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Alexandre Bilodeau


Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Double Olympic Gold Medalist & Investment Advisor

As a two-time Olympic champion, Alexandre is well placed to bear witness to the importance of the mental strength in athletic success. The same strength and determination are required to be able to be successful in any field, especially in business. It’s the same hard work and determination that allowed Alex to make Olympic history twice – once in 2010 when he became the first Canadian athlete to win a gold medal on home turf, and again in 2014 when he became the first Canadian double Olympic champion in moguls’ freestyle skiing. Today, he uses those assets in his new favourite field: the demanding world of finance & investing. 

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High Performance Standards in Business & Sport

What if entrepreneurs and business people were inspired by the same high performance standard as elite athletes to succeed at the highest levels?

Champions come to training with one goal in mind: to be their best. To stand on the top step of the podium, you have to stand out, surpass yourself, train and above all believe in your mental and physical abilities.

Failure too plays a role in the journey. It’s when you fall that you learn, improve, refine and adjust. Knowing how to get up is the key to success.

You are only as good as your next deal.

Team Spirit

An Olympic medal is never won alone, it takes a whole team to be on top, and to stay there! Just like the success of a business.

No champion can claim to have won an Olympic medal alone. Respect for the team is essential. Knowing how to surround yourself is knowing how to win.

Bilodeau compelled our nation with his inspiring story of determination, and his personal story of the incredible support around him, including his ever smiling brother Frédéric, born with cerebral palsy.

Focus on the Journey

Stress kicks in when you give meaning to what you do. This is because you don’t know the outcome of what you care for.

Why fight against the stress?

Instead find a way to be comfortable within it and focus your energy on the journey.

The outcome will result as the product of your journey.

Platform Plus Presentations

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Round Table / Panel Discussion
Alexandre's participation in discussions on different themes.
Individual or Small Group Coaching
Meeting with business leaders for motivation and coaching session.

Audience reviews:

  • Fantastic. He's professional. He's great and personable. 100 per cent.

    - Woodbine
  • The event was a great success! Alexandre Bilodeau is an amazing speaker who really captivated the audience by sharing stories and things he has learned through his career. A lot of his stories really resonated with the audience & we received a lot of feedback that they really enjoyed having him as a keynote speaker for the event! He was so kind as well to answer tons of questions at the end of the meeting. Thank you again NSB for making the booking of Alex very easy and seamless! - Employment and Social Development Canada

Speaker Biography

Alexandre Bilodeau is the first freestyle skier to successfully defend an Olympic Gold Medal.

Today, Alexandre is part of a Capital Partners team as an investment advisor where he is actively involved in the evaluation of potential acquisitions, the due diligence process as well as the follow-up with portfolio companies. 

Accounting & Finance

The work and determination that allowed Alexandre to make Olympic history allow him, even today, to excel in his new favorite field: the demanding world of finance. Competition in business is fierce. The obstacles are numerous, as are the failures.

Alexandre holds a Specialized Graduate Diploma (DESS) in accounting from HEC Montreal, a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the John Molson School of Management at Concordia University as well as a professional accountant designation certification (CPA).

Previously, Alexandre served as an advisor in the audit team and subsequently as senior advisor in transactional services at KPMG. He has worked on numerous financial due diligence for acquisitions and sales with private and public companies in various sectors.

World Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist

A native of Rosemère, Quebec, Alexandre first fell in love with freestyle when he watched Jean-Luc Brassard compete in Lillehammer. Following in the footsteps of his idol, he became the top Canadian junior in freestyle at age 14.

At age 17, he joined the national freestyle moguls team and went on to an astounding career through sheer hard work. In the 2008-2009 season, he won the world championship in dual moguls, as well as placing first in the World Cup. Nearly one year after his historic medal, he repeated the feat, grabbing the world champion title in the duals event. In the same year, Alex became the first Canadian to win a Gold Medal in a Canadian-hosted Olympics at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver.

After paring down his competition schedule to perfect his technique and concentrate on school, he made a convincing comeback for the 2012-2013 season, winning the World title in Norway and the National championship in Val-St-Côme, Quebec, both in parallel. In February 2014 he defended his title and won another Gold medal in Sochi, Russia – becoming the first Canadian in history to win back-to-back gold medals in consecutive winter games.

He’s played an active role in numerous non-profit organizations, including the TELUS Foundation’s Community Investment Committee, Special Olympics Quebec, Children’s Health Canada, the MAB-Mackay Foundation and the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, in addition to sitting on the board of directors of the Quebec Foundation for Athletic Excellence.