Reena Atanasiadis obtained her MBA (with Honours) from the John Molson School of Business in 1995 and brings over 2 decades of experience in wealth management to her lectures.
She has held multi-provincial licenses as Investment Counsel/Portfolio Manager and handled on a discretionary basis global assets valued at several hundred million dollars.
Her thorough understanding of investment management and market intermediary activities led her to start up the Wealth Management division of the largest independent accounting firm in Canada. She designed and implemented asset allocation plans consistent with the investment objectives, risk profile and constraints of high net worth clients and corporations.
Reena has taught Finance at the John Molson School of Business and the Goodman Institute of Investment Management (an MBA program specializing in investment management) since 2004 with evaluations paying tribute to her applied knowledge and engaging style. In 2009, she was nominated to receive the Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence and she received the award in 2012 for her teaching at the graduate level.
Her areas of interest include Behavioural Finance, Corporate Finance, Portfolio Management and Financial Institutions Management.