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Bay Street Successful Story -

  • 27 Jun 2007
  • 5:30 PM - 6:45 PM
  • Metro Hall Meeting Room 303
Subject Bay Street Successful Story
Speaker Jacqueline Szeto,
Past President,
Women in Capital Markets
Time 5:30pm-6:45pm
Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Venue Metro Hall Meeting Room 303
(55 John Street, South-east corner of King and John)
Cost Free of charge
Other RSVP By June 20, 2007

Speaker Bio:
Jacqueline is currently a Vice President Director in Debt Capital Markets, Institutional Fixed Income Sales at TD Securities. After graduating from University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, she joined CIBC WG's Treasury training program. In 1992, Jacqueline accepted a position in Treasury sales at TD in Hong Kong and covered institutional accounts across Asia. In 1994, she moved back to Toronto and worked in Foreign exchange and Money markets. Since 1999, her focus has been in Institutional Fixed Income sales.
In the past few years , Jacqueline has become very involved with WCM. In 2004, she was elected on the board of Directors of WCM as the director of Benchmarking. In May 2005, she organized the inaugural Gender Diversity Forum, which involved all the heavy-hitters of Bay Street to discuss retention, advancement and work/life balance of women in the workforce. The WCM Catalyst Benchmarking report was released in 2006 which received overwhelming response from the industry and the press.
Jacqueline has been involved in various charities and fundraisers. This includes the Cathay Ball, Mon Sheong Foundation, Open Arms International fundraiser and TD Securities Employee Charity auction which she was Vice-chair in 2003 and Chair in 2004. Through her involvement in WCM, Jacqueline has been invited to speak to the Rotman Women in Finance Club, University of Women’s Club and to the delegates of BankSETA on Gender Diversity. Jacqueline has also been quoted in the media  such as National Post, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Women’s Post, CBC radio, Business Edge magazine and RobTV for her views in women issues in Capital markets.
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