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  • 15 Oct 2021 10:30 PM | Anonymous
    全球疫情趋于平稳,经济发展的各种话题依旧是一个全球热议主题。

    针对大环境下的瞬息万变,CCFA很荣幸请到加拿大驻华大使馆经济参赞、牛津大学博士、加拿大财政部驻华首席代表Dr. Daniel Koldyk. 

    为我们解读全球金融最新走势及加中发展契机。



    时间/Time

    October 31st, 2021, 20:00 EST

    加东时区 2021年10月31日 晚上20:00 

    November 1st, 2021, 8:00 GMT+8

    北京时间  2021年11月1日 早上8:00

    地址/Location

    Zoom (meeting link will be sent two days prior to the event.)

    线上 (讲座开始前两天,我们会将讲座链接发出。)

    报名二维码


  • 03 Oct 2021 10:26 AM | Anonymous

    加中金融协会成立20周年纪念活动

    9月12日尼亚加拉徒步之旅

    CCFA特别活动——属于我们的20周年 加中金融 前天

    为庆祝加中金融协会CCFA(以下简称“协会”)成立20周年,并欢迎就读于麦克马斯特大学的新成员加入,协会于2021年9月12日成功举办了尼亚加拉峡谷徒步活动。总计超过20名协会成员参加了本次活动,也是自疫情以来的首次线下集体活动。协会创始人之一王体先生及现任协会主席顾大局先生受邀参加本次活动。

    参与本次活动的全体人员于下午1点钟在尼亚加拉峡谷公园集合并出发前往美丽的尼亚加拉峡谷,全程徒步约2小时,集体娱乐活动约1小时。活动中,大家积极与他人攀谈,参与集体游戏,并有成员主动贡献了才艺表演,全程氛围融洽、轻松,并纷纷希望协会能够策划更多的此类活动。

    本次活动的意义不仅在于庆祝协会成立20周年以及欢迎新成员的加入,更重要的是丰富大家的业余生活,缓解因疫情产生的紧张情绪。

    The fall season in Canada tends to arrive swiftly without a moment’s notice, so we at the Canadian Chinese Finance Association (CCFA) are very pleased to have caught onto the coattails of summer by successfully hosting a small in-person gathering of over 20 volunteers on Sept 12th at Niagara Glen Hiking Trail. This was special not only because it is CCFA’s 20th year anniversary, but also because our President and a board member were able to meet with the new volunteers who joined us in the last 18 months. This is consistent with our mission of building a global network which creates opportunities and facilitates collaboration between students, academics, and professionals in the financial industry, and we will continue to create opportunities to strengthen bonds within the organization and relationships outside the organization.     

    Ti Wang, RBC Capital Markets with 25+ years, A member of CCFA Board of Directors

    和年轻人一起活动总是非常赏心悦目的:既开心,也好看。我看到了许多积极向上、能力出众的年轻人,看到CCFA的今后。疫情没有让他们消沉、退缩。为他们感到由衷的高兴。加油!

    Da ju, President of CCFA

    在庆祝加中金融协会成立二十周年之际非常高兴地参加由协会社交俱乐部组织的郊游远足,一个疫情之中成功的线下活动。活动中结识了不少新的志愿者,个个年轻幽默,充满朝气。加中金融协会多年来的发展正是得益于这些志同道合者们的积极参与和辛勤付岀

    爱美丽, TD Wealth 4y

    很喜欢这次活动。户外活动让我们重新拥抱自然自由呼吸。这次20周年主题活动是新鲜空气和新鲜血液的碰撞融合,CCFA的几代志愿者的接力。

    Mike, RBC Investment Mgmt

    我是疫情 outbreak 之前半个月加入CCFA的 所以很珍惜第一次在线下和大家见面,遇到很多又会玩又在职场很厉害的朋友们,让我深深感觉到了 work life balance 的重要性。

     Leilei, Mcmaster Mfin final yr

    超级超级开心能参加这次的活动!因为才搬来加拿大又有疫情的缘故,结识新的朋友真的特别困难。感谢CCFA,让我一下认识了这么多新的小伙伴,还找到了老乡。感觉大家都特别友善亲切,希望以后能多多组织活动!!!

    Zoffy, TD+3mons+

    久违的又和大自然建立了连接,更高兴的是能和各位线下见面,很是惊喜,希望之后能继续和大家在线下建立联系。

     Bruce, Amazon-Operation Analyst-1 Month

    疫情后的首次线下面见各位“Zoom网友”,见到大家很兴喜,希望在保证我们安全的前提下,之后我们多组织活动,和大家一起嗨皮。

     Yihan, McMaster 2022.4

    Hiking非常有意思,景色很美,也认识了很多非常nice的前辈。真的觉得非常幸运遇到大家,希望以后也能多多见面呀!

    Shirley , U of T Scarborough

    大三 第一次见面 真切地感受到CCFA的热情~很久没有户外活动 终于有机会又体验到与大自然接触的乐趣 大家的帮助让我很感动!期待以后更多有意思的活动

    Yicent, BMO 7Y

    谢谢大家,一下子20多个人的hiking group还真是头一回,很开心。18个月的在家工作, 你们让我感觉回到了真实的生活,不带口罩,轻松聊天,谢谢!

    Taryn, UT大四Finance & Eco

    加入CCFA一年半多,一直和伙伴们云见面云开会。能够参加这次线下聚会很开心,这次和大家一起的hiking得到了身体和心灵上的双重放松。感慨天公作美,没有烈日炎炎也没有瓢泼大雨,微风轻拂下和伙伴们欢声笑语,一起接触大自然的美好,这样的体验实在是难得。期待下次活动!

    Daniel, McMaster University, 2022 Apr.

    这是我成为CCFA志愿者之后参加的第一次集体活动,而且是一次疫情期间的线下活动,十分难得。非常开心能够加入CCFA大家庭,认识了很多优秀,和善的新朋友。一路美丽的风景,一个如家般的组织,让我在异国他乡也能感受到家一般的温暖。真心希望日后能够有更多的机会跟大家欢聚一堂。

    Yaoyao, McMaster 2022.4

    第一次参加CCFA的线下 户外活动,拥抱自然,感觉心情愉悦。伙伴们都很友善,气氛融洽欢乐,感觉很开心。希望以后能有更多的机会参与这样的活动!

    特别鸣谢以下人员参与本次活动的策划:

    策划:Bruce Guan; Lei Li; Luyang Yan;

    Michael Lu; Yilan Cai; Zoffy Li

    组织:Yilan Cai; Zoffy Li

    游戏设计:Lei Li; Michael Lu

    记录:Daniel Zhang; Lei Li

    摄影:Hongyuan


  • 15 Jul 2021 11:00 AM | Audrey Fu (Administrator)
    CCFA is proud to partner with the McMaster MFIN program this Friday to discuss the various platforms current students can do to maximize their success. This event is exclusively for McMaster students.


  • 19 Mar 2021 5:22 PM | Anonymous

    2021 DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER SERIES (DSS): CHINA'S GEOPOLITICS EVOLUTION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CAPITAL MARKETS


    2021 卓越演讲者系列:中国地缘政治演变及对资本市场的影响

    时隔一年春又回,CCFA将于加东时间2021年3月19日周五晚9点跨洋呈现DSS卓越演讲人系列之中国地缘政治演变及对资本市场的影响 。深度探讨区域全面经济伙伴关系;中国资本市场的透明度;以及全球投资者进入中国面临的机遇和挑战。

    扫描海报二维码立即报名参加或点击报名链接:报名链接

  • 12 Dec 2020 5:18 PM | Anonymous


    Canadian Chinese Finance Association (CCFA) welcome you all to the 2020 Canada China Finance Forum (CCFF) - A New Dynamic: Opportunities from China and the West with industry leaders from both sides of the continent.

    论坛精彩瞬间



    Time:

    7 - 10:30 PM December 12, 2020, EST

    8 - 11:30 AM December 13, 2020, Beijing Time (GMT+8)


    China’s new place in the world economy has created many new investment opportunities across the world despite the headwinds in 2020. With the global economy is slowly regaining its feet, we explore some of the emerging trends and opportunities in this post-pandemic world. We will also look at the current relations between the West and China, and its implications for both institutional and retail investors. In addition, we will take a deep dive into how some firms are using cutting-edge financial technology to create new competitive moats, and how one should best develop their talents in this rapidly evolving world.

     

    2020加中金融论坛新机遇新动态

    被新冠疫情左右全球关键事件的2020年终于走进尾声。但2021年将会带来什么呢它充满了未知也带来无限可能,值得期待。回顾过去展望未来,全球经济步入复苏,我们也来探讨下后疫情的全球趋势和机会。加中金融协会年底巨献2020加中金融论坛。我们非常荣幸地邀请到来自中国和北美的行业领袖,重量级嘉宾共同探讨2021年的市场前景,以及最前沿的金融技术在行业对的应用以及如何在这个充满不确定不断发展的世界中定位自己。


    2020最干货云论坛 锁定

    东部时间  7pmDecember 12,2020

    北京时间  8amDecember 13,2020






  • 07 May 2020 5:11 PM | Anonymous

    CCFA Virtual Investment Seminar, May 7th, 2020

    Overview

    On May 7th, CCFA Investment Forum held the first online investment seminar which discussed the current economic environment under the pandemic. This panel discussion was hosted by Yicent Chen, Vice President in BMO Capital Markets, and moderated by Michael Lu, Business Development Manager in RBC Global Asset Management.

    Abstract

    COVID-19 spread with unprecedented speed around the world, wreaking havoc on global financial markets. In this unprecedented time, we are honored to have Professor Luis Seco, Director of the Mathematical Finance Program in University of Toronto, CEO of the GGSJ Centre of Digital Management and Technology Innovation, and President of Sigma Analysis & Management, and Steven Wang, Investment Counsellor in Manulife Private Wealth to share their insights on the current economic environment. Note that the views and opinions expressed in the session are those of the speakers and do not represent official policies or positions of their associated corporations.

    The coordinated global actions were reminiscent of the sweeping steps taken just over a decade ago to fight a meltdown of the global financial system, but this time the target is very different – a fast-spreading health crisis that is forcing shut-downs of entire societies, all the while with no certain end in sight.

    In this unprecedented time, CCFA is pleased to invite you to participate in an online panel discussion with two accomplished and dexterous professionals on the current economic environment. We will leave time at the end for your questions.

    Speakers

    Steven Wang, Investment Counsellor, Manulife Private Wealth

    Steven is an Investment Counsellor with Manulife Private Wealth. He has over 16 years of experience in the Canadian financial services industry, managing investments on behalf of institutional investors and high-net-worth families. He understands affluent families’ priorities and recommends appropriate solutions accordingly.

    Professor Luis Seco, CEO, Centre of Digital Management and Technology Innovation

    Director, MMF, University of Toronto. 

    President & CEO, Sigma Analysis & Management Ltd.

    Director, RiskLab Toronto

    Director, Fields CQAM

    Michael Lu, Business Development Manager, RBC Global Asset Management

    Panel Discussions

    Current State

    1. Is the recent market recovery overly optimistic?

    Steven:

           Yes and No. The short recovery last week was driven by the medical research progress. However, the research can be divided into two levels – testing and drug development.

           On one hand, the public is more confident that the COVID-19 test is becoming more reliable and we have better chance to eliminate the virus;

           On the other hand, the actual recovery depends on the successful development of the vaccine for the virus which may take a long time.

    Luis:

           Yes and no. The disruption in the supply chain has been massive and I don’t think the market is pricing that.

           However, I would like to focus on the negative side of things, the fiat currency now is worth little.

           For instance, instead of apple stock and the US dollar, people now prefer to hand sanitizer and toilet paper before all hard currencies. The rally occurs as investors don’t value currencies.

    2. Many developed nations like Japan and Sweden are now under a negative interest regime. What does it mean to have negative interest rates and how does that affect these economies?

    Luis:

           In a certain sense, there will be a redefinition of money and most asset classes.

           The concept of negative interest rate makes it hard to price an asset.

           A lot of mathematical models will be broken because they are built on linear assumptions which are now broken.

    Steven:

           Negative interest rate regime would be bad for savers, for example the retired people.

           From the experience of Japan, it's not going to be beneficial for growth. And once you get into the trap, it will be hard to get out of it.

           I would recommend whoever interested in this topic search for “Oaktree Investment Memo” by Mr. Marks.

    3. What is a “typical day” for you during the current quarantine period?

    Steven:

           Mostly the same, a little bit different. I used to always conduct meetings with different mutual fund managers. Now all meetings are all conducted on Zoom or Teams. I also read a lot about the company and news and practice golf in my garden.

    Luis:

           My operation is global, so I start my day with my European partners, then I move to North America and then Australia until midnight.

    4. Do you think the pick-up from the eventual opening of the economy justify the current benefit deficit?  How effective have the global central bank responses been so far?

    Steven:

           I think the benefit deficit filled the gap from the missing productions and services.

           A lot of people are still working actively behind the scene, adding value to the economy. For example, utility, hydro, nature gas, telecom, transportation, trucking, etc.

           The government stimulus program is trying to save the small size businesses from bankruptcy and to save more people from unemployment. This is necessary.

    Luis:

           I agree. It's true that a sector of the economy is slowed down, but another sector will be more productive. I think it's just a massive rotation that is happening right now and new things will be created.

    5. Exxon Mobil revealed a quarterly loss of $610M last Friday, partly driven by a $2.9 billion write-down from a collapse in oil prices. Would oil prices ever recover? What’s your short-term and long-term view on the energy space?

    Steven:

           I think the oil price in the near term (3-6 months) will recover. The oil producers earned money from the future and physical market, depending on their hedge ratio.

           Energy sector is capital intensive, hard to differentiate products without controlling the price, and could be easily impacted by geopolitical events.

           However, crude oil is crucial as fossil fuels and input materials. The world maintains its demand for this energy, and I don’t see any renewable energy could replace it.

    Luis:

           The current level of oil price can be very temporary, as a lot of countries are still very power hungry.

           Some interesting rotation we can see from the energy space is that we can see the consumption of energy is moving away from developed to developing countries.

           Another interesting question would be the currency to value energy. Now the oil is priced by USD, but in the future, we are not sure about that.

    Future Outlook

    1. The Fed restarted QE because of COVID-19 and the stimulus program, what is your view for the equity market in the next 10 years? Another 10 years of bull market?

    Steven:

           I believe the equity market would rally after the pandemic and it could possibly break the previous high in mid-February.

           The capital market is driven by capital inflows and outflows. Printing money could easily pump up the prices for equity and other real assets and move up the market.

           It's a similar scenario like 2019, but it is hard to say if this game can be played continuously.

    Luis:

           In a macro view I also agree. For example, people used to think Toronto real estate market is a bubble, but we will probably see that bubble grow even further.

           However, we used to have a bull market without differentiation, but now differentiation begins to matter.

    2. What’s the chance that the financial market will reach a level lower than what we experienced in mid-March? Any potential catalysts?

    Luis:

           There is lack of information and misinformation in the market and the volatility has become even higher.

           I think the fear will come back and we might see lower lows.

    Steven:

           It may or may not. The market might pull back, but not necessarily break the previous low. When everyone thinks that will happen, it may not happen.

           The short sellers have recorded a big loss recently and it might take them some time to recover, unless some catastrophic events happen again, for example a regional war.

           As a long-term investor, it is not relevant. We should never try to pick and forecast the bottom of the market.

           We should look at the intrinsic value and look beyond the horizon of pandemic.

    3. Do you expect hyperinflation in the next 10 years, given that almost all the central banks around the worlds are pumping money into the economy?

    Steven:

           Inflation will be felt in different areas in different magnitudes. But I didn’t see hyperinflation down the road like the extreme case in Germany and Zimbabwe.

           In the past 10 years, printing money has not necessarily caused high levels of inflation in their location country depending on where that money eventually flows in.

           This will also depend on how different countries define their inflation basket.

           Trump has mentioned bringing back the supply chain from China, which could possibly bring up the production cost and the level of inflation.

    Luis:

           I think what we have right now is deflation, on a very short-term basis.

           We have a lot of money being printed, that means we would expect inflation. On the other hand, we have very big unemployment, which could cause deflation. Which one is going to win? My view is that we are not going to see inflation for the while

           There is a lot of money internationally in pension assets, which are looking for yield. It's going to be very difficult for them to find yield.

    4. In terms of asset allocations, which asset class or sectors will outperform in the next 6 to 12 months?

    Luis:

           We are going to see some new sectors coming out of this, a blend of technology and healthcare. I am not talking about biotech, it’s something completely different.

    Steven:

           Hard to say, it really depends on the progress of human fight against the pandemic and the development of geopolitical drama.

           Normally, sectors being hit the most in the recession will recover faster and will incur higher return.

           In my perspective, the industrial sector has destructed during the pandemic, it will probably recover faster post pandemic. And maybe the banking sector, if the central bank flipped back the interest rate afterwards.

           Also, the technology sector might outperform due to the higher demand as companies striving to be more digital.

    5. What is the general advice you have for our audience who are looking for investing right now?

    Luis:

           I think what is going to be predominant in the future is differentiation.

    Steven:

           Do not borrow money to invest in this kind of market, except that you are buying positive cash-flow rental properties.

           Investment Horizon should be the first thing you look at.

           Think about your skill sets before you invest. Only invest in something you are good at, otherwise buy ETFs. Most people don’t have the expertise to invest in individual stock.

           Think about how much money you are talking about, whether its registered account or general non-registered account?

           Think about what else you have as the rest of your portfolio? Do you have other passive rental income? What's your T4 income? What's your tax bracket?

           You can also delegate to investment professionals.

    Q&A

    1. As more and more AirBnB condos come to the long-term rental market, will it still be worth it to buy investment condos? Over the next 6 months, do you see significant rent reductions?

    Luis:

           Depending on the city. I am very bullish on Toronto’s market as we will be an innovation hub going forward and people have to come to this city every year.

           But be careful with the AirBnB perspective. The tourist sector has been the hardest hit during the pandemic. It’s still unclear how AirBnB will come out of this.

    Steven:

           The Toronto market is still good, but It really depends on the areas, condo vs. detached, buyers, and renters.

           There might be some behavior change in the future. For example, if “working from home” persists, companies might start to shrink their rental area in the downtown area and people wouldn't need to live close to the office. They might want to move out of the high-rise condos and to a detached house.

    2. What are some sectors or industries that have been permanently damaged by this recession, and business models changed and will most likely not come back?

    Luis:

           I think they will all come back, but we are going to see differentiations.

    Steven:

           One thing I can think of, the booking/traveling agency that operates physically in the office. I don’t know how long it will take for people to build up the courage to take cruise again. And nowadays people can plan trips online by themselves.

           Some old business models might be disrupted due to this pandemic and some new business models might evolve into a mainstream or major practice, for example digitalization. 

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    加中金融协会的主席顾大局先生表示这些年来,CCFA一直是华裔移民留学生的重要的平台,也是加中关系的桥梁,身怀使命,加深对加中之间的了解和联系。例如CCFA今年正式举办卓越演讲人系列,为鼓励两国专家就重要主题进行直接对话;还有CCFA专程赴中国为其养老金课题提供专业经验分享 顾大局先生回顾了今年加中金融协会在双边交流取得的成就并寄语:展望未来豪情满怀,历久弥新继续前行。

    晚宴暨年度颁奖盛典除了传统的主旨演讲由著名投资专家Brian Madden2020年市场做前瞻性点评;职场从业人员业余爱好但专业演出的精彩文艺表演以外,此次的亮点在于十个维度也着重对行业的青年人才和榜样人物案例进行授奖表彰;对二十多年中默默支持CCFA在各个方面给予充分帮助的伙伴进行授奖致谢。这是一场榜样的盛宴奏出合作的华彩。聆听台上别人的故事分享喜悦,为获奖的同事好友祝贺,有感悟更有很多期许,希望下一次站在聚光灯下的是自己。

    厚积而薄发,“近三十载功名尘与土,两万里路云和月。CCFA经过28年的沉淀积聚大量华裔泛金融人才,这个社区社交平台也正从容转型成为分享成长推动榜样力量正面影响行业的职场精英平台。上台颁奖BayStreet Group的夏轶男,MarsRock Capital Group 的创始人回忆起十年前参加CCFA的圣诞晚宴和这一路CCFA的陪伴唏嘘不已。获奖”跨界达人“的女仕界”的两位创始人高兴地告诉大家:这是传统行业协会第一次对更广泛跨界创新的认可,这也是体现了CCFA高远的眼界,包容协作的愿景及与时俱进的价值认同。

    本次圣诞晚宴由多伦多期货期权掉期交易所(tFOSE)冠名赞助并得到众多机构企业的鼎立支持。来自多伦多泛金融体系的30多名志愿者在CCFA执行委员会的带领下克服困难最终呈现了这年度巨献。

    The Opening Speech from the CCFA President

    Good evening! I am Daju Gu, the president of CCFA, I would like to welcome you all to our Annual Gala!  Sharing this celebration evening with all ofyou is a true honor. Looking around, I am filled with joy of friendship, oldand new.

    Distinguished guests, ladies andgentlemen!

    For almost two decades, CCFA has beena key platform strived to deepen the understanding of and ties between Canadaand China. We have made notable contributions to our bilateralrelationships.  The good work continues, and this year:

    ·  CCFA successfully launched its Distinguished SpeakerSeries – a forum that encourages experts from both countries to engage directdialogues on topics of significance. Thanks to our sponsors E & Y and ZRDigitech for theirgreat support!

    ·  CCFA successfully delivered a training program inShanghai to the Chinese pension fund administers nation-wide, sharing the Canadianbest practices in the pension fund administration. The well-received trainingrepresents a good example of bilateral exchange. Thanks to Ti, Dawn and Davidfor your support and participation!

    ·  Promoting professional development has always been anintegral part of CCFA’s mandate. And this year, our newly established RiskManagement Group, under the leadership of Yicent, has conducted numerousseminars of risk and regulatory significance. The group membership has grownquickly to a few hundred. Keep up the good work, Yicent

    · Over the years, CCFA has collaborated closely withmany our partners and sponsors, and this year, we established 10 Annual Awardsto recognize the achievements and successes in the industry.

    Ladies and gentlemen, we would notbe able to do the work without the great support of our sponsors. I would liketo take this opportunity to express my deepest gratitude to all our sponsors,some I have personally benefited from excellent services they provide: Mr.Shenling Xian, CEO of Shenling Financial; Jim Sheridan, Director of RBC WealthManagement. I would also like to specificallythank James Beattie, a veteran in Capital Market and CEO of our title sponsor: Toronto Futures Options Swap Exchange, thank you James! 

    Last but not the least, our Marketingand Partnership team, under the leadership of Luyang Yan, Emily Gu and Wei Hong,has been instrumental in delivering many CCFA programs including the annualgala.  The volunteers worked countlesshours to put the event together: Betty Nan, Zoffy Li, Jeff Huang, thereare too many to mention here but their efforts are equally appreciated. Pleasejoin me to provide a round of applause for all the volunteers!

    This year ends with plenty of chatteron interest rate trends, re-election and trade wars. We are certainly living inthe most interesting era of our time. I am anxiously waiting to hear from BrianMadden, our keynote speaker and an investment expert, on his view on what 2020 willbring. 

    I wish you all an enjoyable eveningand a great holiday season!

    Thank you very much!


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