20 June 2019 | London

Canadian Capital Markets

Bloomberg will convene Canadian Capital Markets in London this June. The conference is the first of its kind in the region, offering an in-depth look at the opportunities and risks in Canada for today’s global investors. Bloomberg will bring together government and industry leaders to examine the state of the Canadian economy and coming federal elections, the outlook for public sector financing, and conduct high-impact conversations on sectors vital to the country including housing, energy, and trade.

This half-day event in London will lead up to The Canadian Fixed-Income Conference taking place October 16th in New York. Now in its seventh year, this full-day event offers an in-depth look at the market for Canadian bonds, the economy, and monetary policy; the event features corporate and government leaders, investors and analysts to provide a deeper understanding of Canada’s fixed-income market.

June 20 - Thursday

8:30 am

Reception & Networking Breakfast

9:30 am

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Host

Speakers

  • Sean St. John

    EVP, Managing Director and Co-Head of Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Group, National Bank

  • Jean-Francois Babin

    EVP, Managing Director and Co-Head of Fixed-Income, Currencies and Commodities, National Bank

9:40 am

Trade, Transition, and Canada-U.K. Relations

Speaker

  • Janice Charette

    High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Permanent Representative of Canada to the International Maritime Organization

Moderator

10:00 am

The Canadian Economy: Risks and Opportunities

Speakers

Moderator

10:30 am

Networking Break

10:45 am

Welcome Back

Host

10:50 am

From Macro, to Financing and Investment: Canadian Real Estate & Housing

Speakers

Moderator

11:20 am

Public Sector Outlooks

Speakers

  • Warren Lovely

    Managing Director, Head of Public Sector Research & Strategy, National Bank of Canada

  • Guillaume Pichard

    Director Capital Markets, Ministère des Finances du Québec

Moderator

11:45 am

View from the Energy Patch

Speaker

Moderator

12:05 pm

Closing Remarks & Networking Lunch

1:00 pm

Event Concludes

Speakers

Bob Dugan

Chief Economist Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC)

Warren Lovely

Managing Director, Head of Public Sector Research & Strategy National Bank of Canada

Lesley Marks

Managing Director & Chief Investment Strategist BMO Private Investment Counsel

Jean-François Perrault

Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist Scotiabank

Geeta Sankappanavar

Co-founder and President Grafton Asset Management

David Scanlan

Managing Editor Canada Bloomberg News

Sean St. John

EVP, Managing Director and Co-Head of Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Group National Bank

Jean-Francois Babin

EVP, Managing Director and Co-Head of Fixed-Income, Currencies and Commodities National Bank

Janice Charette

High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Permanent Representative of Canada to the International Maritime Organization

Theo Argitis

Reporter Bloomberg News

Michael Bourque

Chief Executive Officer Canadian Real Estate Association

Tamara Lawson

Chief Financial Officer QuadReal

Natalie Wong

Real Estate Reporter Bloomberg News

Guillaume Pichard

Director Capital Markets Ministère des Finances du Québec

Rebecca Penty

Reporter Bloomberg News

Sponsor

National Bank of Canada Financial Markets is a trade name of National Bank Financial Inc., a registered dealer subsidiary of National Bank of Canada, and part of the Bank’s Financial Markets division (www.nbfm.ca). National Bank of Canada (www.nbc.ca), together with its subsidiaries, forms one of Canada’s leading integrated financial groups.  Through offices across Canada and locations in New York, London, Dublin and Hong Kong, the Financial Markets division markets Canadian debt and equity securities to institutional investors in Canada and internationally.  National Bank Financial Inc. has a registered office in the United Kingdom and is authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.