Appointed President in 2017, Nadine Renaud-Tinker is responsible for managing RBC Royal Bank’s business priorities in Quebec.
She enthusiastically oversees the development of strategic objectives while helping clients thrive, fostering employee engagement and supporting community prosperity.
Bringing with her a wealth of extensive international experience, Nadine joined RBC in Montreal in 1998. Throughout her professional career, she has risen to the many challenges encountered, gaining vast experience within business units of various sizes: Business Financial Services, Personal Banking, Risk Management and Special Loans. Earning numerous promotions along the way, Nadine has held such roles as Branch Manager, Financial Planner, Commercial Account Manager and Regional Vice President, Integrated Markets, in both Quebec and Toronto.
A proven leader, Nadine is recognized for her creativity, entrepreneurship, passion and superb ability to engage her teams. In recent years she has successfully overseen the growth and development of branches and advised a number of small, medium-sized and large businesses.
Alongside her professional activities, Nadine provides ongoing support to various mentorship, talent development and advisory programs, both internally and externally.
With a strong commitment to mental health and children’s causes, Nadine Renaud-Tinker is a member of the Board of Directors of the Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital Foundation, the Jewish General Hospital Foundation and the Fondation Jeunes en Tête. She is actively involved in various philanthropic events in the community, including the Urban BBQ event, which she heads up in support of the Cancer Research Society.
In 2021, she won the Financial Personality of the Year award in the National Financial Institutions category, as part of the Top Financial Industry Leaders in Quebec, awarded by the Finance et Investissement newspaper.
A native of Montreal, Nadine has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Ottawa. She also holds an executive MBA from Athabasca University and a diploma in personal financial planning from the Institute of Canadian Bankers.