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Kim Ulmer
RBC Regional President 
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and North Western Ontario

Kim Ulmer is the Regional President for Manitoba, Saskatchewan and North Western Ontario.  Responsible for achieving a best in class sales and service experience for all clients in business and personal banking, Kim is thrilled to lead and is inspired by a talented workforce of over 2,600 employees from the radiant fields of Saskatchewan to the vibrant city of Sudbury.   

Kim Ulmer, a 29 year veteran of RBC, has dedicated herself to a variety of roles in various markets and fields. Having proudly begun her career as a summer student in Regina as a Client Advisor, Kim has held progressively senior roles including Regional Vice President for Regina and Parkland Region, Vice President Commercial Financial Services for Southern Saskatchewan, and Vice President Small Business for RBC’s Canadian Banking division.

Passionate about youth and the entrepreneurial spirit, Kim is active in the community and a strong supporter of employee volunteerism. Kim is a member of the Business Council of Manitoba, and a member of YPO (Young Presidents’ Organization). Kim has been appointed to the Levene Advisory Board at the University of Regina and is currently serving as Capital Campaign Cabinet Member of the Winnipeg Art Gallery. 

Kim holds an MBA from Dalhousie University and a diploma in Business Administration from SIAST, and received an honorary degree from Saskatchewan Polytechnic in the spring of 2018.

Kim and her husband Garnell, together with their son Lucas reside in Winnipeg, Manitoba surrounded by family, friends and a spirited community. 


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The Bachelor of Commerce Dinner 2019 is hosted by The Associates -- one of Manitoba's premier business networks. The Associates provide our students with opportunities to forge valuable business connections and are an active presence in the Asper School of Business: mentoring, coaching, lecturing, providing support, and connecting students with employers.