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Russell is a graduate of McGill University and has served on the boards of Interac, the Canadian Payments Association, the Canadian Bankers Association and the Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People.
The Canadian Bankers Association (CBA) announced today the appointment of Eric Prud homme as its Director, Quebec.
According to the Canadian Bankers Association, it is up to each bank individually to ensure compliance with Canada's economic sanctions.
Flaherty would want to limit how and where consumers can access information about insurance," the Canadian Bankers Association said in a statement.
According to the Canadian Bankers Association, combined card fraud losses in 2008, exceeded one-half billion dollars in Canada alone.
Many institutions define small businesses according to their own needs--the Canadian Bankers Association classifies a company as 'small' if it qualifies for a loan authorization of less than $250,000, whereas the Export Development Corporation defines small or 'emerging' exporters as firms with export sales under $1 million.
Last week the Canadian Bankers Association was calling for tax cuts in Ontario.
At home in Saskatchewan, Anne has been actively involved in the hockey community, various Canadian Bankers Association sub-committees, as well as TD Bank's Friends of the Environment chapter.