Ryan believes that style-forward suits, can simultaneously respect the expectations of the corporate finance business environment, and express the wearer's personal style.
Subtle personal style.
Ryan Bulmer seems pretty clear about what's important in his role as Director, Diversified Industries at the Corporate Finance Division of BMO. Banker's blue is still important... but, in today's competitive environment, so is a statement of personal style.
Ryan says, "Given how important first impressions are, which is further heightened when meeting and interacting with corporate executives, I believe a well fitted suit is not a luxury, but a necessity."
He believes that the ability to customize his suits, even with subtle details, helps accentuate his personality and creativity beyond the standard banker’s blue.
King & Bay's Master Clothier, Michael Truong works closely with Ryan to develop his personal style signature – like with this 3-piece checkerboard flannel suit, which Ryan loves.
Ryan professional world extend beyond business hours. He works out and connects with like-minded professionals in social settings.
Ryan's sense of style helps with first impressions everywhere he goes.
In my business – corporate finance – blue suits are still something of a uniform. However... I don't believe blue has to be boring. I love working with King & Bay to design a suit that reflects my personal style and stands out in a sea of blue.