Ted Rogers Finance Society

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TRFS is a welcoming community that allows students to grow. I was able to develop soft skills and gain connections. These skills are one of the reasons I managed to secure a co-op placement at one of the big 4 firms.

Erica Martinez, Financial Advisor 2021/2022

By being on TRFS, I was able to work with, lead, and learn from many great people. It helped me build the network and skills that I can use even after university and I hope its legacy continues to grow.

Hashir Aziz, President 2020/2021

For me, TRFS has been a game changer. I’d always been scared to come out of my comfort zone and try new things, but after joining RUFS, I wouldn’t have it any other way. This team is family to me now!

Ali Alibhai, President 2021/2022

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Founded in 2003, Ted Rogers Finance Society (TRFS) is the premier campus resource for finance students. Within TRFS, we believe that in order to reach your potential you must know how to be a business leader. This life lesson is not just taught in a classroom, which is why TRFS challenges students to participate in our initiatives. Our outstanding members organize events that create opportunities for like-minded students to exchange ideas and information with industry professionals. As student leaders, we pride ourselves on guiding our peers to achieve their true potential. We seek to spread our drive and determination throughout the Ted Rogers School of Management.

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