Women and Wealth: BMO Hosts Panel to Discuss Challenges and Opportunities

Women and Wealth: BMO Hosts Panel to Discuss Challenges and Opportunities 
- To mark International Women's Day, executives from across BMO's
Wealth Management Group will share their views and new study findings 
- BMO Study: 82 per cent of Canadian women are either the primary
decision-maker or have equal responsibility for household financial
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 03/04/13 -- In advance of
International Women's Day on March 8th, executives from BMO Financial
Group will be hosting a panel to discuss the unique challenges women
face with their finances and, more generally, women and the financial
services industry. In addition, the panellists will unveil findings
from BMO's new Women and Wealth study.  
The panellists will explore a variety of topics, including: 

--  How do investing styles differ between men and women? 
--  Are financial institutions doing a good job of addressing the needs of
--  What challenges do women face when managing their money and making
    financial decisions?
Betsey Chung, Head of Marketing, BMO Private Client Group                   
Caroline Dabu, Vice President and Head, BMO Wealth Planning Group           
Alex Dousmanis-Curtis, Senior Vice President and Head, BMO Harris Private   
Viki Lazaris, President and CEO, BMO InvestorLine                           
Richard Mills, Co-Head, BMO Nesbitt Burns                                   
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 from 9 a.m. - 10 a.m. ET                           
Media are invited to participate through conference call: 416-641-2144 or   
toll-free at 1- 866-696-5910                                                
Participant Passcode: 7763196                                               

Media are also invited to attend the event in person in Toronto.
Breakfast, tea and coffee will be served. Please contact us to
confirm attendance or if you have any questions. 
Media Relations Contact:
Amanda Robinson, Toronto
(416) 867-3996
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