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BMO’s Andrew Irvine speaks to Financial Post about our $3 billion commitment to women entrepreneurs


We’re proud of BMO’s Bold Commitment to grow the good for a thriving economy by doubling our support for women entrepreneurs. Recently, National Post published an article highlighting our efforts to fund $3 billion for women-led small businesses.

Featuring an interview with Andrew Irvine, BMO’s Head of Canadian Business Banking, the article outlines what led us to launch this historic fund last year — and the massive impact it’s already made in the lives and ventures of women entrepreneurs across Canada.

Check out the full story.



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