How Return to Bay Street Introduces a New Pool of Talent

By Women in Capital Markets | | April 10, 2017

The Return to Bay Street Award is designed to help professional women re-launch their careers in the Canadian capital markets after an extended period of absence from the industry. Learn more about the RTBS Award.

"The program offers a lot of support for re-launching your career. I started the Return to Bay Street contract on the CVA desk. I worked there for a few months and moved over to the Investor Solutions Group. I have been with this group for five years and I am now a Managing Director. What I like most about being back in the industry is being able to work with really smart people and the sense of accomplishment I get when I achieve results." - Catherine Staveley, Managing Director, Global Structured Products, BMO Capital Markets.

Learn more about WCM's Return to Bay Street Program

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