the Bank as a deputy governor in December 2004. He re- joined Finance as associate deputy minister in 2007. Tiff is a well-known expert in monetary and financial systems and has contributed articles to academic journals, as well as providing chapters and commentaries on monetary and financial sector policy and international economics in books and conference proceedings. Born in Montréal, Quebec, Tiff graduated from Queen's University in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in economics, and completed a master’s degree and a PhD in economics at the University of Western Ontario.
Karina Saade
COO of Latin America and Iberia at Blackrock
Karina Saade, Managing Director, is the COO of Latin America and Iberia. Ms. Saade is also responsible for the region's Product Development and Business Strategy functions. In addition, she is a member of the Americas Executive Committee, the C-20 Committee, and Latin America's Regional Executive Committee. Ms. Saade joined BlackRock in 2007 as a senior credit analyst in BlackRock's New York-based Portfolio Management Group, covering banks and other financial services companies. Prior to moving to her current role in 2013, Ms. Saade was part of the leadership team for BlackRock's Brazil office. Before BlackRock, Ms. Saade held positions in the credit risk management and investment banking divisions of Goldman Sachs in New York, focusing on consumer, retail, and financial services companies. Ms. Saade earned a BA degree, with distinction, in economics and international relations from Stanford University in 2002 and an MBA degree from Harvard University in 2007.
Mauro Miranda, CFA
President at CFA Society Brazil
President of CFA Society Brazil since 2016. Mauro has built his professional career in fixed income, including in the structured debt and private credit areas. He began his career in foreign debt management at the Central Bank of Brazil. He then worked as a fixed income trader and structurer, among other positions, at the banks Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, Banco Fator and ABN Amro Bank in New York, London and São Paulo. He holds bachelor’s degrees in International Relations and in Economics from the University of Brasília and an MBA from Columbia Business School. Mauro was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 2006 and obtained the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) certification in 2011.
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