Students invested in their future 

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Congratulations to the Class of 2008 from the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program. In the back row, left to right, are Scott Thompson, Thomas Horvath, Dominic Caron and Douglas Chananda, and in the front row, Chester Ntonifor, Amr Ezzat, Amanda Di Gironimo and Patrick Barry.

The program was started in 2000 to train a select group of undergraduate students in investment management over two years. It was established with an initial investment of $1 million by Kenneth Woods (MBA 1975) in honour of the late Professor Calvin C. Potter, who inspired a whole generation of business students.

This is the fourth consecutive year KWPMP fund managers have beaten the benchmark. Despite a tumultuous year in the market, the value of the fund attained $1,423,706.


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