Toronto Shokokai and EncoreFX are co-hosting a FX seminar in Cambridge on Thursday, November 21.
Mr. Paul Lennox, President of EncoreFX, has almost 30 years of capital markets experience, including more than 20 years in foreign exchange. He will talk about the current situation of American and Canadian currency, the background factors of the market and how to manage risk in this violently changing business, etc.
Please join us with this free informative session. Only 20 seats are available.
We look forward to welcoming you and your colleagues to this special occasion.
FX Seminar by Mr. Paul Lennox, President of EncoreFX
Date/Time: Thursday, November 21, 2019 from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm (Registration starts at 1:00 pm)
Venue: Cambridge Hotel & Conference Centre, Essex room (700 Hespeler Road, Cambridge, Ontario N3H 5L8)
- USDCAD dynamics.
- What are currently the primary economic and market drivers of USDCAD?
- Why is the pair so hard to predict?
- How corporations can best position themselves to let the market volatility work for them, not against them.
Speaker: Mr. Paul Lennox, President of EncoreFX
Paul Lennox has almost 30 years of capital markets experience including more than 20 years in foreign exchange. He holds an economics degree from the University of Waterloo and completed the rigorous CFA charter program in 2004. After a finance and logistics career in the Canadian Navy Paul joined Custom House as Treasurer in 2000. Over 10 years he helped grow Custom House into the world's second largest non-bank foreign exchange dealer. Custom House was sold to Western Union in 2009 for $US370 million. In 2010, Paul partnered with Peter Gustavson and launched a currency hedge fund which he ran until 2014 when EncoreFX was launched.
Paul is president of EncoreFX which now has 13 offices across Canada, Australia and New Zealand, 170 employees and almost 3,000 corporate clients. Encore is currently expanding into the US. Paul author's Encore's weekly Currency Matters publication which provides clients an understanding of the primary economic and market influences on the Canadian and US dollars. Paul is an avid tennis player and hopes to someday have a decent backhand.
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