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Company Overview of Canadian Bankers Association

Company Overview

Canadian Bankers Association is a professional industry association that provides information, research, and operational support to its members. The association publishes consultations, reports, submissions, speeches, publications, and fact sheets. The association was founded in 1891 and is based in Toronto, Canada with regional offices in Ottawa, Montreal, Vancouver, and Calgary, Canada.

199 Bay Street

30th Floor

Toronto, ON M5L 1G2


Founded in 1891





Key Executives for Canadian Bankers Association

Chief Executive Officer and President
General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Manager of Media Relations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Canadian Bankers Association Key Developments

Canadian Bankers Association Presents at CACP Annual Conference, Jul-17-2017 09:20 AM

Canadian Bankers Association Presents at CACP Annual Conference, Jul-17-2017 09:20 AM. Venue: Palais des congrès, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Speakers: Malcolm Chivers, Director, Corporate Security.

Canadian Bankers Association Appoints Neil Parmenter as President and Chief Executive Officer, Effective May 1, 2017

The Executive Council of the Canadian Bankers Association announced the appointment of Neil Parmenter as President and Chief Executive Officer of the CBA, effective May 1, 2017. Mr. Parmenter succeeds Terry Campbell, who announced his retirement in September 2016 and has been in this role for six years. Mr. Parmenter is currently the Senior Vice President, Corporate and Public Affairs (Global) and Chief Communications Officer at TD Bank Group. He leads TD's Corporate Communications for Canada and the United States and he leads TD's Canadian Government Relations practice, and counsels the CEO, CFO, Senior Executive Team and Board of Directors on key government relations, communications, and public affairs issues. He also sits on TD's Enterprise Reputational Risk Committee and Senior Executive Crisis Communications team.

Canadian Bankers Association Appoints Cameron Fowler as Chair of the Executive Council

The Executive Council of the Canadian Bankers Association and CBA President Terry Campbell announced the appointment of Cameron Fowler as Chair of the CBA's Executive Council. Mr. Fowler is the Group Head, Canadian Personal & Commercial Banking at Bank of Montreal. He is accountable for the overall business results for the Canadian Personal & Commercial Banking business and is a member of the BMO Financial Group Executive Committee. Prior to joining BMO in 2009, Mr. Fowler held various senior positions within Barclays, Delano Technology Corporation and Braxton Associates/Deloitte Consulting and served as Policy Advisor for the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Government of Ontario.

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