Betty DeVita

Betty DeVita is the Chief Business Officer and member of the board for Finconecta, a technology company that connects digital solutions and financial services companies via an API platform to accelerate digital transformation and open banking. Betty is a global executive with expertise in digital transformation and consumer financial services/payments. She served as Chief Commercial Officer of Digital Payments & Labs, MasterCard from 2015-2019. In this global role, she was responsible for commercializing MasterCard Labs innovations including an innovative digital order ahead payments platform and an IoT commerce platform. Prior to this role, she served as president, MasterCard Canada where she oversaw all aspects of the company’s enterprise with a mandate for continued growth and innovation. Before joining MasterCard, she held various positions of increasing responsibility with Citi, in their global consumer franchise from 1982 to 2010. She left Citi as the Chair/CEO for Citibank Canada Inc. where she led the franchise across all lines of business during the global financial crisis. Her geographic scope of experience for Citi also included Latin America, the U.S. and Asia. She has served on the Executive Council of the Canadian Bankers Association and in 2014 was inducted into the Women’s Executive Network Hall of Fame as one of Canada’s Most Powerful Women. Ms. DeVita holds a Bachelor of Science from St. John’s University and holds a CEO Certificate from the program at Wharton-KMA in Seoul, South Korea. She earned the Institute of Corporate Directors certification from the University of Toronto and has Chaired and served on multiple private and non-profit boards /committees. She was the Chair of the Ted Rogers business school advisory board, Ryerson University, and an independent director at the Molson Coors Beverage Company (NYSE: TAP) from 2016-2020, where she sat on the audit committee. She joined the Banco Popular Board (Nasdaq: BPOP) in June 2021 where she sits on the Technology and Talent/Comp Committees. In November 2021, she joined the Home Capital Group (TSX: HCG.TO) where she sits on the Audit and Technology Committees.