Meet Carol Lee, Director at BMO Capital Markets and Former RTBS Award Recipient

Women of Influence | February 08, 2018

Carol Lee is a Director with BMO Capital Markets in their Investment & Corporate Banking group. She recently returned to investment banking, following a sabbatical, through Women in Capital Markets' Return to Bay Street program. Now in its eighth consecutive year, Return to Bay Street so far has helped 42 senior professional women return to the capital markets industry after an extended absence, contributing to increasing the proportion of women in leadership roles in the financial sector by giving qualified women the opportunity to resume their careers at similar levels as they left, and to serve as role models for others. 

Prior to her career break, Carol advised corporations, hedge funds and institutional investors on transactions over a 14 year investment banking career in Toronto, London and New York.

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