Thomas S. Monahan

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Thomas S. Monahan
Born October 19, 1956
Arvida, Quebec, Canada
Residence Toronto
Nationality Canadian
Occupation President and CEO
Employer CIBC Mellon
Known for President and CEO, CIBC Mellon 2009-Present [1]
Home town Montreal, Quebec
Height 6'
Spouse(s) Sandra Monahan
Children Neil Monahan, Sarah Monahan, Joseph Monahan
Parent(s) Henry Stephen Monahan, Elizabeth Helen Monahan

Thomas S. Monahan is the President and CEO of CIBC Mellon (as of November 2, 2009 [1] ) succeeding Thomas C. MacMillan. Mr. Monahan is a native of Montreal, Quebec and has a bachelor of commerce degree from the McGill University Desautels Faculty of Management.

CIBC Mellon was founded in 1996 as a joint venture between the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and the Mellon Financial Corporation to offer asset servicing to institutional investors. While commonly known as CIBC Mellon, the company comprises two sister companies, CIBC Mellon Trust Company and CIBC Mellon Global Securities Services Company. Based in Toronto, Ontario CIBC Mellon offers asset servicing to corporate and institutional clients.

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Prior to joining CIBC Mellon, Mr. Monahan was National Sales Manager for CIBC Wood Gundy and Managing Director of CIBC World Markets from 1995-1999. From 1999 Mr. Monahan served as Head of CIBC Wood Gundy. He was named Chair and Chief Executive Officer of CIBC Investor Services in October 2002. [1] He has also worked at the Montreal Stock Exchange and Merril Lynch Canada.

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