Chartered Institute of Management Accountants

CPD Event - Edmonton

CPD Edmonton - Regional Action. Global Opportunity

CIMA Canada - Alberta invites you to a presentation on “Edmonton Metropolitan Region: Regional Action. Global Opportunity."
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Date May 17, 2017
Time 5:45pm – 8pm
Venue AHS main building (North Tower) on 107th street
Cost No charge
CPD 2 hours

Malcolm D. Bruce, MSM, Chief Executive Officer

Effective January 19, 2015 Malcolm Bruce became the CEO of the Capital Region Board, the Edmonton Metropolitan Region planning body. He reports directly to the Capital Region Board and, in executing the Board’s Strategic and Business plans, leads a professional staff team of nine.

Malcolm Bruce is a 30 year veteran of the Canadian Forces where he commanded at all levels. Malcolm’s wide range of skills in leadership; strategic planning and organizational change have been sought out to support the strategic planning and execution of operations both abroad and at home including; 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games and most recently in the 2013 Alberta floods.

  He has been deployed overseas five times including Iraq in 2006 where he served as the strategic force planner while on exchange with the British Army and to Afghanistan for a 12 month deployment as the Chief of Advisors for the Afghan ministerial development mission.

Malcolm holds a Bachelor of History from the University of Manitoba and holds two Masters of Arts degrees from the Royal Military College of Canada. He is a Trustee with the Foundation for the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry and remains an active volunteer supporting military families.

Malcolm enjoys camping, fishing, hunting, rugby and scuba diving. He has been happily married to Shawna Bruce for the past 27 years and continues to be supervised by three adult daughters, with a sense of humour and the occasional medicinal dram of single malt.

This event may help you to achieve your CIMA CPD goals. It also provides CPD credits of 2 hours for other bodies