Keynote Speaker / Panelist / Moderator / Workshop Leader

Who we work with

Investment organizations and clubs
Charitable Organizations
Educational institutions
Higher education
LGBTQ Activists
LGBTQ Community Organizations

Mark is available for engagements focusing on the following topics:

The Canadian Financial Industry
Canadian Financial History
Investment and Financial Markets
The Mutual Fund Industry
Savings and Retirement
The History of the Canadian Financial Industry
The History of Chartered Banks in Canada
The History of Insurance Companies in Canada
Canada’s Role in Global Financial Markets
Innovation in Canadian Financial Products
Competition in the Canadian Financial Industry
General Diversity and Inclusion
Championing Respect and Diversity
The Importance of Education
The Success of Diversity and Inclusion Policies
LGBTQ Biographies
LGBTQ Participation in Professions
Historical LGBTQ Biography
Contemporary LGBTQ Biography
The History of the LGBTQ Community in Canada
The History of the LGBTQ Global Community
The State of LGBTQ Inclusion by Profession

Recent Presentations

September 12th, 2017 – The History of the Canadian Life Insurance Industry.

Presentation at the CBHA/ACHA Sesquicentennial Conference on 150 Years of Canadian Business History. VIEW THE VIDEO AND COMMENTS HERE.

November 30th, 2016 – Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.  

Mark Bonham (BCom ’82), a leader in the Canadian financial industry, has made the choice to give back by investing in the next generation. In 2002, he created an endowed scholarship at the Rotman School, which has since benefited 17 deserving students. Speaking at the Rotman Student Awards Breakfast in November, Mark shared how he has remained connected to past recipients and the positive impact their relationships have had on his life.  VIEW THE VIDEO AND COMMENTS HERE.

May 3rd, 2016 – Canadian Financial Institutions: Reviewing their Global Ambitions and Corporate Social Policies 

Presentation at the conference From Public Interest to Private Profit: The Changing Political and Social Legitimacy of International Business.    VIEW THE VIDEO AND COMMENTS HERE.