Ted Rogers Finance Society Battle on Bay Conference Open!

| November 30, 2023
Submitted by Ericka Wagner for McMaster University

Taking place from January 11 to 13, 2024 in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District, the Battle on Bay is a renowned finance conference consisting of a stock pitch, crisis case presentation, numerous workshops, panels, and networking events, aiming to create long-lasting memories and connections.

In teams of 3-4, delegates will be competing in the stock pitch and case competition, where we will put their business and finance acumen, communication and presentation skills, and ability to pitch a stock and prepare a case to the test amongst the brightest students from across Canada. With $6,000 in cash prizes and many other prizes, this is an event that students will not want to miss.

With the in-person conference, the proximity to Bay Street in Downtown Toronto, one of the leading financial centres in the world, allows us to tap into a rich network of industry professionals to whom delegates will present their stock pitch and cases and have the opportunity to network with during the conference. We encourage the brightest and most ambitious students across Canada to compete in Battle on Bay 2024.

How To Register:

  • Purchase tickets here.
    • The official ticket price already includes 13% Ontario HST. You will not be charged any additional fees once you checkout.
  • After purchasing the ticket, fill out this mandatory application form.

After both steps are completed, you will be officially attending Battle on Bay 2024! Please ensure your whole team completes these steps to secure your team spot.

Ticket sales close on Thursday, November 30 at 11.59 p.m. Email battleonbay@gmail.com for more details.

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