According to a news release, Paul will be responsible for treasury and financing activities, managing operating expenses as well as maintaining relationships with the credit rating agencies. She will also be a senior vice-president of the Caisse, and be responsible for ensuring the Caisse’s financial governance meets best practice standards.
Paul, who has nearly 20 years of financial management experience, joins the firm from BCE Corp. She previously spent 10 years at the KPMG audit and taxation advisory firm.
“Her financial skills, combined with her extensive experience in complex organizations, will contribute to the Caisse’s long-term success for the benefit of its depositors and all Quebecers,” said Michael Sabia, Caisse president and CEO, in the announcement.
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