Sue Lemon has been appointed chief executive officer of CFA Society Toronto, effective January 7.

Lemon is an experienced investment practitioner and executive with a proven track record in institutional fixed income markets and strategic planning.

She has been an active volunteer with CFA Society Toronto for the past 20 years, where she is a past member of the board and past president.

“Sue is a natural fit for this leadership role with CFA Society Toronto. We look forward to working with her,” said Josephine Marks, Board President, CFA Society Toronto.

Throughout her career at Canada Trust, CT Investment Counsel, Nesbitt Thomson, and CIBC World Markets, Lemon secured progressively senior industry roles. With broad knowledge in Canadian and global fixed income markets she formed MSL Advisory Corp in 2008. Lemon led CIBC to consecutive #1 ranking in Greenwich sales surveys and managed global teams in New York, London and across Canada and Asia. Sue was on CIBC’s Managing Director selection committee; the IDA’s Capital Markets Committee and chaired its graduate recruitment program.

Lemon is a cum laude graduate of Ryerson Business Management and earned her charter in 1989.

CFA Society Toronto supports the professional and business development of more than 8,000 CFA charterholders in Toronto, making it the second largest CFA Society in the world.