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Mentor Evening Session with Mari Jensen

Thursday, January 23rd 2020
4:45 PM to 6:30 PM
Toronto, ON

Mentor Evening Session with Mari Jensen
Join us for a fireside chat with Mari Jensen, Deputy Treasurer at MUFG Bank Canada and former Chair of WCM's Board to learn about her personal career trajectory. Mari will share insights from her experience and offer advice and useful tips that can be applied to your own career progression.

About WCM Mentor Events
WCM Mentor Lunch & Learns or Evening Sessions are an opportunity for a small number of professionals to meet informally with a female leader in the industry over lunch or appetizers. The mentor will share experiences, insights and advice with professionals from the early stages of their finance or capital markets careers. These events are targeted to junior and mid-level female professionals.

4:45-5:00 PM: Registration
5:00-5:30 PM: Speaker Session
5:30-6:00 PM: Q&A 
6:00-6:30 PM: Networking & Reception

Mari Jensen​

Deputy Treasurer, MUFG Bank Canada

Mari is Deputy Treasurer at MUFG Bank Canada, where she oversees treasury and asset-liability management and leads the Canadian foreign exchange sales team. Mari has over 25 years of progressive experience in capital markets and banking. Previous to MUFG Bank Canada, Mari was a senior member of Scotiabank Global Banking & Markets Institutional FX Sales team, where she provided FX coverage to investment managers in North America. Prior to Global Banking & Markets, Mari gained broad experience at Scotiabank, including in wealth management and retail banking. Mari served on the Board of Directors of Women in Capital Markets from 2011 to 2019, including terms as Past Chair, Chair, Vice Chair, and Secretary. Her leadership and dedication were recognized as the 2013 recipient of the WCM Rising Star Award. Mari completed her MBA in Global Asset and Wealth Management from Simon Fraser University (Vancouver) in 2004 and holds a BBA in Finance, also from SFU. She holds the Chartered Market Technician and Chartered Financial Analyst designations.

What is your reaction to the fact that the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women will be chaired by a man?