Left to right:
Dinos Papoulias, Natasha Aylward, David Malboeuf, Samuel Nasso, David Hemmings, Martin Tzakov, Fui Gbedemah, Joshua P. Ghoddoussi
Class of 2014
KWPMP Research Associates, January 1 – December 31, 2012 and
KWPMP Fund Managers, January 1, 2013 – January 31, 2014
Natasha graduated from Oak Bay High School in Victoria B.C. She is currently working towards her Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in Finance at Concordia’s John Molson School of Business. She is a member of the Institute of Co-operative Education as well as the Golden Key International Honour Society. Natasha is the First Year Representative for the Finance and Investment Student Association, as well as a member of the John Molson Investment Society, and Women in Capital Markets. Last November Natasha actively took part in organizing the second annual John Molson Stock Exchange. She is currently pursuing the Canadian Securities Course and upon graduation plans to obtain her CFA designation as well as an MBA degree. Natasha was a member of the Concordia Cheer Team in 2010. In her spare time she enjoys taking fitness classes, reading, and traveling.
Fui Gbedemah graduated from Columbia International College in Hamilton, Ontario in 2009 with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma in addition to being an Ontario Scholar. He is in third year of the 120 credit Bachelor of Commerce Program, majoring in Finance and minoring in Financial Reporting. Fui is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society. Fui participated in the 2010 John Molson Stock Exchange and is a member of the John Molson Investment Society. Upon completion of his Bachelor of Commerce degree, Fui intends to pursue the CFA and complete a certificate in accountancy. In his spare time, Fui enjoys reading, soccer, and music.
Joshua P. Ghoddoussi
Joshua is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in Finance and a minor in Financial Accounting at John Molson School of Business. He is on the Dean’s Honour List, a recipient of the Centre Desjardins Scholarship in Corporate Finance and is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society, John Molson Trading League, Institute for Co-operative Education, and an Executive of FISA for the John Molson Investment Society. In 2011, he completed the Financial Industry Modeling Seminar. Joshua is currently an intern at TD Waterhouse Private Investment Counsel and worked as a Junior Private Equity Analyst intern at Novacap Investments Inc., the largest private equity investment firm in Quebec. Upon graduation, he intends to pursue graduate studies in Finance, the CFA designation, and work in security analysis or portfolio management. During his spare time, Joshua enjoys travelling, playing sports, and reading books on value investing.
David graduated from Collège international des Marcellines in Human Sciences in 2010. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Commerce degree at John Molson School of Business. David was awarded the New Millennium Student Contribution Scholarship for the 2011-2012 campaign for his outstanding academic record. He completed his Canadian Securities Course at the age of seventeen. He also completed his Canadian Derivatives Fundamentals Course in the summer of 2011. David worked in research at CIBC Wood Gundy for the summer of 2012. He assisted Sunil Bhardwaj, director of the Investment Strategy Group. He is interested in pursuing a master’s degree in finance and in obtaining his CFA. He wants to work in equity research and portfolio management. In his spare time, David enjoys the theatre. He was an active member of school drama clubs. He still attends plays on a regular basis. He also has an extensive travel experience. Finally, he likes reading, cooking, and food and wine tasting.
David graduated from Concordia University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and is currently working towards his Bachelor of Commerce with a major in Finance at the John Molson School of Business. He is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society, the Beta Gamma Sigma International Honour Society and the John Molson Investment Society. Over the summer of 2012, David completed an internship at CN Investment Division where he worked as a Financial Analyst Intern for the Canadian Equities Portfolio team. He is certified by Wall Street Prep in Financial and Valuation Modeling and is a CFA Level 1 candidate. David was selected for the Capital Markets Mini-Boot Camp held in Summer 2011 and received complementary training in Business Launching and Sales. Upon graduation, he intends to complete his CFA designation and pursue a career in Equity Research. In his spare time, David enjoys painting, playing music and reading.
Samuel will graduate with a Bachelor of Commerce degree with Honours in Finance and a Minor in Economics in June 2012. Samuel will complete a second Bachelor of Commerce with a Major in Accountancy and a Minor in Mathematics and Statistics, while participating in the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program. Samuel is a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma International Honour Society, the Golden Key International Honour Society, and is on the Dean’s List. During the past year, Samuel has worked for professors as a research assistant, and in the Formula Growth Trading Lab as a financial database specialist. Samuel is also an executive of the John Molson Investment Society, acting as a senior analyst and is in charge of portfolio analytics. He will represent the John Molson School of Business at Jeux du Commerce, Financial Open, and Battle on Bay Street on the JMSB Finance teams. Samuel CFA successfully completed the CFA Level 1 examination in June 2011. In his spare time, Samuel enjoys reading, cooking, and watching movies.
Dinos graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Therapy from Concordia University in 2009 and is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in Finance at the John Molson School of Business. Dinos is a member of the Institute of Co-operative Education and was on the Dean's Honour List during the 2008-2009 academic year. Currently, Dinos was selected as a member of the team that will represent Concordia University at the Rotmans International Trading Competition. He is also a Junior Analyst with the John Molson Investment Society, covering the Financials sector. He plans to obtain the CFA designation after graduation and wishes to pursue a career in investment banking. In his spare time, Dinos enjoys reading, watching movies, and running.
Martin graduated from College Jean-de-Brebeuf in Montreal with a DEC in Pure and Applied Science. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in Finance at the John Molson School of Business. Martin is a member of the Institute of Co-operative Education and the John Molson Investment Society. He is currently completing his Canadian Securities Course. Upon graduation, he plans to obtain his CFA designation and pursue a career working in an asset management firm. Martin's interests include traveling, swimming and spearfishing.