|By Marketwired .||
|June 11, 2014 11:19 AM EDT||
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/14 -- To mark Pride Month, media representatives are invited to participate in a BMO panel conference call that will feature experts examining the unique financial issues facing the LGBTQ community.
During the event, the BMO Wealth Institute will be unveiling its latest report which deals with same-sex couples and financial planning considerations. Media who confirm their participation for the panel will be the first in the country to get a copy of the report, which will be released to the public the next day.
WHAT: BMO Media Panel on the Financial Challenges Facing Canada's LGBTQ Community Topics to be discussed include: - How well off are Canada's LGBTQ's compared to heterosexual Canadians? - What special challenges do same-sex couples face with estate planning, health insurance/workplace benefits and/or retirement? - Are financial institutions doing a good enough job addressing the unique financial needs of LGBTQ Canadians? WHO: - Enza Anderson, Financial Service Coordinator, BMO Bank of Montreal - Chris Buttigieg, Senior Manager, Wealth Planning Strategy, BMO Financial Group - Gavin Clark, Wealth Advisor, BMO Nesbitt Burns - Becky McFarlane, Director of Community Programs and Services, The 519 WHEN: Wednesday, June 18, 2014, at 10 a.m. ET WHERE: Media who would like to participate on the call are asked to use the following dial-in: Phone: Local: 416-641-2144/Toll-free: 866-696-5910/International: 800-8989- 6336 Passcode: 9217326
To confirm attendance and to receive an advance copy
of the report, please contact:
Jennifer Feeney, Toronto
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