Rania Llewellyn Biography – Rania Llewellyn Wiki
Rania Llewellyn is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Laurentian Bank of Canada. Prior to that, she served as the Executive Vice President of global business payments at Scotiabank from Apr 2018 – Oct 2020.
She started her career as a part-time teller at Scotiabank. She held a series of managerial and executive roles, including Senior Vice President of Products and Services, and Global Transaction Banking from Sep 2015 – Apr 2018, Senior Vice President of Commercial Banking and Growth Strategy from May 2014 – Aug 2015, President and CEO of Roynat Capital at Scotiabank from Nov 2011 – May 2014, SVP & Head of Canadian Operations at Roynat Capital, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Scotiabank from Jul 2010 – Oct 2011, Vice President of Multicultural Banking at Scotiabank from Sep 2007 – Jun 2010, Director of Power and Infrastructure, and Corporate Banking at Scotia Capital from Nov 2004 – Sep 2007.
Born in Kuwait, Rania grew up in Kuwait and Egypt, completing the first two years of her commerce degree at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. After the start of the Gulf War, Rania Llewellyn’s parents emigrated to Canada in 1992, where she completed her bachelor’s degree. She graduated with an undergraduate degree from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax. She also earned her MBA from Saint Mary’s University.
Rania Llewellyn Age
Rania Llewellyn’s age is unclear. She was born in Kuwait to an Egyptian father and Jordanian mother.
Rania Llewellyn Husband
Rania Llewellyn is married to her husband Sean Llewellyn.
Rania Llewellyn Children
Rania and her husband have two children, Sofia and Zachary.