Crédit Agricole CIB Appoints Wasukama to Lead Quebec Corporate Coverage Team
OCT 20, 2022 - 7:04 am
Crédit Agricole CIB Canada launched a new corporate coverage team for Quebec and eastern Canada. Sandrine Wasukama, a senior banker with 15 years of experience in Quebec, will lead the new team, which will be based in Montreal and will support large corporates, both locally and in their international activities. The team will also support corporates from around the world seeking to invest in Quebec.
The Quebec and eastern Canada team will complement the company’s Toronto-based corporate team covering western Canada, strengthening Crédit Agricole CIB’s presence serving major local and international corporates throughout Canada. Sandrine will report to Ghislain Descamps, senior country officer for Canada.
Sandrine was most recently with Investissement Quebec as a senior relationship manager of corporate finance. Prior to that, she was with Desjardins, with the large corporate team at HSBC and on the M&A team at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton. She began her career with the credit risk team at Société Générale in Montreal.
Sandrine is a member of CPA Quebec, is a member of the Association of Quebec Women in Finance and sits as administrator and treasurer on the board of Petits Bonheurs Diffusion Culturelle.
“We are looking forward to accelerating our contribution to the international growth and ambitions of Quebec-based world leading companies,” Descamps said.
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