Sean St. John National Bank
Sean St. John National Bank's Bio:
Sean St. John is a Toronto-based business executive with expertise in the banking and financial industry. He serves as the Executive Vice President and Co-Head of Fixed Income, Currencies & Commodities at National Bank Financial.
Sean has spent the last 22 years of his career at National Bank during which time he has helped grow the bank’s fixed income group into a top ranked Canadian underwriter, with National Bank now the top bank in government and high yield finance. As a member of National Bank’s executive management team, Sean is also responsible for all aspects of the fixed income division, including sales and trading, interest rate derivatives, debt capital markets and infrastructure finance.
Prior to joining National Bank, Sean worked at Burns and Fry, where he served as a Junior Bond Trader, then moved to Richardson Greenshields, where he worked as a Corporate Bond Trader.
Sean St. John graduated with honors from York University in 1990 with a degree in business administration.
In addition to his love of playing hockey, Sean enjoys yoga and spending time up in his cottage. He is an avid art collector with interests in French-Canadian art and contemporary photography.
Sean is an advocate for several charities around Toronto and Canada and participated in the annual Scotiabank Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer 2018 Event at Woodbine Racetrack. The event raised $2.7 million to support cancer research at the Princess Margaret Centre. Sean also supports and advocates for Right to Play, United Way, The Children’s Breakfast Club, and the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
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Sean St. John National Bank's Interests & Activities:
Watersports (swimming, waterskiing, paddle boarding)
Winter sports (skiing, snowboarding)
Music (fan of classic rock, singer-songwriter Music i.e., Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder, David Grey)
Art (collector; fan of contemporary and French-Canadian art; contemporary photography)