BMO for Women Partners with Women and Gender Equality Canada

BMO for Women Partners with Women and Gender Equality Canada

BMO for Women partnered with Women and Gender Equality Canada to produce webinars specifically for not-for-profit organizations that support women. Three key topics were identified as critical to these organizations: Financial Health, Strategic Planning and Partnerships & Collaboration. These 45-minute webinars, hosted by BMO, feature subject matter experts who provide relevant information on each of these topics. Although created for the not-for-profit sector, any organization can benefit...
Day of the Girl Roundtable brings female leaders together with youth

Day of the Girl Roundtable brings female leaders together with youth

On September 16, BMO assembled a group of female leaders from across the bank—Personal and Business Banking, HR and Communications, Wealth Management, Capital Markets, and IT—to sit down with seven young women participating in the Girls Belong Here program. They were joined by three inspiring female entrepreneurs and by Caroline Reisboro, CEO of Plan International Canada, the organization spearheading Girls Belong Here. BMO is the Leading Sponsor of the program. With discussion ranging from...
BMO Celebrating Women in Agriculture: Janet Parsons

BMO Celebrating Women in Agriculture: Janet Parsons

At this year’s International Plowing Match in Verner, ON, BMO was pleased to honour Janet Parsons as part of the BMO Celebrating Women in Agriculture program. Janet, along with her husband John, has been recognized for her 20 years of outstanding work in developing, sustaining and promoting one of a vital organization to the local agriculture industry, the West Nipissing East Sudbury Agricultural Support Projects Inc. (WNESASP). WNESAP is an organization created by area farmers who wished to...
Darryl White on Plan International Canada’s Girls Belong Here program

Darryl White on Plan International Canada’s Girls Belong Here program

The future depends on more young women feeling empowered to pursue leadership positions across all industries, in Canada and abroad. That’s why in 2018, seven BMO executives, including CEO Darryl White, took part in Plan International Canada’s Girls Belong Here program, inviting young women to step into their roles for a day. As part of a series of events celebrating International Women’s Day, BMO’s CEO, Darryl White, invited Ravicha, last year’s BMO CEO for a day, back for a chat to reflect...
Things to Consider for a Business Partnership

Things to Consider for a Business Partnership

A business partnership is an exciting undertaking, but it is very important to ensure that everything about that partnership is taken into consideration in the legal documentation. Casey Thomson, Owner of The Cheese Gallery in Thornbury, Ontario discusses her experience with starting a business with a business partner, and the benefits and the necessary due diligence of partnership agreements. Subscribe to Her Money, Her Way on iTunes...