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“Stronger banks are those attuned to industry evolution”
Date: Nov 02, 2011Royal Bank of Canada CEO Gordon Nixon continually assesses the bank’s businesses in Canada and the US as he spearheads efforts to build global wealth management and capital markets businesses.
Author: Wong Wei Han
Categories: China, Regulation, Retail Banking, Risk and Regulation, Wealth Management
Keywords: Gordon Nixon, Royal Bank of Canada, Investment Banking
Industry still lagging on infrastructure
Date: Oct 26, 2011The lack of proper financial infrastructure is holding the industry back, according to multiple conversations held at Sibos 2011 in Toronto.
Author: Peter Hoflich
Categories: Payments, Transaction Banking
Keywords: Sibos 2011, SWIFT, BNY Mellon, Tim Kearney, INTTRA, HSBC, CCP, Timothy Lane, Bank of Canada, Lawrence Sweet, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Interview transcript: Gordon Nixon, president and CEO of the Royal Bank of Canada, 20th September 2011
Date: Oct 13, 2011Gordon Nixon, president and CEO of Royal Bank of Canada, on the bank's focus areas and its business mix, the implications of Basel III and the bank's position in terms of market and brand perception.
Categories: Regulation, Retail Banking, Risk and Regulation, Wealth Management
Keywords: Royal Bank of Canada, Gordon Nixon, US, OECD, Market Risk, ROE, Liquidity, Scotiabank, Brand Perception