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HEC Montréal takes top honours at the 2019 Financial Open Cup

January 29, 2019

HEC Montréal once again finished first overall at this year’s Financial Open Cup. The 2019 edition of the interuniversity finance and accounting competition was held from January 25 to 27 at Université Laval, in Quebec City, and brought together over 350 students from 11 universities.

The HEC Montréal delegation’s results, by discipline:



Surprise Case


Management Accounting


Financial Accounting


CFA Ethics Challenge


Market Finance






The delegation was composed of 36 students:

Surprise Case: Étienne Gauthier, Charlène Grept, Éli Mignault and Natasha Séguin

Management Accounting: Marc-Antoine Dion, Arthur Jolivet and Ève Provost. Coaches: Elizabeth Coutu and Étienne Fournier

Financial Accounting: Nicolas Brooks, Amélie Dussault and Alice Lambert. Coaches: Sébastien Chung, François D’Anjou, Sonia Molleyres and Vanessa Tremblay

CFA Ethics Challenge: Jérémy Bastien, Antoine Bouchard and Julien Galisson. Coach: Jacques Lemay

Corporate Finance: Simon Campbell, Étienne Gravel and Stéphanie Rondeau. Coach: Jacques Lemay

Market Finance: Benjamin Elemond, Pierre-Hugues Forest-LeSieur and Alexandre Minville. Coach: Jacques Lemay

Personal Financial Planning: Alexis Brunier, Charles Deslippe and François-Nicolas Landry. Coach: Jean-François Cloutier

Taxation: Selma Madoui, Marjorie Touchette and Simon Vallières. Coaches: Chloé Fortin and Jean-François Prémont-Corbeil

Stock Exchange Simulation: Norman Bloch, Marc-André Dargis, Étienne Gauthier and Philippe Proulx-Rocray. Coach: Antoine Camus

Quiz: Ian Perreault, Nicolas Richard and Charlotte Théberge-Gagnon. Coach: Gabriel Arvisais


Delegation volunteers: Alexandre Bourdeau, Charlène Grept, Éli Mignault, Justine Noël-Fournier, Daphnée Rodier-Tremblay and Natasha Séguin

Delegation co-ordinator: Marianne Gélinas


Accompanying the delegation: Stéphanie Leverdier