Executive Management

Andrew Moor


Andrew Moor joined the Company as President and Chief Executive Officer and a Director in March 2007. Under Andrew’s leadership, Equitable has grown from its position as a Trust Company with $3 billion of total assets to become Canada’s 7th largest bank with over $100 billion of assets under administration. Since 2007, he has worked with Equitable’s senior management team to lead the organization through the financial crisis of 2008, build a significant national business in single family lending, establish Equitable as a major participant in the Canada Mortgage Bond program establish EQ Bank as Canada’s leading digital bank, launch a reverse mortgage business, enter the equipment lending business through the acquisition of Bennington Financial, acquire Concentra Bank and make a majority investment in ACM Advisors.

Andrew’s focus in recent years has been in positioning Equitable Bank as “Canada’s Challenger Bank”.  Andrew is a keen observer of the challenger and neo bank community around the world. He is interested in how banks can leverage technology to improve the societies in which they operate and is a proponent of Open Banking as a means of delivering financial services more effectively to people from all walks of life.

Andrew joined Wood Gundy Inc. in 1987 and was a Managing Director in the private equity division of CIBC before joining SMED International in 1996 as CFO. He was later promoted to President. After SMED was acquired in 2000 for approximately $300 million, he was backed by private equity investors to become President and CEO of Invis Inc. He built Invis to become Canada’s largest residential mortgage brokerage and the business was acquired by HSBC in 2005.

Andrew is a member of the Executive Council of the Canadian Bankers Association, the Business Council of Canada, Chairman of the Banks and Trust Companies Association, and a former Chairman of Mortgage Professionals Canada. He also serves as a director of Sleep Country Canada and as an Advisory Board member of the Smith School of Business at Queen's University.

Andrew graduated from University College London with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. He also earned his Master of Business Administration from the University of British Columbia and holds the ICD.D designation.

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