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0:06 - Can you tell us about yourself? 0:58 - What recruitment opportunities are available at RBC? 2:01 - What skills stand out to you when students apply to RBC? (Who is your ideal candidate) 3:24 - What stands out to you in a cover letter or resume? 4:51 - Can you describe your ideal resume format? 6:13 - Could you describe the importance of marks, extra-curricular experience and work experience relative to each other? 7:02 - How can students stand out to you while networking? 7:51 - What should students do to get involved with RBC? 9:39 - Why RBC? Get an inside look regarding RBC's university recruiting process and some tips provided by Melissa Larson, Senior Campus Recruiter in Risk and Wealth Management & Elizabeth Bendia Senior Campus Recruiter in Capital Markets at RBC. Filmed at ...
Thinking about a career in Capital Markets? The BMO Capital Markets environment is dynamic, entrepreneurial, fast-paced, and collaborative. Professionals are committed to providing value-added advice to clients. Check out what recent grads have to say about working for BMO Capital Markets.
RBC Capital Markets is unique in its specialized approach to the marketplace. The RBC Knowledge-Based Industries group, for example, focuses on companies in that field and its account managers are embedded in the communities they serve, explains David Rozin, senior account manager.
RBC Capital Markets is a Canadian investment bank, part of the Royal Bank of Canada. With more than 7,100 professionals, it operates out of 70 offices in 15 countries across North America, the United Kingdom, Europe, and Asia. According to Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters, they ranked among the top 12 global investment banks. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Session recording from PROGRAMMATIC I/O San Francisco 2016. Mark Mahaney provides a look through the Wall Street lens at online advertising and programmatic media. Mark Mahaney, Managing Director, RBC Capital Markets http://programmatic.io
According to Business Insider, "The IPO capped off a stellar quarter for RBC Capital Markets, one of the banks handling the tech company's transition to the public markets. The Canadian bank finished the quarter with $81in US equity capital market revenue..." Michael Goldberg, the head of ECM in the US for RBC, stated, "We have more people out there connecting with our clients, serving our clients, and bringing them solutions regardless of what their needs are." http://www.businessinsider.com/dropbox-ipo-helps-rbc-leapfrog-competitors-2018-4 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit Business using http://wochit.com
NATPEtv interviews David Banks of RBC Capital Markets. An expert analyst of the media industry, he has a great deal of vision and insight on the state of content demand and how that is affecting distribution models. Music by www.pacdv.com/sounds/
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Sal Guatieri, Senior Economist at BMO Capital Markets sees growth in Canada at a modest 2% for 2012, and the Bank of Canada likely to hold off on raising rates till early next year, despite a more hawkish tone on Tuesday. He speaks with Dukascopy TV journalist Rowena Harris-Doughty about rates, the Canadian dollar and the economy as a whole.