The capabilities of artificial intelligence are rapidly increasing, which will have a significant impact on business and the economy, as well as the investment industry in particular.
Please join us as we present this informative seminar on artificial intelligence and its implications for investors.
The presentation will focus on the following topics:
- Overview of Artificial Intelligence
- Understanding AI and machine learning
- What AI means to businesses
- Panel discussion about how AI will impact investment research and decisions
- Panel discussion about how AI will impact various industries and the macro economy
- Q&A with our presenters
Oakville Seminar Details – October 18, 2017
Date: October 18th, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Oakville Golf Club, 1154 Sixth Line, Oakville, ON L6H 6M1 Click here for map.
North York Seminar Details – October 24, 2017
Date: October 24th, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Catherine Swift Conference Room (HighView North York Location) Main Floor, 4141 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario. Click here for a map.
How to Register
Call HighView at 1 (888) 827-8540 or submit the form on this page.
Gayemarie Brown – CEO and Founder of Wintam Place Consulting
Gayemarie Brown is the CEO and Founder of Wintam Place Consulting and the former National Innovation Leader for Deloitte Canada. She has more than 25 years of digital transformation experience marrying emerging technologies with a business imperative to achieve strategic objectives.
She has delivered results for Fortune 500 companies and start-ups in financial services, software/high-tech, media, and telecommunications globally.
A strategic visionary who can translate an organization’s ambitions into practical plans, Gayemarie is a sought-after speaker on the subject of Digital Transformation and Disruption having spoken at more than 35 events in recent years. She is also listed as one of the top female futurists in the world. A self-described lover of humanoids and artificial intelligence, she is a builder and leader for organizations looking to accelerate the future to avoid disruption.
Chris Page – Chief Investment Officer and Founder of Laurus Investment Counsel
Chris founded Laurus Investment Counsel with a vision of a firm focused on client wealth creation through prudent risk-averse investing, exceptional client relationships, and a culture that fosters independent thought. The firm has grown rapidly, as the strong company culture and alignment with client values is proving to be an excellent combination for success.
The philosophy behind the Laurus investment culture is Investing As It Should Be. Their team relies solely on their own deep fundamental research, and they maintain concentrated portfolios of financially strong and well-managed companies with long term grow potential. We believe our capability, combined with our culture, is what sets us apart.
As President and Chief Investment Officer, Chris is responsible for leading overall strategy, compliance, and management of the business. For more than thirty years he has held a number of senior roles including President and CIO of a boutique equity firm, Director and COO of a mid‐sized investment counsel, and Director of Institutional Investment for a large insurance company.
Chris has been engaged by a variety of pension committees and charitable organizations over the years, most recently including the Canadian Olympic Committee and Hamilton Health Sciences, representing over $1 billion in investable assets. Chris and his wife Cheryl are avid tennis players, golfers, and cyclists and are generally active outdoors.
Sri Iyer, MBA – Managing Director and Head of Systematic Strategies at Guardian Capital LP
Sri joined Guardian Capital LP (GCLP) in 2001 to help lead the development and implementation of GCLP proprietary systematic strategies. His career in the financial services industry began in 1995, when prior to assuming his role at GCLP, he joined Global Value Investors in Princeton, New Jersey, and was responsible for a variety of portfolio management and financial engineering roles.
Sri graduated from University of Bombay (1989) with a B.Comm and earned the Chartered Cost and Works Accountant (India) designation (1990). He received an MBA in Applied Finance (1994) from Rutgers Graduate School of Management.