Easy Career

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Who We Are

Easy Career是基于加拿大多伦多市,覆盖北美地区的留学生高端求职咨询平台。携手来自高盛,摩根大通,德勤,安永,BMO,宝洁,壳牌等全球一流企业精英,打造高端精品化求职就业咨询和技能培训服务。助力华人留学生求职之路。

Our Mission

EasyCareer的导师团队虽来自各大投行,在各自的领域累积多年的工作经历,却都曾经踏过与你似曾相识的路;他们也曾为前途堪忧,也曾在面试的时候不知所措。在耀眼的资历背后,他们比谁都更了解求职之路上会遇到的的困难。我们把这样的一群精英聚集起来,只希望将来的你们,在我们的帮助下,媲美他们,超越他们。

Our Mentors

Carson Wang
Investment Banking - Associate
Carson currently works as an Investment Banking Associate at an Big Five Canadian bank, providing coverage in the Media & Telecom space. A part of the top ranked TMT IB group on Bay Street, providing securities issuance and M&A advisory services to large-cap Canadian Media and Telecom companies including Corus Entertainment, BCE Inc., Rogers Communications, and TELUS Corp.
• Always try to have a in-person or phone call with the people working at the firm you are interviewing • Numbers game - apply to as many positions as you can, as long as you would be happy working there • Be well prepared for any type of question • Last but not least, there is a big element of luck involved with job hunting so don't be discouraged!
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Leon Li
Big Four Accounting - Senior Consultant
Leon is currently working at one of the big four accounting firms as a senior consultant. With a strong technical and analytic background, he used to work as a financial engineer, providing algorithmic solution to corporate strategy development and risk management.
• Networking is the key • Be honest and sincere with your experiences, do not exaggerate or mislead • Focus on key roles/jobs/markets, do not waste time spraying multiple job applications
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Audrey Wang
Big Four Accounting
Audrey is currently working at one of the big four accounting firms as a senior accountant. During university, she accumulated an abundance of part time and full time working experience, including sales, customer service, government tax service and commercial banking.
• Networking is the key • Get to know the position and company inside out before attending the interview • Always practice and prepare for the interviews • Attend as many information session/networking events as possible • Be confident and be yourself
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Frank Zhang
Asset Management
Frank is an Investment Analyst at the investment arm of a leading Canadian Insurance firm. He is responsible for selecting, evaluating, and monitoring investment funds for various investment platforms. He covers the over 60 investment funds and 8 business relationships with some of the most prestigious financial institutions in the world. His other work experiences include investment banking, trading, wealth management, and risk management.
• Networking is very important • Don't be shy • Stay positive
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Bill Chen
Equity Research
Bill currently works as an associate director at a major Canadian bank, mainly covering base metals, bulks, energy and agricultural commodities. At the same time, he also covers equities in a number of specialty sectors with a combined market capitalization of over $100 billion. His team is top-ranked in their coverage universe, as recognized by StarMine, Brendan Wood and Greenwich Associates. Mentor 5 is also a CFA charter-holder.
• Networking is the key • Have something to show case (written report; financial models; etc.) • Keep your options open
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Elsa Wu
Business Analysis & Auditing
Elsa is currently working at a leading Canadian pension fund as a Performance Analyst. Prior to that, she was a staff accountant at one of the big four accounting firm.
• Networking is the key • Have a good CV • Always practice and prepare for the interviews • Sharpen your interview and technical skills and get to know the job that you are applying for will lead you to successful job hunting.
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Jacky Zheng
Marketing
Jacky is Product Manager from a major Canadian bank, leading the development of product strategy and strategic partnership. He has extensive experience in Financial Payment industry, primarily concentrated in Marketing Strategy, Business Development, and Strategic Solutions.
• Networking is the key • Have something to show case (written report; financial models; etc.) • Keep your options open
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Claire Xiao
Asset Management
Claire currently works as an ETF analyst at a leading ETF company under the guidance of Senior Vice President and Head of ETFs Canada, assisting with product ideas generation, product development and marketing strategy development. She covers both fixed income and equity ETFs, such as high yield bonds, senior loans, floating rate fixed incomes, U.S. equities, Canadian equities, emerging market equities, and European equities, with a combined AUM over $400 million. At the same time, she also provides insightful market commentary on a variety of topics including current events and industry trends to support the sales team.
• Be targeted • Be proactive • Be prepared
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Celine Mei
Management Consulting & Life Science
Celine currently works as a management consultant at a Big Four Accounting Firm in Toronto. She has an industry focus in healthcare and has been involved in multiple projects in both public and private healthcare sector, with specific experience in strategy, operations, and system redesign. In her most recent project, she collaborated with top leaders in the provincial government, engaged more than 200 stakeholders, and was involved in the development of a 10-year capacity plan for healthcare operations. Prior to her consulting career, she was heavily involved in biomedical and neuroscience research in the United States, with special interest in human brain activities that are associated with learning and addiction. She holds a biomedical engineering degree from Duke University and an MBA from Rotman School of Management.
1. Really understand what ""consulting"" is. 2. Really know your strength and know how to play to your strength 3. Interview and resume prep is extremely important, more than networking (this is for consulting specifically)"
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Olivia Yang
Commercial Banking
Olivia currently works as a Manager at the commercial banking arm of a Crown Corporation devoted exclusively to helping Canadian businesses become the most competitive in the world. She mainly drives growth of Canadian private enterprises by being a trusted advisor to the C-level executives with strategic consulting and commercial lending. Prior to the Crown Corporation, she was one of the twenty recent graduates in Canada selected out of over 2,000 applicants across the country to take part in the rigorous Commercial Banking Graduate Development Program of a global leading bank, which marked the beginning of her commercial banking career. She was promoted within six months from a Graduate Trainee to a Commercial Banking Relationship Manager where she managed a portfolio of 186 accounts, of which most were international businesses.  Other than work, She is an active professional within the business community. She is an Associate Director at the Richmond Hill, Markham & Vaughan Chinese Business Association (formerly known as RHMCBA), an executive at Asians Without Borders (AWB), and an events committee organizer at the Association of Chinese Canadian Entrepreneurs (ACCE). She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with Honours from the Schulich School of Business. 
1. It's not what you know, but often who you know that can get you the job. In order to meet the right decision makers in the industry, you have to put yourself out there by attending different professional networking events and develop a memorable pitch about yourself. 2. Use LinkedIn to connect with recruiters, hiring managers, and senior employees at the company you are aiming for, and schedule brief phone chats/coffee chats with them to learn more about your desired job. 3. Customize your resume and cover letter to the exact job description (focus on key words) to boost the chances of your application advancing to the next stage of the recruitment process. Avoid sending out a generic resume and cover letter.
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Peter Bai
Wealth Management
With 8 years of experience, Peter held various roles in the wealth management industry. Currently, his focus is on designing and creating investment products and business solutions for all markets at a leading Canadian bank. He is responsible for developing and launching new investment products, overseeing product life cycle and managing asset growth through various business channels for one of the major Canadian banks. In addition, Mentor 11 also has prior experience in operation efficiency, process improvement, and information technology. Mentor 11 holds a bachelor of commerce, a Masters in Applied Science, and is a CFA charter holder.
Preparation, Preparation, Preparation!!!
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Mark Zhu
Financial Analysis & Consulting
Mark is a Finance Analyst at a leading Canadian Bank, responsible for corporate financial analysis, planning and forecasting, as well as retail bank performance analysis for the bank’s Direct Channels & Marketing functions. In this capacity, he supports the team overseeing over $2 billion expenses budget and provides value added advisory to the Bank's Board of Directors. Prior to that, Stanley was Manager, Strategy and Finance at a boutique workers compensation consultancy which specializes at providing strategic forecasts and cost control on workers' compensation for employers across North America. He also holds an MBA and HBA from the Ivey Business School, graduating Magna Cum Laude.
1. Networking is the key 2. Strong delivery is the only way to show your skills 3. Good things take time
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Daisy Li
Retail Banking
Daisy has completed her master and bachelor degrees at the Richard Ivey School of Business and is pursuing a career as a financial planner with a leading Canadian bank. Despite the fact that she is the youngest Financial Planner of the bank in the Great Toronto Area, she is ranked as the top 10% Planner in the region. She has also successfully pass all the required exams for Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation in the first attempt. She enjoys meeting new people and travel during her spare time.
1. Networking is the key, its not about what you have on your resume, its about who you are connected with. Use Linkedin, your alumni network, friend circle to arrange coffee chats. 2. Always be prepared, if your join requires you to know about the market, read the news everyday. Do not start preparing one day before your interview. 3. Know what you want and explore your options, you can only be the best of you when you love your job. So spend time on finding the area that suits your strength.
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Katherine Zhang
Asset Management & Auditing
Katherine currently works as a Hedge Fund Analyst at a specialist alternatives advisory firm, covering US Credit/Fixed Income Hedge Funds focus on distressed, structured credit, direct lending strategies. She also covers certain Private Equity funds with a strategy focus on credit. The company’s clients have invested over $400bn in alternative investments across hedge funds, private equity funds, real assets and real estates. Previously, she worked at a big four accounting firm in the Financial Institutions group where she audited insurance companies, hedge funds and private equity funds.
Brandon Shi
Risk management & Prime Brokerage & Business Analysis
Brandon is currently a manager at a leading Canadian Bank in the Forecasting and Analysis team for the Canadian Retail Segment. The team provides the senior executives with strategic business analysis as well as actionable insights. Prior to joining the retail space he was a key member to the bank's $90MM plus Prime Brokerage acquisition in the US. He had held increasing senior positions from Risk Management, Projects and Finance dealing with wide range of line of businesses i.e. Fixed Income, Institutional Equities, Corporate and Investment Banking and Prime Brokerage. Prior to joining to the bank Jerry had worked as a Prime Brokerage Analyst with a global top tier investment bank covering 70+ hedge fund clients for their day to day trading activities across 7 exchanges. He has also obtained his Masters in Finance from Simon Fraser University and Bachelor of Arts (Economics) from University of Waterloo.
Being able to read/ interpret your audience is a key to networking and interview. If you are talking about bonds with an equity trader, you are highly unlikely to understand your audience.
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Charlene Wu
Bank Treasury & Balance Sheet Management
Charlene currently works as an Senior Treasury Analyst at a major Canadian bank. Her job mainly focuses on capital management & Balance Sheet Strategy, performing analysis on capital position and advise on the bank's practice to implement evolving regulations. She also works to support the bank's strategic decisions on capital activities, including share and debt instrument issuance, and hedging activities.
1. Read the annual report which contains tons of info to help to understand the department to prepare valuable questions. Show curiosity and eagerness to learn 2. Prepare stories to demonstrate the required skills 3. Networking is necessary for jobs which aren't usually open to graduate students
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Samantha Tang
Corporate Banking & Project Finance
Samantha is a Corporate Banker at a global leading bank with comprehensive knowledge and considerable experience in financing multinational Large Corporates and Middle Market Corporates in the Diversified Industry. She is also very well experienced in project finance for television programme and feature film production in the Media & Entertainment Sector. She is a Rotman Commerce graduate from University of Toronto.
1. Work on your resume (that's the key to get an interview) 2. Talk to people and figure whether what they are doing is what you would really like to do 3. Know your story
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Jenny Mu
Risk Management & Trading
Jenny has extensive experience in Trading (FX, Fixed Income, IRS) and Institutional Sales specialised in FX, Interest Rate Derivatives, TRS, and other Structured notes. She has solid knowledge in Market risk management : VaR, Stressed VaR, Stress Testing, Greeks, Evaluating trading portfolio exposure. Skills: Microsoft( excel, word, powerpoint), UNIX, SQL, VBA, Bloomberg, Reuters, Financial Modelling, Capital markets Pricing model.
Preparation, Networking, and never give up
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Leona Xiong
Retail Banking
Prior to join the Imperial Service (high net worth client) team at a Canadian leading bank’s main branch, she was a top performer Senior Financial at another leading Canadian bank. She consistence providing excellent client service and advices in investment planning and credit planning for high net worth clients. She holds a Master of International Business from Smith school of Business (Queen's University). She is currently a CFA level 3 candidate and CFP candidate.
Networking event, company info session, head hunter.
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Amelia Huang
Hedge Fund & Private Equity
Amelia joined a leading Canadian hedge fund as an Investment Analyst in July, 2014 and was promoted to Vice President in March 2017. Prior to that, Rachel worked as an investment analyst at top tier private equity in China, where she was part of the private equity team and conducted fundamental analysis and due diligence in the consumer and TMT sectors. Amelia is a CFA charter holder and has an MBA from the Rotman School of Management, at the University of Toronto, from which she graduated as a member of the Dean’s List and where she was part of the Rotman Student Investment Fund. she has also played competitive volleyball, and pursues several sports recreationally.
High GPA Enormous interview prep Knowledge of the company
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May Gu
Capital Markets & Risk & trading
May currently works as a senior analyst in a Canadian big five bank’s Wholesale banking's residential mortgage trading team, mainly covering help the bank participate in CMHC's MBS program and other residential mortgage securitization programs.
Be yourself!
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Jerry Li
Fintech & Computer Science & IT & Engineering & Machine Learning
Jerry is a machine learning practitioner as the research developer at a Canadian big five bank’s Fintech Research Lab. His interests include the state-of-the-art deep learning and reinforcement learning algorithms and their applications to real world problems. He also has experience in computational engineering and finance.
Be good at what you do and be confident. Be truly passionate about what you want do and never try to take an easy route.
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Miranda Dai
Retail Banking & Private Equity
Miranda works as the Branch Manger at a global bank’s retail bank branch in Toronto. She is responsible for the branch’s overall business performance and maintains high standard of compliance of the branch’s practice. Prior to retail banking, she was a Senior Investment Analyst at a leading private equity firm in Canada.
Andy Liu
Fintech & Data Analytics & Quant & Engineering
Andy is an engineering graduate from U of T with over two years’ experience in fintech and banking area. He is currently the Manager of Customer Analytics at a Canadian big five bank. His expertise include data driven strategy, profit optimization, process flow improvements, statistical modelling. He is especially interested in decision outcome optimization through quantitative methods.
Networking Keep Learning Have a Good Understanding of the Employer and the team
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