Dominique Vachon

Dominique Vachon is a consultant in business strategy and an associate economist with the Montreal Economic Institute. Ms. Vachon was senior economist and later chief economist and vice president of the National Bank of Canada from 1991 to 2002. She is an experienced analyst and for six years wrote a weekly column in the business newspaper Les Affaires. She was also a regular participant in public affairs programs, including Les affaires et la vie on Radio-Canada, where she was an economic commentator. In 1997, she was awarded the “Prix Femme d’affaires” by the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal. She completed her doctoral studies in finance at HEC Montréal and holds a master’s degree in economics from the University of Montreal.
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