The Financial Management Institute of Canada (fmi*igf) is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit volunteer association, founded in 1962. fmi*igf delivers national programs through conferences, a professional journal and webinars covering high-level, universal themes with a focus on relevant and contemporary issues in financial management. The association operates with fourteen Chapters across Canada.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of fmi*igf. To celebrate, the Institute is challenging its members along with other financial professional’
Executive Director of the Ottawa Food Bank, Peter Tilley, said that “the Ottawa Food Bank is most dependent on the support of our community partners. This creative initiative from our friends at fmi*igf, in celebration of their 50 years of dedicated service, will be a big help at this time of year. And beans are a welcome staple with which we can re-stock our shelves.”
Lucia Stachurski, President of the Financial Management Institute of Canada, stated that “we have tremendous volunteers committed to improving financial management in the public sector and I am confident that fmi*igf will work hard to achieve this lofty goal of 50,000 cans of beans for our communities in need across Canada.”
The fmi*igf “Beans for the Banks” campaign wraps-up at fmi*igf’s annual Public Sector Management Workshop (PSMW) in Toronto in June 2013 where the final tally will be announced.
For more information about the “Beans for the Banks” campaign please visit www.fmi.ca
Christopher Egan, National Manager, Business Development
Financial Management Institute of Canada