The Toronto Global Forum is a non-profit organization fostering dialogue on national and global issues. It is held under the auspices of the International Economic Forum of the Americas.
The International Economic Forum of the Americas was founded in 1994 by Gil Remillard, former Quebec Justice Minister and Counsel for the law firm Dentons.
Prominent Canadian Non Profit organization based in Montreal, Toronto and Miami, the Forum aims at promoting an exchange of views and perspectives on pressing economic issues of our times among world leaders, renowned experts and business executives.
The International Economic Forum of the Americas works in close collaboration with international organizations such as OECD, IMF, World Bank, UNESCO, development banks as well as leading companies, universities, and national/local authorities.
The Forum has grown to become a landmark organization bringing together more than 5000 delegates and over 200 speakers combined under the auspices of three annual conferences: the Conference of Montreal, the Toronto Global Forum and the World Strategic Forum.
The International Economic Forum of the Americas also publishes a magazine and several books on a wide variety of issues including corporate management, world economics, and governance.