Laura Money

Laura Money Laura Money

Executive Vice-President, Chief Information and Technology Innovation Officer

Laura Money is Executive Vice-President, Chief Information and Technology Innovation Officer of Sun Life. In this role, Laura oversees all aspects of Information Technology including strategy, architecture, infrastructure, development and applications. She is passionately committed to advancing digital transformation and innovation to support Sun Life’s Clients and business partners.

Prior to Sun Life, Laura held senior IT roles at a major Canadian bank. In these roles, Laura led the technology development and support of corporate functions and enterprise-wide capabilities and transformations, working with diverse teams to support Clients and business partners. She also oversaw and delivered the initiatives required to transform key client processes across all channels.

Laura has over 30 years of experience in Canadian, American and British financial institutions, having worked with Accenture in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K., and in several executive business and technology roles at two Canadian banks.

Laura graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Industrial Engineering, earned an MBA from INSEAD and recently completed the Rotman/ICD Director’s Education Program to earn her ICD.D designation.

Laura has received several awards and accolades throughout her career, including being recognized with the 2024 Report on Business Magazine’s Best Executive Award from The Globe and Mail. Other recent recognitions for her leadership and impact include being named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network, one of the Top 10 Canadian CIOs by CIO Review, HMG CIO of the Year Award and one of North America’s Top 10 Female Chief Information Officers by Business Chief.

Laura is Chair of the Board at Bowtie Life Insurance Company. In 2024, she was invested as an Honorary Colonel of the 400 Tactical Helicopter Squadron, part of the Royal Canadian Air Force. She also served as a past Vice President of the University of Toronto Schools Alumni Association, where she was recognized with the Heartwood Award for Volunteer Service. Laura represents Canada internationally as a member of Age Group Team Canada for Standard Distance Triathlon and is also an avid marathoner and ski mountaineering racer. Laura has three children and lives with her husband in Toronto.