As Corporate Credit Chief for publicly traded Domtar Corporation (NYSE: UFS), Madeleine provides oversight and support of credit risk management on a global scale.
She is recognized for her 25 years of extensive experience in leadership, corporate credit administration, credit risk & operations, credit enhancements and global trade. She has implemented new strategies and efficient credit structures across the Americas, Europe, Asia and the Middle East in various sectors of the economy. Before joining Domtar, Madeleine held executive global positions with Abitibi/Bowater, Teleglobe, Microsoft, Softimage, Foxboro and Archer Daniels Midland.
Madeleine’s active involvement in business and humanitarian causes spans over 25 years of service through participation on numerous public, governmental and non-profit organizations’ boards and advisory committees. She is currently serving on the boards of Université de Montréal, Investissements Québec and the Canadian Center for the Purpose of the Corporation (expert panel member) as an independent director.
A highly sought-after speaker in the field of credit risk management and global commerce, Madeleine is a recurring Keynote guest speaker for major global conferences in her field such as: ICTF (International Credit Trade Finance); FCIB (Finance Credit International Business); NACM (National Association Credit Managers); CCR (Credit, Collections, Risk) and CIC (Credit Institute of Canada). Her articles are published in specialized Credit magazines globally.
A leader in her field, Madeleine is recipient of multiple awards among others: the AFFQ Leadership award (2016 in Montreal), the CCR World commendation excellence award (2011 in London, England), and the NACM-Canada award for the advancement of her profession (2009 in Toronto).
Madeleine holds a Directors Education Program (DEP) diploma in Governance from the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, a short MBA from McGill Executive Institute, a BA in Specialized Translation from Concordia University and a diploma in Finance from HEC jointly with the Canadian Credit Institute.