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At BMO Capital Markets, we are committed to fulfilling our responsibilities to our clients, our employees and the communities in which we operate. We work according to the highest principles of corporate governance, operating our business ethically and transparently. Through funding and volunteerism, we also give back directly to our communities, by supporting charities and not-for-profit organizations.

 

 

 


Citizenship Report

 

 

At BMO Capital Markets, supporting the communities where we live and work is an important part of our culture. Our annual Citizenship Report provides our stakeholders with an overview of how we've contributed to the lives of our employees, our clients, and our neighbours. To learn more about how we're giving back, please view the report.

 


 

Employee Giving

 

 

 

In 2014, 92% of BMO Capital Markets employees made a charitable contribution through the Employee Giving campaign, raising a total of $4.1 million.

 

Each year, BMO Capital Markets employees across North America participate in the BMO Employee Giving campaign. Through the campaign, which is run in conjunction with all of BMO Financial Group's lines of businesses, employees are given the opportunity to make a donation to their local United Way or another charity of their choice.

 

Supporting the communities in which we live and work is an important part of BMO's corporate responsibility platform. In North America BMO partners with United Way because it works to solve immediate issues in our communities and also researches root causes to prevent future problems.

 

BMO Capital Markets employees are not only generous in their financial contributions; they are also generous with their time. More than 230 of our employees volunteer regularly with charitable and not-for-profit organizations in their communities, with more than half being board positions.

 

To learn more about BMO Capital Markets and our employees' charitable initiatives, please view our 2014 Citizenship Report.

 


 

Equity Through Education

 

 

Equity Through Education is a charitable initiative aimed at creating a more diverse workplace. It helps deserving students realize their educational ambitions by giving them opportunities they might not otherwise have.

 

We donate all North American institutional equity trading commissions from one day each year to organizations dedicated to the education of bright and deserving individuals.

 

To date, Equity Through Education has raised C$16.3 million (US$14.5 million). This translates into assistance to over 3,000 students through scholarships, bursaries and job search strategy forums.

 

Our partners in Education

 

The Equity Through Education program supports a number of charities

 

  • Financial Women's Association of New York Educational Fund
  • Imperial College London
  • Indspire
  • The Jackie Robinson Foundation
  • KIPP
  • Lime Connect
  • Loran Scholars Foundation
  • Pathways to Education Canada
  • The National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS)
  • Women in Capital Markets

 

 

Advanced Research Scholarship

BMO Capital Markets is accepting applications for its annual Advanced Research Scholarship. The scholarship is funded by the Trading Products group, and supports research topics relevant to Trading Products activities. Specific topics that include:

 

  • Advanced Pricing Theory
  • Advanced Risk Management techniques
  • Advanced Trading strategies relating to Derivative Markets
  • Market microstructure and trade execution

 

Research proposals will be accepted from PhD level candidates in Mathematics, Finance, or similar. Students in their final year are also encouraged to apply; their scholarship will be pro-rated for the time they stay at the University.

 

Researchers whose proposals are accepted will receive an honorarium. Researchers may additionally be asked to acknowledge BMO and possibly to present the finished paper at a conference or seminar organized by BMO.

 

Each accepted proposal receives an honorarium of CAD $20,000. Larger and more ambitious proposals that may take more than one year will also be considered.

 

The application deadline is November 1, 2015.

 

Proposal submissions should include:

 

  • 1-page summary proposal
  • Curriculum vitæ
  • Relevant previous papers (web-links are acceptable)
  • Letters of reference from their thesis advisors

 

Interviews will be conducted with all finalists.

 

Successful applicants are encouraged to check the eligibility of their proposal for a matching IPS award at the NSERC website.

 

 

Applications should be submitted to: BMOCM.ARScholarship@bmo.com.

 

 

Applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered.

 

 

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