Bruce Choy, Partner, PwC Canada
Audience are encouraged to bring their own lunch.
The treasury department of a bank is responsible for balancing and managing the daily cash flow and liquidity of funds within the bank. The department also handles the bank's investments in securities, foreign exchange, asset/liability management and cash instruments.
Dr. Bruce Choy
Partner, PwC Canada
Dr. Bruce Choy is a Partner with PwC’s financial services consulting group. He joined PwC in New York in 2014 and moved to Toronto in late 2016. Before PwC, Bruce served for a decade as a senior bank executive with one of the world’s largest multinational financial conglomerates, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. There he led departments managing market risk and balance sheet management. Prior to becoming an executive, Bruce worked in front office with ANZ’s Global Capital Markets team after leaving a tenure-track academic career with the University of Sydney. He has extensive international financial services experience throughout Asia, Australasia and North America.
Bruce was awarded a doctorate based on his research on mathematics in risk management and is a Sloan Fellow from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.