President & Executive VP
On behalf of the FISA team and the John Molson School of Business community, it is with great pleasure that we extend this invitation to your organization. Our value proposition is simple: gain exposure to one of the largest Finance undergraduate student demographics in Quebec, all while enabling their personal and professional development, through student-run initiatives.
As FISA’s reach continues to grow, so too does the scope and scale of the events we are able to offer. This academic year, our goal is to organize engaging, educational and impactful events. Over the years we have successfully organized a number of flagship annual events. Including the sold-out Women in Finance conference, with a goal to empower female representation in financial institutions, and the Future of Finance conference to encourage discussion about major changes that are underway in the field.
Our corporate sponsors are ultimately the fuel we need to launch such ambitious projects. Your support allows FISA to continue developing Concordia’s students into talented, young professionals that are equipped with the technical skills and business acumen they need to successfully enter the market and excel in their careers.
Warm Regards, Aleksandra Koniuszy & Abdelrahman Mohamed
“I joined FISA to help the student body get the most out of their finance degree through the multiple events we host throughout the year while having the chance to work alongside highly driven individuals.”
“Becoming part of an association that enables other students to learn and grow is one of the best decisions I ever made! Helping fellow students learn about the vast fabric of the finance world puts us a step in the right direction and I’m proud to be the someone who gets to take part in this journey.”
“I joined FISA because I wanted to be a part of organizing events that enable JMSB students to have excellent learning opportunities in the field of finance and establish connections. I also wanted to enhance my campus experience, and I believe getting involved in student associations is the best way to do so!”