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Financial Research and Learning Lab

CFA Institute Research Challenge

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CFA Societies Ethics Challenge

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Rotman International Trading Competition

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Jeux du commerce central (JDCC)

Organized by The Canadian Association of Business Students, JDC Central (JDCC) is the largest undergraduate business school competition in Central Canada, bringing over 600 student delegates together from Ontario, Québec and the Maritimes.

JDCC is a multi-facet competition lasting three days each Winter, including academic cases for 8 business disciplines, parliamentary style debates, sports tournaments, social competitions, and charity contributions.

Registration deadline: Monday, September 18th @ 23h59. 

The competition takes place between January 19-21, 2024.

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The Participation component consider three (3) main aspects regarding the presence of the delegations: mutual aid, fraternity and creativity, all while being inclusive.

  • Mutual aid consists in the positive contribution of the delegation to ensure the success of the Jeux du Commerce. It includes the support given in the smooth running of the event and the solidarity between the delegations.
  • Fraternity is the attitude of one delegation towards the others. It includes the active presence of all participants, the team spirit, the camaraderie, and the efforts made to keep the spirit of JDC alive.
  • Creativity is the ability of teams to innovate in the design of their various projects, both before and during the competition. It can be applied in many different ways, removing any possible limits to its expression.


The social component highlights the creative and artistic spirit of the participants, pushing them to step out of their comfort zones in addition to putting into practice the business and administrative skills acquired during their university studies.

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Omnium Financier

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The Omnium Financier (OF) is the largest bilingual finance and accounting case competition in Eastern Canada.

The competition aims to promote careers in finance and accounting in addition to providing a place for meetings and exchanges between students and key players in the industry.

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OF will be held in-person from February 2-4 2024 in Trois-Rivières, Québec at UQTR.

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Telfer International Case Competition (TICC)

Since 2015, the Telfer Internal Case Competition (TICC) has been devoted to bringing together Telfer's brightest minds, offering them an immersive learning experience by tackling real business problems.

TICC represents the very best our University has to offer - teams of three students are entrusted with a three-hour challenge to analyze a business case and craft an innovative solution.

The competition allows students with no experience to step into the case competition world and allows those with more experience to hone their skills. Their solutions will be presented to a distinguished panel of industry professionals, professors, and alumni. Most exciting of all, we provide cash prizes for the winners!

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Registration deadline: September 15, 2023.

The MIPC is the leading international buy-side finance challenge for university students addressing pertinent socio-economic issues. It is a forum for thought that brings together a diverse cohort of world-class students and industry leaders, bridging the gap between academia and practitioners. 

This competition is open to students in Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD programs. A specific major is not required. Teams can be composed of up to 4 students. You do not need 4 students to be successful in the competition, in fact, a team of 1 has won the competition.

Van Berkhom-JMSB Small Cap

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Registration deadline: TBD

This event, a premier case competition focused on small-cap investment, will provide undergraduate and graduate-level business students with an opportunity to showcase their ability to analyze financial business cases, develop strategic recommendations, and apply the academic skills they have gained in the classroom.

Teams should be made up of 3 - 4 students each, with the option for one alternate member. Individuals who have been employed in a role for a period of two years or more and whose primary duty involves(d) fundamental company analysis—unless the team member’s work was solely as an intern—are ineligible to participate in this competition.