The Canadian Fixed Income Conference offers an in-depth look at the market for Canadian bonds. What is the impact of the US trade barriers, under President Donald Trump’s protectionist policies, on Canada?
The Canadian Fixed Income Conference offers an in-depth look at the market for Canadian bonds. What is the impact of the US trade barriers, under President Donald Trump’s protectionist policies, on Canada? Will Canada benefit from being seen as a safe haven in a world of big political risks? How will Canadian companies emerge from the oil slump and early signs of a recovery in traditional manufacturing industries? Bloomberg journalists will interview corporate and government leaders, investors and analysts to provide a deeper understanding of Canada’s fixed income market.
Canada Consul General in New York, Canada Consul General
Canada's Economy: IS There Life After Oil?
Canada's economy has emerging from the oil shock with growth rates that are among the fastest in the developed world, but questions remain about whether the rebound is sustainable. Has the country escaped the grasp of commodities on a path toward a new model of growth that relies more on high-tech and advanced services. Or is the country simply living off the fumes of a debt-fueled housing bubble that is ready to pop
The country's real estate market is hot. Then it's cold. Then it's a bubble. Then it's burst. Or has it? We set the record straight on the state of Canada's housing market: the impact of regulations, why billionaire Warren Buffett invested, and existing risks.
Chief Economist and Strategist, National Bank of Canada
Newsmaker Intervew: Carlos J. Leitao
Quebec is in a sweet spot, adding jobs and building a fiscal surplus. We'll discuss what's next for Canada's second-largest province with a year to go before provincial elections, as interest rates rise and uncertainties surround the trade relation with the U.S.
We speak with the finance and treasury leads of three investment grade quality issuers in Canada's energy industry to get their view on how open capital markets are for them, where they stand versus their US peers, and where the opportunities in energy are right now
Canadian telcos are some of the country's biggest debt issuers tapping the market to help fund multi-billion dollar infrastructure builds. The pace of technological change is picking up and consumers are demanding ever-increasing network speeds and quality. At the same time, the possibility of increased competition and regulatory changes from the government could throw up complications. How do Canadian telcos navigate this changing landscape?
Chief EconomistOntario Teachers' Pension Plan Board
Chief Financial OfficerPipestone Energy
Maciej Onoszko Maciej Onoszko
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial OfficerCogeco Inc.
Calgary Bureau ChiefBloomberg News
Senior Vice President, TreasuryEnbridge Inc.
Chief Financial OfficerRogers Communications
Minister of FinanceOntario, Canada
Chief Economist & StrategistGluskin Sheff
Managing Editor CanadaBloomberg News
Executive Director and Senior Macro StrategistCanadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)
Montreal Bureau ChiefBloomberg News
Toronto Bureau ChiefBloomberg News
President and Chief Executive OfficerNational Bank of Canada
Alix Steel Alix Steel
Ottawa Deputy Bureau Chief Bloomberg News
Canada Consul General in New YorkCanada Consul General
National Bank of Canada Financial Markets is the trade name of National Bank of Canada Financial Inc., a FINRA registered dealer subsidiary of National Bank of Canada, and part of the Bank’s Financial Markets division (www.nbfm.ca). Through subsidiaries with offices in New York, London, Dublin and Hong Kong, the Financial Markets division markets Canadian debt and equity securities to institutional investors in the United States and internationally. National Bank of Canada (www.nbc.ca), together with its subsidiaries, forms one of Canada’s leading integrated financial groups, and has been named among the 20 strongest banks in the world by Bloomberg Markets magazine. Its securities are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: NA).