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Mon, 06 Jul 2020 12:30 GMT
MONTREAL, July 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Laurentian Bank of Canada (TSX-LB) (the “Bank”) announces that Deborah Rose, Executive Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer will be retiring from the Bank in February 2021. With its transformation well advanced, the Bank will work on ensuring a seamless transition over the coming months while leveraging its strong foundation to achieve sustainable performance.
About Laurentian Bank Financial Group
Founded in 1846, Laurentian Bank Financial Group is a diversified financial services provider whose mission is to help its customers improve their financial health. The Laurentian Bank of Canada and its entities are collectively referred to as Laurentian Bank Financial Group (the “Group” or the “Bank”).
With more than 3,100 employees guided by the values of proximity, simplicity and honesty, the Group provides a broad range of advice-based solutions and services to its personal, business and institutional customers. With pan-Canadian activities and a presence in the U.S., the Group is an important player in numerous market segments.
The Group has $45.4 billion in balance sheet assets and $27.1 billion in assets under administration.
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