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Indigenous Studies (on Zoom) Lecture 3: Strengthening the economic well-being of Indigenous Peoples
Thursday, November 16, 2023, 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada) (UTC-08:00)
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As part of our response to reconciliation, Brock House strives to provide opportunities for members to become informed about Indigenous culture, worldview, politics, and governance. This is achieved through lectures by Indigenous speakers, reading and discussing fiction, story telling and nonfiction) from Indigenous and non-Indigenous sources.
Bill Lomax is the CEO of the First Nations Bank of Canada, a Canadian Chartered Bank. (see full description below)
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Bill Lomax, a member of the Gitxsan Nation in Northern B.C., is the new President and CEO of the First Nations Bank of Canada, a Canadian chartered bank. A graduate of U.B.C. law school, he then went on and took his Master of Business Administration degree at Columbia University in New York. As an Adjunct Lecturer at Stanford University he lectures on creating wealth through investments by and for Indigenous clients. In 2015 he joined Goldman Sachs and has grown a portfolio of more than $2 billion. Mr. Lomax recently returned to B.C. as head of the First Nations Bank of Canada. For over 20 years he has represented Indigenous clients throughout North America, that is, Turtle Island.
[Photo credit: The Globe and Mail]