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136.68 +1.22    +0.90%
16:00:00 - Closed. Currency in CAD ( Disclaimer )
Type:  Equity
Market:  Canada
  • Volume: 1,826,229
  • Bid/Ask: 136.65 / 136.70
  • Day's Range: 134.92 - 137.15
Bank of Montreal 136.68 +1.22 +0.90%

Bank of Montreal Company Profile

 
Get an in-depth profile of Bank of Montreal, including a general overview of the company's business and key management, as well as employee data and location and contact information.
IndustryBanking Services
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Bank of Montreal (BMO) is a Canada-based financial services provider. The Bank provides a range of personal and commercial banking, wealth management, global markets and investment banking products and services. The Bank conducts its business through three operating groups: Personal and Commercial Banking, BMO Wealth Management and BMO Capital Markets. The Personal and Commercial Banking business includes two retail and business banking operating segments, such as Canadian Personal and Commercial Banking and the United States Personal and Commercial Banking. BMO Wealth Management business provides a full range of clients, from individuals and families to business owners and institutions, offering a wide spectrum of wealth, asset management and insurance products and services. BMO Capital Markets provides products and services to North American and international corporate, institutional and government clients through its investment and corporate banking and global markets divisions.

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Name Age Since Title
Ralph M. Barford 92 - Honorary Director
John F. Fraser 90 - Honorary Director
Richard M. Ivey - - Honorary Director
A. John Ellis - - Honorary Director
Robert H. McKercher - - Honorary Director
David Alexander Galloway 78 1998 Honorary Director
Robert Chevrier 78 2000 Honorary Director
David Ross Beatty 79 1992 Honorary Director
Bruce H. Mitchell 76 1999 Honorary Director
Harold N. Kvisle 69 2005 Honorary Director
Matthew William Barrett 77 - Honorary Director
J. Blair MacAulay - 1971 Honorary Director
Martha C. Piper 76 2006 Honorary Director
Guylaine Saucier 76 1992 Honorary Director
William Darryl White 50 2006 CEO & Director
Robert M. Astley 77 2004 Honorary Director
William A. Downe 69 2001 Honorary Director
F. Anthony Comper 77 1990 Honorary Director
Lorraine Mitchelmore 59 2015 Independent Director
Eva Lee Kwok 79 1999 Honorary Director
George Alexander Cope 60 2006 Independent Chairman of the Board
Sophie Brochu 58 2011 Independent Director
Janice May Babiak 64 2012 Independent Director
Nancy C. Southern 65 1996 Honorary Director
Christine A. Edwards 70 2010 Independent Director
Jerry Edgar Alan Nickerson 85 - Honorary Director
Stephen E. Bachand 83 1999 Honorary Director
Eric H. Molson 84 - Honorary Director
Stephen John Dent 61 2021 Independent Director
Craig W. Broderick 62 2018 Independent Director
Eric Richer La Fleche 60 2012 Independent Director
Ronald N. Mannix - - Honorary Director
Martin S. Eichenbaum 67 2015 Independent Director
Linda S. Huber 63 2017 Independent Director
Peter John Gerald Bentley 92 - Honorary Director
David E. Harquail 65 2018 Independent Director
Madhu Ranganathan 57 2021 Independent Director
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Pierre Re
Pierre Re Dec 14, 2022 11:25AM ET
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New shares issued below $119.
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what is the face value of BMO share ?
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no corona no covid
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over 100 finaly
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Why is BMO lagging the other major Canadian banks?
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So glad i bought BMO.
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me too. I am from indonesia
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@investing in, mortgages in canada have last resort features such as default insurance and borrower liability that makes mortgage defaults rare. On top of that Canadian banks have very high reserves requirements and they operate in an oligopoly. Shorting Canadian banks is not the same game as shorting US banks.
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Canadian Banks stocks should crash in the next housing correction in Toronto
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The US big short is shorting them and said at least 20% drop on the cards
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the genius has spoken. so stupid.
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will move up to around 75
 
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