"If you’re not failing, you’re not pushing your limits, and if you’re not pushing your limits, you’re not maximizing your potential" - Ray Dalio
I am a third year economics and financial management student. I recently finished a co-op at RBC working as a Technical Financial Analyst for the Financial and Regulatory Reporting division where I helped construct and analyze balance sheet and supplementary information on the report to shareholders. I am currently an ambassador for the CFA Society Toronto where I held answer questions students have about the CFA designation. In addition, I am a Director of Economic Research for Laurier Economics Club where I reports on interesting economic topics. During my time of leisure I enjoy playing squash, tennis, and going on hikes. A fun fact about me is that I learned to beat blackjack using pure statistics.
I teach Bloomberg and Finance courses, specifically Fixed Income Analysis, Options, Futures, and Derivatives and Investment Strategies. I believe students should take these courses to expand their knowledge about the financial markets, whether it be for trading, research or understanding. These courses build fundamentals and insights onto what happens in financial markets, hedge funds and financial institutions. We also look at cases and scenarios on when these courses apply to the financial markets. Students who are interested in working in the finance industry or want to invest using different strategies should take these courses.