TORONTO — The Canadian Bankers Association has named Anthony Ostler as its new president and chief executive.
He will step into the role at the end of February, replacing Neil Parmenter who resigned on Dec. 23, 2021.
The banking industry lobby group says Ostler most recently worked as head of stakeholder engagement in global marketing at State Street in Boston.
Prior to working at State Street, Ostler held roles at Manulife, Canaccord and RBC according to his LinkedIn profile.
The Canadian Bankers Association says it represents 69 member institutions who combined employ more than 280,000 people.
Along with policy advocacy, the association also promotes financial literary and works to protect customers from financial crime.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 25, 2022.
The Canadian Press