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Nadine Renaud-Tinker succeeds Martin Thibodeau

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Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) on Friday announced the appointment of Nadine Renaud-Tinker as president, Quebec headquarters. She will be taking over the helm from Martin Thibodeau, who has headed the bank in Quebec for the past five years. Thibodeau has been appointed regional president, British Columbia.

The effective date of the appointments has not been determined yet.

In her new role, Renaud-Tinker will be responsible for carrying out the bank's strategic objectives and managing business priorities in Quebec.

Currently regional vice president of commercial financial services in Quebec, Renaud-Tinker leads the commercial banking team as well as the teams covering RBC Quebec's financial services and major industry specializations.

"During her tenure, Nadine has enabled her teams to deliver excellent results in a very competitive market. She is recognized as a dynamic and impactful leader who fosters strong relationships with her teams and instills an exceptional client focus," the bank says in its announcement.

Renaud-Tinker joined RBC in 1998. She has held various roles,including branch manager, financial planner, commercial account manager, RVP integrated markets, and within group risk management.

She also leads a number of RBC's mentorship, talent development and women in leadership programs on an ongoing basis. In addition to several leadership roles in the community, she is also a member of the board of directors of the Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital Foundation as well as the Jeunes en Tête Foundation.

Originally from Montreal, Renaud-Tinker has a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Ottawa and a personal financial planning diploma from the Institute of Canadian Bankers. She also holds an executive MBA from Athabasca University.

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