David Jacobson - Bank Of Montreal Vice Chair

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Amb. David Jacobson is Vice Chair of the Company. Prior to joining BMO, Mr. Jacobson served as the 22nd United States Ambassador to Canada, holding the role from 2009 to 2013. As Ambassador, Mr. Jacobson worked to expand the bilateral trading relationship between the United States and Canada, which resulted in a 43 increase in twoway trade, raising it to the highest level between any two countries in history. Ambassador Jacobson led the Beyond the Border and Regulatory Cooperation efforts to improve the security and efficiency of the border between the two countries. He worked to strike a balance between using North Americas energy resources and preserving the environment, and to foster the shared values of the United States and Canada around the world. For his efforts, Ambassador Jacobson received the State Departments 2012 Sue M. Cobb Award for Exemplary Diplomatic Service. Before becoming Ambassador, he served in the White House as Special Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel. Before joining government service, he was a corporate lawyer in Chicago, where he was active in civic and political affairs
  Executive Since 2013      
416-867-7366  http://www.bmo.com
Jacobson received a JD from Georgetown University, where he was the Administrative Editor of the Georgetown Law Journal. He received his BS from the Johns Hopkins University.

Management Efficiency

The company has Return on Asset of 0.01 % which means that on every $100 spent on asset it made $0.01 of profit. This is way below average. In the same way, it shows return on shareholders equity (ROE) of 0.11 % implying that it generated $0.11 on every 100 dollars invested.
The company has 118.13 B in debt with debt to equity (D/E) ratio of 15.26 . This implies that the company may be unable to create cash to meet all of its financial commitments.

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Company Summary

Bank of Montreal provides diversified financial services primarily in North America. The company was founded in 1817 and is headquartered in Montreal, Canada. Bank Of Montreal operates under BanksDiversified classification in USA and is traded on BATS Exchange. It employs 45513 people.Bank Of Montreal (BMO) is traded on BATS Exchange in USA. It is located in 129 rue Saint Jacques and employs 45,513 people. Bank Of Montreal was previously known as Microsectors Fang Etns Due January 8 2038 and was traded on BATS Exchange under the symbol FNGS. Bank Of Montreal is listed under Banking category by Fama And French industry classification.

Bank Of Montreal Leadership Team

Eric Fleche, Independent DirectorView
J Prichard, Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the BoardView
Thomas Flynn, Chief Financial OfficerView
Craig Broderick, Independent DirectorView
Martha Piper, Independent DirectorView
Patrick Cronin, Chief Risk Officer, BMO Financial GroupView
Martin Eichenbaum, Independent DirectorView
Erminia Johannson, Group Head, North American Personal Banking & U.S. Business Banking, BMO Financial GroupView
Alexandra DousmanisCurtis, Group Head, U.S. Retail and Business BankingView
Catherine Roche, Head, Office of Strategic ManagementView
Sophie Brochu, Independent DirectorView
Cameron Fowler, President - North American Personal and Business BankingView
Don Wilson, Independent DirectorView
Alex DousmanisCurtis, Group Head, U.S. Retail and Business BankingView
Steve Tennyson, Chief Technology and Operations OfficerView
Philip Orsino, Independent DirectorView
David Harquail, Independent DirectorView
Kevin Lynch, Vice ChairView
Richard Rudderham, Chief Human Resource OfficerView
Surjit Rajpal, Chief Risk OfficerView
Gilles Ouellette, Chairman of the Board, BMO Nesbitt Burns, Group Head, BMO Asset Management and Vice-Chair, International, BMO Financial GroupView
Jean Ares, Chief Technology and Operations OfficerView
Mona Malone, Chief Human Resources Officer and Head of People & Culture, BMO Financial GroupView
Ronald Farmer, Independent DirectorView
Simon Fish, General CounselView
Janice Babiak, Independent DirectorView
Connie Stefankiewicz, Chief Marketing OfficerView
Darryl White, Chief Executive Officer, DirectorView
William Downe, CEO and DirectorView
George Cope, Independent DirectorView
David Jacobson, Vice ChairView
David Casper, U.S. Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group, Chair and Chief Executive Officer, BMO Harris Bank N.A. and Group Head, North American Commercial BankingView
Christine Edwards, Independent DirectorView
Franklin Techar, COOView
Robert Prichard, Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the BoardView
Linda Huber, Independent DirectorView
Daniel Barclay, Chief Executive Officer & Group Head, BMO Capital MarketsView
Andrew Chin, Director Investor RelationsView
Joanna Rotenberg, Chief Marketing Officer & Head - StrategyView
Christopher Begy, CEO of BMO Financial Corporate and U.S. Country HeadView
Lorraine Mitchelmore, Independent DirectorView

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