Victoria Forum

November 17-19, 2017   |   University of Victoria

Join business leaders in creating solutions on sustainable and responsible growth of global trade and economic integration.

Is globalization lifting countries and families out of poverty? Or is it contributing to financial sector failures, banking risks, and currency crises?

Explore innovative solutions with Canadian and international business leaders.

Victoria, BC


Where: University of Victoria
When: November 17-19, 2017
Cost: Starting at $445 CDN for students and NGOs

Collaborate with internationally renowned business leaders

Brent Bergeron


Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Sustainability


As the Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability of Goldcorp, Mr. Bergeron leads the development and implementation of Goldcorp’s corporate affairs and sustainability programs, including environmental stewardship, community relations, social responsibility, government relations, communications, country risk analysis and reclamation activities. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the Canadian Council of the Americas, the Mining Association of Canada, the Boreal Leadership Council and the BC Special Olympics and recently joined the BC United Way Campaign Cabinet. Over the course of his career he has worked throughout Africa, North, South and Central America.

Jaloul Ayed


Former Minister of Finance & Candidate
for the Presidency of the African Development Bank

MED Confederation, Euromed Capital Forum

Jaloul AYED served as Minister of Finance in the second and third post-revolution governments in Tunisia. He was previously Board Member and President of the Management Committee of the BMCE Group in Morocco. He held several other senior positions in FinanceCom, the holding company of the group. He started his early professional career with Citibank where he spent 18 years holding several country management positions in the MENA region, and in the capital markets in London.

Jointly organized by

University of Victoria
Global Affairs Canada

In partnership with

Canadian International Council