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WCM Montreal Mentor Lunch & Learn with Catherine Milum

Wednesday, November 27th 2019
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Montreal, QC

Mentor Lunch & Learn with Catherine Milum
Join us for lunch and a fireside chat with one of our 2019 Champions of Change, Catherine Milum, Head of Wealth Sales, Wealth & Asset Management, Canada at Manulife. Catherine will share insights from her experience and outline tips that can be applied to your own career progression.

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

12:00-12:30 PM: Registration and Networking
12:30-1:15 PM: Speaker Session
1:15-1:30 PM: Q&A

Catherine Milum

Head of Wealth Sales, Wealth & Asset Management, Canada at Manulife

Catherine Milum is a customer-obsessed sales powerhouse. From client services to sales and marketing, she has spent the last 25 years learning, training and becoming an authority in helping make customers’ decisions easier and their lives better.

As the Head of Wealth Sales for Wealth and Asset Management, Canada, she guides the National Sales team of more than 100 professionals by openly imparting her knowledge and experience to help advisors grow their business.

Clearly, she is passionate about growing strong relationships and about developing the abilities of talented team members – with a specific focus on women in the industry – but she is also an accomplished presenter, with hundreds of seminars on countless topics under her belt.

For her, information-sharing is about connecting and having fun, and her creative approach has earned her a reputation as one of the top practice management leaders and sales trainers in the industry.

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?