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Louise Tardif, BCom
Retired, National Bank Financial - Ottawa, ON, Canada

Louise Tardif

Retired since April 2008, Louise worked at National Bank Financial from 1986 where she was manager of the Ottawa branch and Vice-President.  As manager of the Ottawa branch, she was coordinated a tema of more than 20 investment advisors and was responsible for more than $500 million in client assets.

After graduating with a BCom from the Telfer School, Louise obtained her Fellowship of the Canadian Securities Institute (FCSI) and the designation of Certified Investment Manager (CIM).

Louise's community work was recognized by several organizations including the Business and Professional Women's Association (business women of the year), the YWCA nominee for the Woman of Distinction Award), and the University of Ottawa (Trudeau Medal).

Louise is still active in her community and sits on the board of governors of the University of Ottawa where she is president of the Treasury Committe and a member of the Pension Plan Investment Committee. She is also president of the board of directors of Bridgehead and vice-president of the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa (YSB).

As a retirement project, Louise is pursuing a PhD in Religious Studies at the University of Ottawa.


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