President's Message

Toronto Chapter President's Address to the 2022 Annual General Meeting

Hello CIC Members,  

I would like to thank you, The Toronto Chapter membership, for placing your confidence and trust in me to serve as your President.  I accept this important role of President of the Credit Institute of Canada-Toronto Chapter for the 2022-2024 term.  This is a responsibility that I do not take lightly and I will work towards representing the Chapters’ best interest.

The last two years have been difficult for many and we were forced to move out of our comfort zones and adapt to the changing forces in our environment.  As we re-emerge back into society, let us look ahead for a brighter and successful future.

My primary focus for the up coming term is to develop and foster the Toronto membership engagement through our upcoming seminars and events during the year.  In order to accomplish this goal, we need YOU, our dedicated chapter members to participate by signing up and attending events. You can also spread the word to your fellow Credit and Account Receivable colleagues. Let them know what the Credit Institute of Canada can offer to help them build their network and career.

Everyone, no matter who you are or where you are from have experiences that can positively make a difference in someone else’s life.  This is what our members of the Toronto Chapter Board strive to do with every seminar or event we plan. The Toronto membership is at the forefront of our minds with every decision made to cater to your needs.  This is an open invitation to anyone who will like to share their experiences by joining our Board of Directors to help build up the Toronto Chapter membership.  You are welcomed to reach out to us to find out more about our monthly board meetings and the various committees you can participate in.

In closing, I look forward to meeting all of you and working with the incoming Board of Directors to make the Toronto Chapter stronger and more resilient as we progress through 2022 and beyond.  
Thank you,

Michelle Niles
Credit Institute of Canada Toronto Chapter