canadian natl railway co (CNR:Toronto)
Former Chief Executive Officer of CN Investment Division and President of CN Investment Division, Canadian National Railway Company
|Age||Total Calculated Compensation||This person is connected to 14 board members in 1 different organizations across 5 different industries.|
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Mr. Tullio Cedraschi served as the Chief Executive Officer and President at CN Investments. Mr. Cedraschi joined the CN Investment Division in 1968 as a Financial Analyst. Mr. Cedraschi was subsequently appointed Investment Officer, Manager, and General Manager. He was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer and President in November 1977. Mr. Cedraschi serves as a Governor of National Theatre School of Canada and served as its President. He served as the Chief Executive ...
935 de La Gauchetière Street WestPhone: 514-399-7091
Montreal, Quebec H3B 2M9
Board Members Memberships*
Former Director, Member of Governance & Nominating Committee and Director of Freehold Resources Ltd
Former Director, Member of Health, Safety & Environment Committee and Member of Compensation Committee
Former Independent Director, Chairman of Human Resources Committee and Member of Governance Committee
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