George Walz, you make us proud.

BMO’s George Walz named one of Chicago’s Notable LGBTQ Executives


BMO’s George Walz, U.S. Chief Compliance Officer, has been recognized by Crain’s Chicago Business as one of Chicago’s 2020 Notable LGBTQ Executives. George joins Tony Tintinalli and Paul Dilda, who were previously recognized as notable LGBTQ executives in Chicago. All three continue to make BMO an inclusive workplace through their advocacy for LGBTQ communities.

As the bank’s most senior Latino executive in the U.S., George uses his position as an opportunity to support both the Latino and LGBTQ+ communities at BMO. George is a member of the Latino Alliance and BMO Pride Employee Resource Groups at the bank and mentors employees both as part of various diversity councils and informally.

 



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