The event is now closed. Stay tuned for more information about our next Buy Side for North York General in fall 2022.
During this event we heard from two speakers from Toronto-based hedge funds discuss their careers, their firms’ investment styles, investment lessons learned, and advice for navigating buy side recruiting.
The session will involve prepared questions from the panel moderator, as well as an opportunity for you to ask any questions you have. The event will also feature a networking reception with food and drinks.
- Naz Karolia is an analyst at Polar Asset Management. Polar is a multi-strategy hedge fund with expertise in long / short equity and fixed income, as well as convertible arbitrage, SPAC arbitrage, and other areas. Prior to joining Polar, Naz worked in equity sales roles at Beacon Securities, Paradigm Capital, and Laurentian Bank.
- Sachin Gupta is a senior analyst and partner at Picton Mahoney Asset Management. Picton Mahoney is a hedged equity and fixed income firm. Prior to joining Picton Mahoney, Sachin spent time at DBRS and Goldman Sachs.
- The panel will be moderated by Andrew Iu, Portfolio Manager and Director of Research at Burgundy Asset Management. Burgundy is a global equity firm focused on quality value investing. Burgundy’s Head of People and Talent, Robyn Ross, will be available during the networking reception.
- Charles Morrison will also be available during the networking reception to represent Aryeh Capital. Charles is a senior analyst at Aryeh, which is a hedge fund focused on global equities and distressed debt.
- Date / Time:
6 – 8 p.m. on July 12, 2022
Bay Wellington Tower, Brookfield Place
181 Bay Street, Suite 4510, Toronto
These speakers have graciously volunteered their time in support of North York General Hospital. Before the event, we will ask for a donation and all proceeds will go to the North York General Foundation.
Registration for this event is currently at capacity. If you’d like to be added to the waitlist please use the form below.
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