"Not only did I learn at HEC Montréal – I learned to love learning. This Quebec institution with a century-long tradition has always been at the avant-garde of business innovation. This has been a huge source of motivation to me to stay involved with the HEC Montréal Foundation and even serve as a lecturer."
Maxime Normandeau, Jean-François Cloutier and Mirzet Kadric, three donors in their thirties, decided to invest in the future of HEC Montréal through a planned gift. Proof that legacy giving can start at any age…
After obtaining his degree in management and finance, Jean-François Marcoux held a series of senior management positions at several prominent firms.
In 2012, Aimé Quintal, a member of the HEC Montréal council of governors and the HEC Montréal Foundation’s Club Héritage, gave a planned gift of $1 million to the School to provide additional scholarships to talented students.
"When society has been good to you and the state has paid for a significant part of your education, it’s your responsibility to give back with your time and money.”"
"I want to give back to the institution that helped make me who I am. This is my way of saying thank you for everything I’ve received."