McGill University (Bachelor of Arts, 1965). Universite de Montreal (Licentiate of Laws, 1968). Harvard University (Master of Business Administration, 1971).
Director, Federal Business Development Bank, since 1986.
Commissioner, Quebec Securities Commission (Commission des Valeurs Mobilieres du Quebec), 1981-1987. Vice President and Director, Eldee Foundation, since 1984.
Executive Committee Member, Mount Royal Progressive Conservative Association, 1979-1984. Official Candidate for the Progressive Conservative Party, 1980.
Director, 1977—and President, 1982-1984, Harvard Business School Association de Montreal.
Director and Member of Executive Committee, Canada-China Trade Council, Xavier, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, since 1987.
Working as a partner of BLOOMFIELD & BLOOMFIELD. Admitted to the bar, 1969, Quebec.
International Law Association (Member, International Monetary Law Committee, MOCOMILA, since 1976). International Bar Association (Member, Business Law Section, since 1986). Montreal, Quebec and Canadian Bar Associations.