Bank of Montreal (BMO.TO)Has Assurance $200,000 In Grants To Six Women-Owned Businesses Across North America For Their Contributions.

Throughout the whole year, the stock of the Bank of Montreal noticeably rising to today. On January 12, the company’s worth was at Can$99.29; later, it declined to Can$95.12. From February 24, it began modestly to surge with fluctuating. From January to July illustrates a great outcome, and it gains momentum by 33%.In cooperation with Deloitte, BMO Financial Group announced today the extension of its 2021 Grant Program for women-owned companies across North America. BMO Celebrating Women, a BMO-owned community program, has pledged $200,000 in grants to six women-owned businesses across North America to contribute to social, environmental, and economic sustainability outcomes through their organizations’ policies, practices, or products as part of this year’s program.

BMO is a long-time leader in the advancement of women in business. SheEO, a non-profit organization that provides financial support to enterprises headed by women and non-binary individuals, has received $1.2 million in funding.BMO announced a $750 million Women in Business Bond launch, with profits going to women-owned businesses as defined by BMO’s Sustainable Financing Framework.

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