The Women in Capital Markets (WCM) Senior Women’s Network (SWN) Business Leaders forum will be held on April 24, 2013 at the National Club. This year’s topic is “How can business ensure that the 21st century belongs to Canada?”.
Clara Angotti will be joined by two other panelists including Carol Wilding, CEO of the Toronto Board of Trade and Bill Thomas, CEO of KPMG. Each will express their own views on the topic. The discussion will be moderated by Michael Hlinka, CBC Radio’s Metro Morning business commentator.
The Senior Women’s Network (SWN) is an exclusive group within Women in Capital Markets (WCM) intended to encourage networking among women at the most senior levels. Members are recognized as accomplished women leaders in the capital markets and its associated industries and are highly regarded for their contributions to our local and global communities. SWN membership is by invitation only and currently includes prominent leaders in the corporate, entrepreneurial and public sectors.
The network aims to bring together senior leaders to build new relationships and facilitate discussions focused on key business and social issues. Members enjoy a number of benefits, including exclusive events ranging from high-profile speakers to more informal networking opportunities.
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