FWA of New York Educational Fund benefits from BMO Capital Markets – Day of Trading, Equity Through Education program

For the ninth consecutive year, the Financial Women’s Association’s educational programs for young women are among the beneficiaries of BMO Capital Markets’ annual Equity Through Education Trading Day held in New York and Toronto in September.

Highlights follow from the BMO Capital Markets Equity Through Education Student Celebration at Bloomberg.


FWA President Kimberly Williams with Renee Lantaigne, BMO Senior Manager, Charitable Giving/Marketing & Planning


he FWA/BMO Equity Through Education Scholars: Jan Bai, Denise Tuan, and Rita Dai


Clare Peirce, Managing Director & Associate General Counsel, BMO Financial Group, addresses the scholars and moderates a panel discussion with BMO colleagues.

“Through the support of BMO Capital Markets over the course of nearly a decade, we have been able to accelerate the advancement of approximately 300 young women – quite literally, helping develop the next generation of financial leaders,” said FWA President Kimberly Weinrick. “We are deeply grateful for the longstanding, consistent contributions of the BMO Capital Markets Equity Through Education program toward this important work.”

“BMO Capital Markets Equity Through Education Trading Day highlights our clients’ and colleagues’ commitment to the community,” said Eric Tripp, President, BMO Capital Markets. “Our objective is to deploy this generosity where it can have significant, sustainable impact, which is another reason why we are pleased to continue supporting the FWA Educational Fund, which makes a lasting, positive difference in the lives of young women professionals.”