Women’s finances

Here is our series of conferences and articles to help you take action and boost your financial independence 


Why is it important to discuss personal finance with each other?

We often discuss our work, relationships, family, and even our physical health. Some of us even open up about our mental health. So, why can't we discuss our financial health as openly? Why is money still taboo?

Do you identify with any of these statements?

  • 3 out of 4 women say they wish they'd started managing their finances sooner.
  • Less than 1 in 4 investors are women.
  • More than half of women don’t feel comfortable investing.

Tell us about your life plans. We're here to help you make it happen.


Check out our conferences to increase your financial independence 

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Invest in you, conferences for women 

Talking about money is the first step towards financial independence. The more we talk about it, the more we learn, and the more confident we become about taking charge of our financial future

Our Invest in you conferences are a great starting point for opening discussions on topics such as:  

  • Supporting a loved one

  • Protecting your assets

  • Planning for retirement

  • Achieving financial equity in a couple

  • And much more


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How to help other women in the finance industry

Become an advisor to better serve the interests of women

The world of finance needs more women. Not sure if you're ready to get started? Read about why women are essential to the financial community and why we need more women investment advisors. Maybe it'll inspire you to join our ranks!

Young Women Students Mentorship Program

Are you a student who’s passionate about finance and people? Have you considered becoming a wealth advisor? Our mentoring program for women gives you hands-on experience in the field.


Our commitment to women: take action today

In addition to our commitment to increasing women's financial independence, we proudly support several initiatives that contribute to the development of women. Here are some of our major partnerships.

Let’s overcome the disease together


It is estimated that 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.

Beyond your financial health, we care about your physical well-being as well. That's why we contribute to the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation's research and support mission.

The Game.Set.Equity. initiative


Advancing gender equity is key to promoting tennis within Canada. That’s why National Bank and Tennis Canada have partnered on the Game.Set.Equity. initiative. From local courts to the professional circuit, the goal of this commitment is to create lasting changes throughout the tennis community. 

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