RBC Capital Markets Virtual Information Session | September 2

| August 31, 2021
Submitted by RBC Capital Markets Virtual Information Session

Join RBC Capital Markets at their upcoming information session to meet the colleagues and learn more about the RBCCM Innovation Programs like RBC Rundle and RBC Aiden.

RBC Capital Markets is a part of the Royal Bank of Canada, one of the largest providers of financial services in the world. They rank among the top five banks in North America by market capitalization and have one of the highest credit ratings of any financial institution in the world.

In Global Markets, AI and machine learning are powering the next generation of electronic trading solutions for our clients. AI Engineers on their Toronto trading floor are at the center of this effort, applying cutting-edge methods utilizing the latest hardware to process torrents of high-frequency transaction data. Working collaboratively within global, cross-functional teams of traders, developers, and relationship managers, your technical skills, creativity, and entrepreneurial mindset will enable you to see things differently and drive initiatives to deliver value and insights for the world’s largest money managers.

Their Global Investment Banking division provides underwriting of equity and debt capital as well as strategic advisory services for leading corporations, institutions and governments throughout North America and around the world. RBC Capital Markets is Canada’s leading investment bank. They have built our successful investment banking business by focusing on our clients and the industry sectors in which they operate.

Event Details:

Thursday, September 2

  • Time: 5 – 6 p.m. (EDT)
  • Register: OSCARplus

Questions? Contact cacampusrecruitment@rbccm.com.

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