For Immediate Release

TORONTO, June 12, 2018 - The Canadian Bankers Association is pleased to announce that Teri Currie has been appointed Chair of the CBA’s Executive Council, effective immediately, for a term that runs until 2020.

Ms. Currie is Group Head, Canadian Personal Banking, TD Bank Group. As a member of the senior executive team, she is responsible for the leadership of Canadian Personal banking, which includes Branch Banking, Day to Day Banking, Investing and Transformation, Personal Banking Operations, Real Estate Secured Lending and Market Strategy teams.

"Canada’s banking sector continues to lead the world in customer service, innovation, stability and security," said Ms. Currie. "I look forward to working with the CBA’s Executive Council as we work together to meet the challenges and opportunities brought on by evolving customer expectations and the impact of changing technology."

Ms. Currie succeeds Cam Fowler, President, North American Personal & Business Banking, BMO Financial Group, who served as Chair for the past two years and will remain a member of the Executive Council.

"On behalf of the CBA and our members, I’d like to acknowledge Cam Fowler’s exceptional leadership during the past two years and am grateful for his continuing work on the Executive Council," said Neil Parmenter, President and CEO of the CBA. "We know the CBA will benefit from Teri Currie’s great energy, insight and expertise in moving ahead with our ambitious agenda to shape the future of banking for the benefit of all Canadians."

About the Canadian Bankers Association

The Canadian Bankers Association is the voice of more than 60 domestic and foreign banks that help drive Canada’s economic growth and prosperity. The CBA advocates for public policies that contribute to a sound, thriving banking system to ensure Canadians can succeed in their financial goals.

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For more information:

Aaron Boles
416-362-6093 ext 350

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