Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Main Content

Financial Services Advisory Board

Strengthening ties with global finance

The Rotman School Financial Services Advisory Board helps the school build and sustain profile and recruitment at leading financial services companies. Its founding Chair, Richard Nesbitt, is a Rotman MBA graduate from 1985.


  • Joanna Rotenberg, Head, Personal Wealth Management, BMO Financial Group

Board Members:

  • Simon Akit, Managing Director, Institutional Equities, Canaccord Genuity
  • Alain Bergeron, SVP, Head of Asset Allocation, Mackenzie Investments
  • Andrew Branion, Executive Vice President & Group Treasurer, Scotiabank
  • Krati Chhajer, Director, Specialized Credit Group, CIBC World Markets
  • Gordon Dunning, President and CEO, Assuris
  • Linda Ezergailis, Piplelines, Power and Utilities, TD Newcrest
  • Alexandra McKay, Director, Rotman Commerce
  • John R. Hastings, Citi Country Officer, Chairman & CEO, Global Banking Head, Citibank Canada
  • Eva Hughes, Managing Director, Specialized Programs, Rotman School of Management
  • John Hull, Maple Financial Group Chair in Derivatives and Risk Management, Professor of Finance and Co-Director, Master of Finance Program, Rotman School of Management
  • David A. Jones,VP Group Life & Disability, Sun Life Financial
  • Rosemary Li-Houpt, VP, Talent Acquisition, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
  • Rachel N. Megitt, Director, Global Initiatives Group, RBC Capital Markets
  • Richard W. Nesbitt, President & CEO, Global Risk Institute
  • Deborah Ng, Director, Strategy & Risk and Head Responsible Investing, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
  • Simon Proulx, Rotman Master of Finance Student Representative, Rotman School of Management
  • Robert Veloso, VP, Investor Relations, Manulife
  • Andrew Wallace, Managing Director & Head, Real Estate Investment Banking, National Bank
  • Ethan Wolfe, Full-Time MBA Student Representative, Rotman School of Management
© Rotman School of ManagementThe Rotman School of Management is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AASCB)