Global BV News: Results of the first student BV Challenge in Canada

BVWireIssue #242-4
November 30, 2022

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The CBV Institute has announced the winners of its inaugural Business Valuation Challenge, a national case competition for undergraduate students from top business schools across Canada. The competition saw 19 teams test their business valuation skills, and in first place was the team from Haskayne School of Business—University of Calgary (Katherine Borger, Lizelle Jansen Van Vuuren, Emily Chen, and Jerry Qin). In second place was the team from Rotman School of Management—University of Toronto (Andrew Koh and Jesse Wang), and in third place was the UBC Sauder School of Business (Tony Liaw, Ayush Malhorta, and Matthew Stuart). A total of 59 students participated. The top three teams received cash awards, and the members of the first-place team will receive complimentary enrollment to Level 1 in the CBV Program of Studies. “With demand for CBVs at an all-time high, the BV Challenge is an excellent opportunity to introduce undergraduate business students to our rapidly expanding and evolving profession,” said Dr. Christine Sawchuk, president and CEO of the CBV Institute. More details on the competition are available if you click here.
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