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The annual UTSC Trading Competition is a flagship event hosted jointly by The BRIDGE and the Investment Society. In our state-of-the art business lab, UTSC student traders compete in teams to experience life on the trading floor. Using Rotman Interactive Trader software, students learn how to trade financial securities with each other on a real-time basis, and how to quickly apply their knowledge of finance principles in a fast-paced, simulated trade floor experience.
The CFA Institute Research Challenge is an annual global competition that provides university students with hands-on mentoring and intensive training in financial analysis. Students gain real-world experience as they assume the role of a research analyst and are tested on their ability to value a stock, write an initiation-of-coverage report, and present their recommendations.
Visit the CFA Institute Research Challenge website for full details.
Investment Society and Finance and Trading Lab are excited to bring you our first collaborative Stock Pitch Competition! This is your chance to put yourself in the shoes of a Bay Street Analyst and pitch a stock to your Portfolio Manager. Working in Teams of 2–3 you will analyze Indigo Books & Music Inc. (IDG) and make a recommendation to BUY, SELL, or HOLD the stock. The top 4 teams will present their pitch in front of a panel of judges.
The BMO Financial Group Finance Research and Trading Lab is pleased to present the Rotman Portfolio Management Competition (RPMC) 2019. This competition is open to all students from Canadian universities, both graduate and undergraduate. RPMC aims to promote hands-on learning experience for students by managing an investment portfolio with the securities listed and traded in actual markets using the Rotman Portfolio Manager (RPM) platform developed by the Rotman Finance Lab.
Market Risk & Model Development (MRMD) Case Competition is an annual competition sponsored by TD Securities (Registration usually starts in September). This is the ideal opportunity for students looking to broaden their insights in finance and risk management. A written case study answer will be submitted by teams comprised of 3-5 students. The top 5 teams from all participating universities will advance and be offered the opportunity to present their case to TD Capital Markets Risk Management (CMRM) Executives.
At The BRIDGE Hack, students will collaboratively develop unique ideas, designs, or solutions to sports management problems experienced by the University of Toronto Varsity Blues. Students will have the opportunity to hack on problems related to fan attendance and engagement. A variety of outcomes are acceptable, including business plans, presentations, low fidelity prototypes, data analysis or models, or web or mobile applications.
The BRIDGE is pleased to welcome you to our 7th annual UTSC Trading Competition!
To ensure everyone's safety, the competition will be held online on Nov 12, 2020, from 7pm to 9pm. Using the Rotman Interactive Trader software, students learn how to trade financial securities with each other on a real-time basis, and how to quickly apply their knowledge of finance principles in a fast-paced, simulated trade floor experience.
To find out all the competition details including prizes, rules and regulations, and how to attend pre-competition training sessions check out the UTSC Trading Competition page.
The UTSC Library and the Office of the Vice-Principal Research proudly sponsor the Undergraduate Research Poster Forum to showcase the significant research contributions of talented UTSC undergraduates. The forum is a competitive, adjudicated event that promotes intellectual exchange and gives students an opportunity to develop presentation skills by disseminating new research and creative activities both to academic communities and non-specialists. The forum provides the perfect opportunity for students interested in becoming involved in research to learn more about what other students have already done.
The forum is appropriate for all UTSC undergraduate students who: