OEA: Canada’s Infrastructure Outlook
Canada’s Infrastructure Outlook
Canada Infrastructure Bank Transition Office
WHEN: Tuesday, April 25, 2017
11:45 a.m. – Registration and networking
12:10 p.m. – Lunch followed by presentation
WHERE: Chateau Laurier Hotel, Laurier Room
1 Rideau Street, Ottawa
COST: OEA Members - $50 prepaid on-line; $80 at the door.
Non-members - $75 prepaid on-line; $100 at the door.
OEA Student members - $25 prepaid on-line; $30 at the door.
Table of 8 - $508.85 prepaid on-line.
Payment at the door subject to availability given space limitations and is via cash or cheque only. Tables of 8 must be purchased online in advance.
Online prices do not include HST. To receive on-line discount, on-line payment must be made at the time of registration. OEA Payment Guidelines are available under OEA Chapter Informatiat www.cabe.ca
To register, please visit the on-line store by 10 a.m. on April 20, 2017.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Executive Director, Canada Infrastructure Bank Transition Office
Glenn was recently appointed as Executive Director of the Canada Infrastructure Bank Transition Office, at Infrastructure Canada. Previously he was Director, Financial Institutions, at Finance Canada responsible for financial sector policy covering banking and insurance, as well as financial services trade and investment, competition, ownership and consumer policy, as well as ministerial approvals of sector transactions and restructurings. Prior he was Director, International Policy and Analysis, covering international financial institutions as well as global macroeconomic analysis and policy coordination through G20, G7, and IMF in promoting economic growth and financial stability. He was also Senior Finance Official for APEC for three years focusing on Canada’s economic relationship in Asia, including promoting infrastructure investment. Glenn was finance counselor in New York during the global financial crisis covering Canada’s interests on Wall Street. He spent his early career at Finance Canada focused on federal-provincial fiscal relations and intergovernmental transfer programs, and has 25 years of experience in the federal government, including Global Affairs, Industry Canada, and the Treasury Board Secretariat. Glenn holds a BA from St. Francis Xavier and an MA from Western.