Emerging Leaders | Networking Session with Camilla Sutton

Thursday, December 3rd 2020
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Virtual Program, ON

During this exclusive event, Emerging Leaders Award winners will have the opportunity to hear from WCM’s outgoing President and CEO, Camilla Sutton, about her career trajectory and commitment to fostering diversity in Capital Markets by confronting systemic inequities. 

This is an interactive session so please come prepared with lots of questions.

Camilla Sutton

President and CEO, WCM

Camilla Sutton is the President and CEO of Women in Capital Markets (WCM), a national not-for-profit that aims to accelerate gender diversity across financial services.

Camilla's career spans more than two decades in capital markets, most recently as Scotiabank’s Global Head of Foreign Exchange, responsible for the firm’s FX trading desks, electronic trading and distribution, sales teams, and the global strategy. Prior to this role, she was Scotiabank’s Chief FX Strategist, providing global macro commentary and advisory services across the firm’s client base.

Earlier in her career, she was part of Portfolio Management at OMERS and Equity Research at BMO Capital Markets. Camilla holds a BA from Dalhousie University and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business. In addition, she is a CMT and CFA charterholder. She is an active member of the global investment community. She is a past member of the CFA Society Toronto’s Board of Directors and was previously a member of the Bank of Canada’s Foreign Exchange Committee.

Camilla sits on ParticipACTION’s Board of Directors and she is also a member of several committees within the United Way and CFA Society Toronto.

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