A great opportunity for members of the Loyola community to connect.
Guest speaker: Darryl White, CEO, BMO Financial Group
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Mount Stephen Hotel (1440 Drummond St, Montreal)
Cost: $100 per person
Sponsorship information below
Cash bar opens at 11:45am. Lunch is served at 12:15pm. The presentation begins at 1:00pm and ends by 2:00pm. Please reserve your seats now, as space is limited.
We are pleased to announce that this year's guest speaker will be Darryl White, Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group.
Darryl joined BMO in 1994, and has held a number of senior management positions, including Executive Managing Director & Head of Investment & Corporate Banking Montreal, Global Head of Equity Capital Markets & Deputy Head of Investment & Corporate Banking Canada, and Global Head of Investment & Corporate Banking. In 2014, he was named Group Head, BMO Capital Markets and served as CEO of BMO Nesbitt Burns legal entity until 2016. Darryl was appointed Chief Operating Officer, BMO Financial Group in 2016, and appointed Chief Executive Officer on November 1, 2017.
A longstanding community builder, Darryl was honoured by the United Way of New York City in 2016. He actively volunteers with the United Way of Greater Toronto and York Region, is a member of its 2017 Campaign Cabinet as Sector Chair, Finance. He serves as a director of the amalgamated network that includes St. Michael's Hospital, St. Joseph’s Health Centre and Providence Healthcare. Darryl is also a director of the Montreal Canadiens.
Darryl attended Loyola from 1983-1984, prior to moving to Ontario. In 1990, his family returned to Montreal and his younger brother, Lorne, graduated from the high school in 1993. Darryl has been a generous donor to the school and was the chairman of the Loyola High School Foundation Golf Tournament Committee from 2009-2011.
Registration Options for the Business Luncheon:
- Individual: $100
- Table (8 people): $800
- Sponsorship Options (incl. complimentary table & signage)
- Gold: $5,000
- Silver: $2,500
- Bronze: $1,600
(photo: BMO Financial Group)