Moody’s Outlook for the Canadian Banking and North American Life Insurance Sectors

November 8, 2016 | Canada

Moody’s Investors Service will conduct a briefing to discuss the Canadian Banking and North American Life Insurance sectors on Tuesday, November 8 in Montreal and Wednesday, November 9 in Toronto. Moody’s speakers will be: » David Beattie, Senior Vice President » Laura Bazer, Vice President – Senior Credit Officer » Jason Mercer, Assistant Vice President - Analyst Please register early as spaces will fill up. There is no charge to attend this Moody’s event. For full details and to register, please click on the link to the right.

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