Diversity & Inclusion

Women in Leadership: Meet Meghan MacNicol

September 22, 2021 - 1 minute
Headshot of Meghan MacNicol

Our Women in Leadership spotlight series shines a light on some of the many talented women who work on our team and are committed to developing and empowering their female colleagues.

Meghan MacNicol, Director, Corporate Access, Institutional Equity Sales & Trading, combines her entrepreneurial spirit with her communication skills to deliver events connecting colleagues and profiling role models.

Meghan MacNicol
Director, Corporate Access, Institutional Equity Sales & Trading

Meghan embodies a true entrepreneurial spirit by supporting and profiling women-led initiatives. As the Canadian events sub-committee Lead for our Women in Leadership group, she develops and delivers a monthly panel exploring diverse topics such as lessons from female founders and environmental, social and governance impacts on finance. Through these panels, Meghan uses storytelling to inspire our firm's internal communities to learn, grow, share and connect.

What I do

I am responsible for the origination and execution of global corporate and analyst marketing strategies. I thoroughly enjoy monitoring and developing marketing projects for corporate clients while working alongside sales to ensure quality client service for our asset management relationships.

Proud moment

Some recent proudest personal moments include becoming a homeowner, an aunt, a godmother and my cousin winning the Stanley Cup for two years in a row. Professionally, I re-joined the National Board of the Canadian Investor Relations Institute (CIRI), where I was previously the Ontario Chapter Chair for three years. CIRI is a not-for-profit association of executives responsible for the communication between public corporations, investors and the financial community. Being a part of CIRI has provided me an opportunity to further support my corporate clients.

Advice to my younger self

Prioritize your mental health over your work life. For too long I ignored my anxiety triggers and did not speak up when things did not sit right with me. Oh, and don't roll your eyes too much (this one is ongoing).
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