Every company requires finance to stay in business. In hard economic times, companies and people see the benefits of diversifying. Many people have added physical gold to their portfolios to secure their wealth. The demand in gold pushes more projects for mining precious metals and other valuable commodities. Linda Dixon Commodis Peru is proud to be a member of a company that develops mining projects.
Linda Dixon Commodis Peru's experience in finance began in 1977 when she started the management training program at the Bank of Nova Scotia. She became a Chartered Accountant and through Price Waterhouse, worked in Toronto, New York, and Sydney, Australia. In Australia, she helped three foreign banks set up their bank operations.
Other experiences included Vice President Corporate Finance in Sydney, Australia where she played a key role of two takeover transactions of corporations and advised on private and public mergers and acquisitions. In 1990, Linda Dixon Commodis Peru returned to Canada for the position of Vice President of Global Investment Banking of Bankers Trust in Toronto. She also helped develop growth strategies for small to medium size businesses. Her experience led her to become a private merchant banker and wealth strategist.