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Lara Zink

Lara Zink

Lara Zink is the president and CEO of Women in Capital Markets. WCM is the largest network of female professionals in Canadian finance, with initiatives that impact the careers of countless female students and professionals across the country. Prior to joining WCM Lara spent 18 months in venture capital. She is an angel investor and a mentor at a startup accelerator called NEXT Canada. NEXT accelerates the growth trajectory of aspiring and scaling entrepreneurs with education, mentorship, funding, and access to Canada’s strongest entrepreneurial network.

From 1995 to 2019 Lara was a Managing Director at RBC Capital Markets. She sold North American and European equity research and investment banking products to many of Canada’s largest institutional investors, including pension funds, bank owned mutual funds, and independent fund managers. A lead partner in RBC Women’s Leadership ETF, she has been a strong advocate for ED&I throughout her career, and has extensive volunteer experience for social impact. She holds the ICD.D designation, is a member of the University of Toronto Governing Council, sits on two Foundation boards, is a member of the CAMH Campaign Cabinet, and is an active volunteer for the Special Olympics.

Lara Zink is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow her on LinkedIn.
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