Are you a student who is passionate about finance and people? Have you considered becoming an investment advisor? Our mentoring program for women gives you hands-on experience in the field.
Come join our team
Becoming an investment advisor with National Bank Financial - Wealth Management means choosing a stimulating work environment in which women can thrive and excel.
“The National Bank Financial mentorship introduced me to a complete enriching experience in the world of wealth management. From inviting me to the women symposium to having meaningful meetings with my mentor, I have expanded my network and learned more about investing, clients and so much more.”
Nourhan Mohamed Gamaleldin Mohamed (mentee 2018) - University of Ottawa, Ontario
“The Young Women Student Mentorship Program has been one of the greatest learning experience for me yet. Commencing with the symposium was the best introduction to the bank and this initiative as I got the opportunity to meet such distinguished people and hear their experiences. My mentor has been very involved in my development through this program making sure that I get exposure to various aspects within his team and beyond.”
Srishti Singh (mentee 2019) – University of Toronto, Ontario
“National Bank’s Young Women’s Mentorship Program is a fantastic opportunity that has provided me with indispensable connections and experiences. My mentors have inspired me with their passion and hard work. Their support and guidance will benefit me throughout my career.”
Sarah Phillips Smith (mentee 2019) – Acadia University, Nova Scotia
“This program has opened up opportunities for me to learn from my
mentor, Lois Beer, and many inspiring industry professionals.”
Sunny Shee (mentee 2019), University if British Columbia, British Columbia
Vice-President, Development and Client Experience
National Bank Financial Wealth Management
"At the moment, over two thirds of investment advisors in
Canada are men. I find this deeply concerning.
At National Bank Financial, we have built relationships with universities to set up a mentoring program that will attract more women to the profession. It's expanding year after year, and that makes me extremely proud."