Friday, March 31, 2023
The Empire Club of Canada Presents:
Building a Strong Ontario
While the world continues to face economic uncertainty and geopolitical instability, Ontario has a plan to support businesses and people while laying a strong fiscal foundation for future generations.
Join Ontario’s Minister of Finance, Peter Bethlenfalvy, for a keynote speech and fireside chat on Ontario’s 2023 Budget, where he will share more about how the province is building a stronger Ontario for families, workers, and businesses.
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Peter Bethlenfalvy is Ontario’s Minister of Finance. He was elected as MPP for Pickering—Uxbridge in 2018 and was re-elected in 2022.
As Minister of Finance, he is responsible for the management of the province’s finances and building the environment for long-term economic prosperity. Throughout COVID-19, Minister Bethlenfalvy provided the supports Ontario families, workers, and businesses needed through the pandemic. Now, with Premier Ford, he is working to Get It Done for our healthcare system, communities, and economy to ensure they are stronger than ever before.
Prior to entering public service, Minister Bethlenfalvy served in senior leadership roles for several financial institutions including as President and Chief Operating Officer of TD Securities (USA) and Co-President of DBRS.
He has served on the Board of Directors for many charitable organizations. In 2014, he joined the True Patriot Love Expedition to the magnetic North Pole in support of Canadian military families.
He holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Business Administration from McGill University which included a year at the HEC School of Management, Paris, and a Master of Arts in Political Science from the University of Toronto.