Lynn Jeanniot Inducted Into the Women's Executive Network Hall of Fame

Lynn Jeanniot Inducted Into the Women's Executive Network Hall of Fame 
MONTREAL, Dec. 3, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ -National Bank is proud to announce that 
Lynn Jeanniot, Executive Vice-President - Human Resources and Corporate 
Affairs, will be inducted into the Women's Executive Network Hall of Fame. 
She received this honour after being named one of Canada's Most Powerful 
Women: Top 100 in the Corporate Executives category for a fourth year in a 
row. She is joining a select group of 93 other women in the Women's Executive 
Network Hall of Fame. 
"This recognition is well deserved. Since her arrival, Lynn Jeanniot has 
greatly contributed to the Bank's development. Her leadership business vision 
and ongoing efforts to provide our employees with a stimulating work 
environment are indispensable assets for our organization," stated Louis 
Vachon, President and Chief Executive Officer of National Bank. 
"Receiving this recognition is truly an honour. I am looking forward to 
sharing it with my whole team," said Lynn Jeanniot. "Our vision is to offer 
employees a work environment where they can reach their full potential. I 
would like to thank them for their trust in us, and for the sincere commitment 
they have demonstrated." 
Lynn Jeanniot has been Executive Vice-President - Human Resources and 
Corporate Affairs and a member of the Office of the President since September 
2008. A strong leader, Ms. Jeanniot is known for her commitment to excellence 
and her passion for her sector of activity. 
She is deeply committed to supporting communities, and sits on the Board of 
Directors of the Fondation de l'UQAM and the newly reorganized consulting 
committee of WXN Quebec. She also plays a key role in the fundraising of a 
range of organizations, such as the Fondation surdité et communication of the 
Institut Raymond-Dewar. 
Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 is a prestigious Canadian award for the 
highest achieving female leaders in the country, in their respective 
industries. Ms. Jeanniot is part of an elite group of 728 women across Canada 
who have been honoured with this distinction by the Women's Executive Network 
over the past decade. The full list of 2013 winners is available at 
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