BMO Corporate Social Responsibility

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 […]

Five BMO Bankers named to Crain’s 2020 Notable Minorities in Commercial Banking list Five BMO Bankers named to Crain’s 2020 Notable Minorities in Commercial Banking list

 

Diversity and inclusion

Five BMO Harris Commercial Bankers were recently recognized by Crain’s Chicago Business as part of their 2020 Most Notable Minorities in Commercial Banking feature. The 40 executives included in the list represent a variety of leading financial institutions in the Chicago area, and work with clients ranging from large corporations to middle-market and small businesses. […]

A woman with a mask selecting paint for the mural BMO invites Chicago student artists to create mural on unity and hope

 

Community giving, Diversity and inclusion

Last month, BMO invited Chicago students to transform the plywood that covered BMO’s main Chicago branch during protests into beautiful works of art that communicate unity and hope. The murals represent the opportunity Chicagoans have to create a more inclusive and just community, together. Several Chicago not for profits will take part in producing artwork […]

DEI logo BMO earns 100 on 2020 Disability Equality Index for the fifth year in a row

 

Diversity and inclusion

Every day, BMO celebrates our differences and our commitment to having zero barriers and fostering a culture of inclusion for all, which creates stronger teams and allows us to Boldly Grow the Good in business and life. We are pleased to announce that BMO has received a 100 on this year’s Disability Equality Index (DEI) […]

George Walz BMO’s George Walz named one of Chicago’s Notable LGBTQ Executives

 

Diversity and inclusion

BMO’s George Walz, U.S. Chief Compliance Officer, has been recognized by Crain’s Chicago Business as one of Chicago’s 2020 Notable LGBTQ Executives. George joins Tony Tintinalli and Paul Dilda, who were previously recognized as notable LGBTQ executives in Chicago. All three continue to make BMO an inclusive workplace through their advocacy for LGBTQ communities. As […]

Hands holding hands BMO Announces Next Steps in Eliminating Racial Injustice

 

Corporate social responsibility, Diversity and inclusion

BMO has announced next steps in our commitment to a society with zero barriers to inclusion by working to eliminate racial inequities across the organization and the financial services industry. A variety of initiatives are now underway to address gaps that are impacting Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) employees, customers, and communities. Direct […]