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Date : March 23, 2021
Time : 2 PM EDT
Length: 60 minutes
Virtual educational conferences that bring experts together around one common theme: women and investment.

Discover our articles and videos here: nbc.ca/women

2nd topic : Protect your wealth

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Host

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  • Isabelle Racicot

    Canadian TV and Radio Host

Isabelle Racicot is a bilingual English-French, primetime, Canadian TV and Radio Host. Consistently #1 in her time slot on both TV and radio, she is recognized not just for her versatility as a host, but also distinguished by her warm personality that makes everybody feel at home. Particularly influential in the female market, her opinions on fashion and lifestyle are widely followed.

Speakers

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  • Angela D’Angelo

    Vice President, Training & Client Experience
    National Bank Financial
  • Accomplished executive manager with 25 years of experience in Wealth Management services. Recognized for her ability to attract and develop individuals by way of self-improvement in an environment fostering continuous improvement. Inspiring speaker on networking and motivation leading to increased performance and pleasure at work.

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  • Hélène Belleau

    Sociologist, Professor and Director of Centre Urbanisation,
    Culture et Société de l’Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique
  • Hélène has always been interested in conjugal relations, the social use of money and the legal framework for de facto unions. She is a scientific director of the research team Families in Motion and founded the Quebec Family Realities Observatory. She is the author of several books including the book "Amour et argent : Guide de survie en 60 questions " with Delphine Lobet, published in 2017 by Editions Remue-Ménage and " Quand l’amour et l’État rendent aveugle. Le mythe du mariage automatique”, published in 2011. She provides accredited training to financial planners on conjugal relationship and money.

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  • Suzanne H. Pringle

    Ad. E., Partner, Lawyer Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers
  • Suzanne H. Pringle is a seasoned litigator with over 36 years of experience pleading before courts of all jurisdictions, including the Superior Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. After having practiced banking and insolvency law within a renowned firm in Montreal for the first 5 years of her career as an attorney, Suzanne founded her own firm in 1988. Since then, she focuses her practice solely on family law matters.

    Suzanne is passionate about her work, leaves no stone unturned and strongly believes that the key to her firm’s success begins with thorough preparation. From the opening of a file and all the way to the closing arguments at the trial, Suzanne leads her cases with efficiency, verve and rigor. She is of the opinion that a vigorously fought case leads to the best results.

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  • David Truong

    CIWM, Pl.Fin., M.Fisc., CFP, Advisor, Expertise Center,
    National Bank Private Banking 1859
  • David has worked at National Bank since 2007 and currently works at the Expertise Center at National Bank Private Banking 1859. David holds the title of Certified Financial Planner, Certified International Wealth Manager and Tax Specialist. His final master's essay in taxation entitled "Modernization of retirement planning" enabled him to obtain the research grant from the Institut québécois de planification financière (IQPF) in 2014.

    David is also a lecturer at McGill University, and writes several articles for the IQPF, the Association planification fiscale et financière (APFF) and Adivsor.ca. He is also a member of the APFF Relève committee.

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