Calgary Connects:
A CFA Society Calgary Podcast

Calgary Connects is a podcast by CFA Society Calgary, hosted by Matthew Andrade, CFA, where we bring global thought leaders together to share their views on the world of finance. Our goal is to bring the best financial thought leaders to Calgary so we can all become more bullish on our future. 

The Calgary Connects podcast offers a diverse range of topics and discussions designed to provide valuable insights and knowledge to the finance and investment community. From exploring the latest trends in the financial industry to in-depth interviews with industry experts, this podcast covers a wide array of subjects. Whether you're interested in portfolio management strategies, ethical considerations in finance, or staying updated on global market trends, this channel offers a wealth of information to help you navigate the ever-evolving landscape of finance. Tune in to gain valuable insights and stay informed on key topics relevant to the finance and investment industry.

Latest Episode: Global Experiences from a Woman in Finance with Geeta Kapadia

This month, in honour of International Women's Day (celebrated on March 8th), Matthew connects with Geeta Kapadia, CFA, to learn from her experience as a woman in finance as well as her experience being a mixed race, first generation Indian American. Additionally, Geeta has lived and worked in the United States, England, Scotland, and India. Join us to hear Geeta's story - her enthusiasm and energy is sure to leave you feeling inspired!

Geeta Kapadia is the Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of Fordham University, where she manages the endowment of $1 billion in assets and oversees all aspects of the portfolio management process. Prior to joining Fordham in August 2022, she was the Associate Treasurer of Investments at Yale New Haven Heath System, where she led the team responsible for managing over $5 billion in system assets. She is a CFA Charterholder and serves as Board President of Chester Country Family Academy. 

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