Category: BMO for Women

BMO for Women recognizes the achievements of women leaders who are excelling in their business and making an impact in their communities. By honouring women who are successful entrepreneurs, philanthropists or innovators, BMO for Women nurtures and inspires the next generation of exceptional women leaders.


Forbes ranks BMO one of America’s Best Employers for Women in 2020

 

BMO for Women, Diversity and inclusion

For the second consecutive year, BMO Harris Bank has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of America’s Best Employers for Women. The selection is based on an independent survey from a sample of more than 75,000 U.S. employees working for companies employing at least 1,000 people in their U.S. operations. Survey questions are related […]

A little girl signs up for the position of treasurer BMO changing the conversation about women and finances

 

BMO for Women

Launching on International Women’s Day (March 8), BMO’s new campaign targets financial stereotypes for girls, for women, and for their financial futures. The centrepiece of this campaign is the story of Jane. As she grows up, Jane’s confidence about money is shaped by stereotypical messaging that continues to exist in society, media and even how […]

BMO Celebrates Women Entrepreneurs at Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards

 

BMO for Women

BMO is committed to supporting initiatives that empower women—our colleagues, customers and members of the communities we serve. It’s all part of our Bold Commitment to help create a future with zero barriers to advancement and success, and it supports the fulfillment of our Purpose as an organization: Boldly Grow the Good – in business […]

Women having a discussion during a business meeting BMO’s Andrew Irvine speaks to Financial Post about our $3 billion commitment to women entrepreneurs

 

BMO for Women

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 […]

Kristi Michem and Lesley Marks BMO Female leaders make headlines promoting gender equality

 

BMO for Women, Diversity and inclusion

Kristi Michem, Chief Executive Officer of BMO Global Asset Management, who recently shared her seat with a Girls Belong Here ambassador, and Lesley Marks, Chief Investment Strategist of BMO Private Wealth Canada, and recent participant in the Day of the Girl roundtable discussion, have made headlines talking  about BMO’s commitment to advancing women’s empowerment, and […]

American Banker names Team BMO “Most Powerful Women in Banking & Finance” for 10th consecutive year

 

BMO for Women, Diversity and inclusion

For an unprecedented 10th year in a row, American Banker magazine has named BMO’s team of female leaders the “Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance,” recognizing them for their professional achievements and their impact on the banking and financial services industry. To top off a decade of wins, this year, Ernie Johannson, Group Head, […]