Congratulations to our 2015 Leadership Award Winners

WCM | November 05, 2015

On Thursday, November 5, 2015, more than 250 industry leaders gathered in Toronto to pay tribute to three individuals who have combined professional excellence with a demonstrated commitment to advancing and supporting women in capital markets.


Following the keynote address by three-time Olympic gold medalist Marnie McBean, O.C, the 2015 WCM Leadership Awards were presented to:

2015 WCM Rising Star Award - Rachel Megitt, Director, Global Initiatives, RBC Capital Markets - Watch Video >>

Award for Leadership – Male - Mark Wiseman, President and CEO, CPP Investment Board - Watch Video >>

Award for Leadership – Female - Kirsten Kennedy, Managing Director, Canada Investor Sales, BMO Capital Markets - Watch Video >>

"Great role models and senior-level sponsorship are critical to creating the environment and opportunities for the advancement of women into leadership roles in business," said Jennifer Reynolds, Former President & CEO, WCM.


Press Release: WCM Announces 2015 Leadership Award Recipients  


WCM would like to thank our Title Sponsor, EY, and our Media Sponsor, Investment Executive.

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