International Women's Day 2014


What would you tell your younger self?

You're Invited!

In honor of International Women's Day and as part of Capco's commitment to the development of our female talent, we are taking this opportunity to push the boundaries with an exciting event, and we invite you to participate.

Join us for an after work networking event with a guest speaker at First Canadian Place Gallery in Toronto on Tuesday, March 11th.

The speaker will be Kerry Peacock, the Executive Vice President of Retail Banking Products & Services at TD Bank Group. Kerry will be invited to share her stories and experiences of forging new paths in her personal and professional life. She will also discuss women’s path to leadership and give insights on the unique challenges women face in today’s world and ways to overcome them.

IWD Celebration Event

Tuesday, March 11th, 5:30-9pm

First Canadian Place Gallery, 100 King Street West, Toronto, M5X 1A9

Guest speaker: Kerry Peacock


5:30PM – 6:30PM: Arrivals & Hors D’oeuvres

6:30PM – 6:45PM: Introductory Remarks

6:45PM – 7:30PM: Keynote Speaker (Kerry Peacock); Q & A

7:30PM – 9:00PM: Networking

Kerry Peacock

As Executive Vice President (EVP), Retail Banking Products & Services, TD Canada Trust (TDCT), Kerry is responsible for the overall strategic direction of the products and services business, which includes everyday banking and investment products like personal loans, mortgages, savings and deposits, and mutual funds.

Drawing upon more than 30 years of experience in financial services, Kerry has advanced her career at TD by building a strong and respected track record for growing businesses, coaching and developing people, and having a passion for winning. She has held a number of increasingly senior roles within TD Bank, including Retail, Business Banking, and Wealth Management and has extensive experience in distribution, corporate communications and product management.

Kerry currently serves on the boards of TD Ameritrade and Pathways to Education and is the Chair of TD’s Aboriginal Steering Committee, which champions diversity initiatives at TD. She previously sat on the boards of the Investment Industry Association and the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments, Board of First Nations Bank, and served as a Director on a number of other not-for-profit boards including the Science World in BC and Ontario Place. Kerry has been recognized by the Women’s Executive Network as one of Canada’s Most Powerful Women.

Kerry holds an MBA degree from the Ivey School of Business in London, Ontario and is an Ivey Scholar in addition to having achieved her professional designation as a Certified General Accountant.

Outside of work Kerry enjoys an active lifestyle and has competed in the Boston Marathon, the Alcatraz Triathlon, and Ironman in Penticton

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