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Jean Paul Beaulieu

Investment Advisor

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Travaille dans le secteur des services financiers depuis 1980 et est titulaire d’un baccalauréat en commerce, Université Concordia et d’un MBA (Finance) HEC de Montréal. De 1980 à 2000, il a œuvré dans le secteur du Financement des grandes entreprises publiques et il est un professionnel aguerri du secteur Gestion de fortune privée depuis 2000.

 

Il est un Administrateur au Conseil d’administration de FEI Canada, Section du Québec et un vice-président principal au Comité de gestion, Section du Québec depuis 1983. FEI Canada est un Institut canadienne et mondiale, qui agit comme porte-parole des Chef de la direction financière (CFO).  Il a siégé plusieurs années comme Administrateur au Conseil d’administration de la Société d’Arthrite du Canada et à celui de la Société Croix Rouge, Sections du Québec.

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