TORONTO, Feb. 22 /CNW/ - The Investment Industry Association of Canada
(IIAC) is pleased to announce that Quentin Broad from CIBC World
Markets Inc. is the recipient of the 2010 IIAC Future Leader
"It's an honour to have won this prestigious award," said Quentin Broad,
Managing Director, Head of Equity Research, CIBC World Markets Inc.
"I'd like to congratulate the other candidates and thank the IIAC for
giving me this amazing opportunity."
The IIAC Future Leader Scholarship Award recognizes an employee from one
of IIAC's member firms who best demonstrates community involvement,
leadership, industry achievement and commitment to the Canadian
As recognition for his success in the competition, Quentin will be
attending one session of SIFMA's education program, the Securities
Industry Institute (SII), at the Wharton School of Business in
Philadelphia from March 6th to 11th, 2011. The prize, valued at approximately $10,000, includes cost of
tuition, transportation to and from Philadelphia, accommodation during
the trip and $1,000 cash.
Applications were reviewed by a panel of judges which consisted of
prominent members of the industry, including: Doug Hall, Past Chair,
Nova Scotia Business Inc.; Harold MacKay, Counsel & Former Managing
Partner & Chairman, MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP; Jean Martel,
Partner, Lavery LLP; and Joe Oliver, past President and Chief Executive
Officer, Investment Dealers Association of Canada (IDA).
"The caliber of this year's candidates to the Future Leader competition
was impressive," said Ian Russell, President and CEO, IIAC. "It really
demonstrates the depth of talent and community commitment of our
industry executives and telegraphs the success of this year old awards
For more information regarding the IIAC Future Leader Scholarship
Program, please visit www.iiac.ca.
The Investment Industry Association of Canada (IIAC)
The Investment Industry Association of Canada (IIAC) is a member-based
professional association that advances the growth and development of
the Canadian investment industry. The IIAC acts as a strong, proactive
voice to represent the interests of our member firms, which range in
size from small firms to large organizations that employ thousands of
individuals across the country. Our members work with Canadians to help
build prosperity and investment security for investors and their
families. For more information, please visit www.iiac.ca.
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