Susan Hall

work experience

Susan Hall has spent most of her career in financial services. She started as a trader on the bond desk at Wood Gundy in Toronto in the late '80s, specializing in mortgage-backed securities and other asset securitization products. She was transferred to Singapore in the mid-90's to develop a fixed income distribution network for CIBC World Markets and spent 8 years there, before yet another transfer to Tokyo. Upon returning to Canada in 2003, Susan nurtured a life-long interest in community investment and corporate social responsibility and became the national director of community affairs at TELUS. She later established her own consulting business offering her expertise and energy to companies, not-for-profit organizations, and family offices. She was for a time responsible for business development at TD Wealth, and is now enjoying her role as PTS Coordinator, Financial Management, BCIT School of Business.


Master of Science, Banking and Financial Services Management, Boston University Chartered Financial Analyst Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Economics and Political Studies, Queen's University


Susan will be teaching RMGT 4730, Risk Financing, in the General Insurance and Risk Management program in Winter 2015 Term B.


Susan volunteers for a variety of charitable organizations. She currently sits on the board of HEROS (Hockey Education Reaching Out Society), which uses ice hockey as a catalyst to teach self esteem and life skills to vulnerable youth. She also volunteers as an instructor with Junior Achievement BC, teaching financial literacy at the middle school level and investment strategies at the high school level. She is a league manager with Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association and loves to play and watch hockey.