Leadership

As a firm serving clients in over 100 countries around the globe, RBC Capital Markets relies on the guidance provided by its strong team of leaders. With decades of experience to their names, these leaders use their knowledge to further the firm’s goal of being among the world’s most trusted and successful financial institutions.

Doug McGregor

Doug McGregor

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Doug McGregor
Group Head, RBC Capital Markets and RBC Investor & Treasury Services
Chairman and CEO, RBC Capital Markets

Doug McGregor is Group Head, RBC Capital Markets and RBC Investor & Treasury Services, Chairman and CEO of RBC Capital Markets, and is a member of RBC’s Group Executive. As Chairman and CEO of RBC Capital Markets, Doug has global oversight of the firm’s Corporate & Investment Banking and Global Markets activities conducted by its over 7,400 employees worldwide. He also directly leads the investment bank’s real estate lending businesses. As Group Head of RBC Investor & Treasury Services, Doug is responsible for this business’ custody, treasury and financing services for institutional clients globally.

Doug began his career in corporate finance and then institutional equity sales at Pitfield Mackay Ross Ltd. in 1979. In 1983, he became a real estate investment banker with Marcil Trust, which was later acquired by RBC Capital Markets in 1990. Doug holds an Honours BA (Business) and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario. While at university, his accomplishments as an athlete earned him the Purple Blanket for achievement in wrestling at the national level and induction into the “W” Club Hall of Fame. In 2016, Doug was recognized by Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia with an Honorary Doctor of Commerce degree for his accomplishments in the financial services industry, contributions to the community and support for advanced learning.

An involved community member, Doug serves on the University Health Network’s Board of Trustees in Toronto and is a former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada. He is an active fundraiser for The United Way and for Ingles House, a home for young women recovering from addiction, and its parent organization, LOFT Community Services.

Troy Maxwell

Troy Maxwell

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Troy Maxwell
Chief Operating Officer

Troy Maxwell is Chief Operating Officer of RBC Capital Markets with global responsibility for all operational and administrative matters of the firm, including optimizing cost base management and financial resources, and leading the response to regulatory change. Previously, Mr. Maxwell was Executive Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer of RBC Capital Markets and Technology & Operations, where he oversaw all finance services to RBC’s wholesale business and technology and operations platform.

Mr. Maxwell is a champion for diversity-related initiatives at RBC and an active member of the community. Since 2009, he has served as the executive sponsor of RBC’s Advancement of Women in Leadership committee, a global leadership forum responsible for driving actions to improve representation of senior women at the bank. Additionally, Mr. Maxwell is a senior advisor for RWomen, RBC Capital Markets’ internal forum dedicated to fostering the development and career aspirations of women. Mr. Maxwell has played a key role in RBC’s annual United Way campaign for several years and acts as Co-Chair of RBC’s national Major Individual Gifts Committee. He is also a member of the United Way Toronto & York Region’s Major Individual Giving Cabinet.

Prior to joining RBC, Mr. Maxwell was Chief Financial Officer of CIBC World Markets and a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, where he led the financial institutions and corporate treasury risk management consulting and advisory business.

Mr. Maxwell is a Chartered Professional Accountant, and holds an Honours BA and a Master's Degree in Accounting from the University of Waterloo.

Nadine Ahn

Nadine Ahn

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Nadine Ahn
Senior Vice-President, Capital Markets Finance

Nadine Ahn is Senior Vice-President of RBC Capital Markets Finance. She has overall global accountability for Capital Markets Finance, providing financial governance and value-added financial advice to support RBC Capital Markets, including financial control, product control, valuations and performance management. Nadine is a member of the CAO & CFO Operating Committee and the Capital Markets Operating Committee.

Nadine joined RBC 17 years ago and has held various senior roles in Corporate Treasury and Finance, most recently as VP & Controller, Global Head of Financial Control, Capital Markets Finance.

She is a CPA and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto.

Michael Bowick

Michael Bowick

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Michael Bowick
Head, Global Markets

Mike Bowick is Head of the Global Markets Division of RBC Capital Markets. Mr. Bowick provides oversight to the Trading and Sales activities of Global Equities, Global Fixed Income & Currencies, and Global Commodities, Futures & Electronic Trading. In addition to his responsibilities in Global Markets, Mr. Bowick has responsibility for the Counterparty Risk Trading (CRT) group, which manages the counterparty risks arising from OTC derivative contracts, as well as oversight of some of RBC Capital Markets' legacy risk positions. Since joining RBC in 1986, Mr. Bowick has assumed increasingly senior roles managing derivative businesses that reference most asset classes such as FX, Interest Rates, Credit, and Equity. Mr. Bowick holds an undergraduate degree in Business from the University of Prince Edward Island and an MBA from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Josh Critchley

Josh Critchley

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Josh Critchley
Head, European Investment Banking

Josh Critchley is Head of European Investment Banking at RBC Capital Markets. He is a member of the RBC Capital Markets Operating Committee and the European Operating Committee, and sits on RBC’s European Executive Committee. Josh joined RBC Capital Markets in September 2009 to help lead the build-out of our European investment banking and equities platforms within Capital Markets.

Josh has 22 years of investment banking experience, most recently at Goldman Sachs from 2004 to 2009 and before that at Merrill Lynch from 1993 to 2004. He has been responsible for the origination and execution of a significant number of transactions in a variety of industries, including for financial, consumer, telecommunication, healthcare and industrial companies.

Josh holds a BSc from City University Business School, London.

Cam DesBrisay

Cam DesBrisay

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Cam DesBrisay
Executive Vice President, Wholesale Credit Risk, RBC

Cam DesBrisay is EVP, Wholesale Credit Risk within Group Risk Management. Cam is responsible for the bank’s credit risk management interface with RBC Capital Markets, as well as the credit risk regulatory contact for Capital Markets. As the senior risk officer for Capital Markets, Cam and his team are responsible for aligning the business segment’s risk management processes with those of the RBC enterprise. He also has responsibility for wholesale credit risk in other business segments, including the National Clients Group in Personal and Commercial Banking. Cam is a member of the Global Risk Management Operating Committee.

Cam joined RBC in 1992, and spent five years working in Corporate Treasury and Market Risk Management. He joined Global Credit in 1998, where he held progressively senior positions including Head of Loan Portfolio Management and Credit Exposure Management, a role he held for several years prior to being appointed Head of Global Credit in 2014.

Cam is on the board of the International Association of Credit Portfolio Managers and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. He holds an MBA from the University of Western Ontario and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Mechanical Engineering) from the University of British Columbia.

Blair Fleming

Blair Fleming

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Blair Fleming
Head, RBC Capital Markets, US & Head, US Investment Banking

Blair Fleming is Head of RBC Capital Markets, US and Head of US Investment Banking. In his role as Head of RBC Capital Markets, US, Mr. Fleming provides oversight on strategy execution with effective governance across all Capital Market businesses in the US. In his role as Head of US Investment Banking, Mr. Fleming has responsibility for client and product coverage of US investment banking clients and targets, with specific responsibility for the corporate finance industry groups, mergers and acquisitions, equity capital markets, leveraged finance, and loan and high yield capital markets teams within US Investment Banking. Mr. Fleming is a member of the firm's Operating Committee and Loan Commitments Committee.

Mr. Fleming began his career with Royal Bank of Canada in 1986 in London, Ontario and has held various positions with Royal Bank and then within RBC Capital Markets, the Investment Banking division of RBC. In 2009, he assumed his current responsibilities in New York City where he and his wife reside with their four daughters.

Jonathan Hunter

Jonathan Hunter

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Jonathan Hunter
Global Head of Fixed Income and Currencies

Jonathan Hunter has served as Global Head of Fixed Income and Currencies (FIC) at RBC Capital Markets since 2011, based in New York and Toronto, and is a member of the RBC Capital Markets Operating Committee.

Jonathan has been with RBC for close to 25 years, joining as a generalist in the Dealer Trainee Program in 1991. Since then, he has held progressively senior roles within Capital Markets, including Global Co-Head, Fixed Income and Currencies (2006-2011), based in New York, and Global Head of Liquid Products (2002-2006), based in London.

Today, Jonathan leads a team of more than 700 professionals globally and has been responsible for growing the FIC business in North America and Europe into a significant contributor to RBC Capital Markets’ earnings.

In addition, he is a member of RBC’s U.S. Diversity Leadership Council and is involved in the firm’s various mentorship initiatives. Jonathan is also a member of the Board of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc., and sits on the Board of Trustees for The Bishop Strachan School in Toronto.

He is an active participant in RBC’s many community and charitable initiatives, including the RBC Race for the Kids and the annual United Way employee giving campaign.

Jonathan earned his Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Finance) from Queen's University in 1991, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).

Greg Mills

Greg Mills

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Greg Mills
Head, Global Equities

Greg Mills is Head of the Global Equities Division of RBC Capital Markets. This division is responsible for all aspects of client coverage for both traditional cash equities and equity derivatives including sales and trading, origination, new issue distribution, risk management and research. He is a member of the firm's operating committee, both the US and Canadian Commitment Committees and is also a member of RBC's Pension Investment Sub- Committee. Mr. Mills began his career as an equity trader with Burns Fry, and also spent time with First Boston and Scotia Capital. He joined RBC Capital Markets in 1998. He holds an Honours BSC (Geology) from the University of Windsor. Mr. Mills is a Director of Dignitas International and Chairman of Aequitas Innovations Inc.

Doug Moore

Doug Moore

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Doug Moore
CEO, RBC Capital Markets Asia; Head of RBC Investor & Treasury Services, Asia Pacific

Doug Moore is Head of RBC Capital Markets Asia based in Hong Kong. He is responsible for the firm's businesses in Asia which include Fixed Income and Currencies, Global Arbitrage and Trading, Treasury Services, Equity Markets, Corporate and Investment Banking, Global Credit and Central Funding. The firm has its larger Asian offices in Hong Kong, Sydney and Tokyo with additional offices in Singapore, Beijing and Mumbai. In addition, Mr. Moore is responsible for driving and executing the firm's Asian strategy and has senior client coverage responsibility for a number of RBC Capital Markets' most important clients in the region. He has lived in Hong Kong continuously for more than 20 years . Mr. Moore has extensive business and financial experience in Asia on both the buy and sell side, including strong investment management expertise with prominent Asian corporations, and in building a substantial financial services business for Credit Suisse in Hong Kong. Mr. Moore has a Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.

Derek Neldner

Derek Neldner

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Derek Neldner
Head, Canadian and Asia Pacific Investment Banking

Derek Neldner is Head of Canadian and Asia Pacific Investment Banking at RBC Capital Markets. Mr. Neldner has oversight for the firm’s investment banking practices in both Canada and the Asia Pacific region, and has senior client coverage responsibility for a number of RBC Capital Markets’ most important corporate clients.

Mr. Neldner has 23 years of experience with RBC Capital Markets in investment banking including: corporate finance, debt and equity financing, mergers and acquisitions, and other capital markets advisory experience. Before assuming his current role, Mr. Neldner spent ten years in Calgary as Head of Canadian Energy Investment Banking. Prior to this, his experience included 10 years in the Equity Capital Markets group based in Toronto.

Mr. Neldner is a member of the firm’s Operating Committee, the Loan Commitments Committee and the M&A Opinion Review Committee. He is also a board member of The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) Foundation and is a member of the Major Individual Giving campaign cabinet for the United Way of Toronto & York Region.

Mr. Neldner holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Finance from the University of Alberta and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

Daniel Rosenbaum

Daniel Rosenbaum

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Daniel Rosenbaum
Head, Central Funding

Daniel Rosenbaum is a Managing Director at RBC Capital Markets, Head of the Central Funding Business (CFG) Division & Chairman of RBC Capital Markets Japan, RBC Barbados Trading Bank Corporation and RBC Capital Markets Arbitrage S.A. subsidiaries. As the Head of CFG, Mr. Rosenbaum is responsible for overseeing a global secured financing business which delivers balance sheet solutions to its clients.

Mr. Rosenbaum joined RBC Capital Markets in 1999 in New York as member of the firm's Global Arbitrage and Trading business. He was transferred to London in 2000 where he developed a European trading business as well as co-founded the CFG business. In 2005 he relocated to the Bahamas to develop the firm's Caribbean platform before being transferred back to New York in 2010. Mr. Rosenbaum holds a BS in Mathematics from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a MS in Operations Research from Princeton University.

Harry Samuel

Harry Samuel

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Harry Samuel
CEO, RBC Investor & Treasury Services and Chairman, European Executive Committee

Harry Samuel has nearly three decades of experience in global financial services, having worked in London, Toronto and Sydney. He joined RBC in 1989 in FX and has held progressively senior roles, establishing and managing global businesses in fixed income, currencies, commodities, and liquidity asset management. Between 2011 and 2014, Harry was regional CEO for RBC Capital Markets in Europe. In 2013, he was appointed to the global leadership of RBC Investor and Treasury Services, one of RBC's five reporting segments, which has responsibility for asset, custody and payments services for institutional clients worldwide, as well as the bank’s global funding and liquidity asset management. In addition, Harry was named Chairman of RBC’s European Executive Committee in November 2013.  

Harry is a profound advocate for diversity and equality, currently serving as the Chair of RBC’s UK Diversity Council and as a longstanding member of the bank’s enterprise-wide Diversity Leadership Council. He is also actively involved in charitable and educational organizations in the UK and Canada, promoting children’s welfare and education.

Harry holds an Honours BA from McGill University and an MSc in Economics from the University of London (London School of Economics).

Patti Perras Shugart

Patti Perras Shugart

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Patti Perras Shugart
Managing Director and Global Head, Corporate Banking and Global Credit

Patti Shugart is Managing Director and Global Head of Corporate Banking and Global Credit, and a member of the Operating Committee, at RBC Capital Markets.

Patti oversees a client-facing team of more than 500 professionals in Canada, the U.S., Europe, and Australia who specialize in lending, trading credit and loan portfolio management for our corporate and institutional clients. Patti chairs the Loan Portfolio Review Committee and the firm’s Commitments Committee which meets daily to determine all of RBC Capital Markets’ global lending decisions.

In addition to her professional responsibilities with respect to the management and strategic direction of the firm, Patti plays a key role in advancing diversity and inclusion as core values within RBC Capital Markets, and in ensuring they interconnect with the firm’s business strategy. She represents the firm on the enterprise-wide RBC Diversity Leadership Council, is a co-founder of RWomen, a global internal forum dedicated to fostering female development and career aspirations within the firm, and is the senior advisor to the RWomen Steering Committee. Patti is also the Executive Champion for the Toronto RBC Race for the Kids.

Patti is a member of the 2016 United Way Leadership Cabinet and is RBC's Executive Sponsor for Women Gaining Ground. She also chairs Women in Capital Markets’ Strategic Advisory Council which is dedicated to the advancement of women in the capital markets industry. In addition, Patti is on the Board of Governors at Branksome Hall and sits on the Advisory Board for Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.

Patti was recognized for her outstanding contributions to the industry when she was honoured with the Women in Capital Markets Award for Leadership in 2010. More recently, she was named one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women by Women's Executive Network in 2015 and a Champion of Change by Women in Capital Markets in 2016.

Patti has an MBA from the University of Toronto (Rotman) and a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from Queen’s University. She is married and has two children.

David Thomas

David Thomas

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David Thomas
CEO, RBC Capital Markets, Europe

David Thomas is the Chief Executive Officer of RBC Capital Markets Europe, responsible for leading all aspects of the business in the region, including strategy execution and effective governance. This includes all areas of the UK business and the branch operations of RBC Europe Ltd., in Germany and France. He is a member of the RBC Capital Markets global Operating Committee and the European Executive Committee, and chairs the European Operating Committee. Mr. Thomas also holds a number of UK board roles including Executive Director of RBC Europe Limited and Chairman of RBC Global Asset Management (UK) Limited.

Mr. Thomas holds a BSc (Hons) degree from Loughborough University in the UK and joined RBC Capital Markets in 1992 following periods at a UK domestic bank and a technology company. Since joining RBC, Mr. Thomas has held a number of both global and regional mandates in Technology, Operations, Risk Management and Compliance. He is a member of the Corporate Partnerships Board for Great Ormond Street Hospital and is active in fundraising for the charity.

Susan Uchida

Susan Uchida

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Susan Uchida
Head of Human Resources, RBC Capital Markets and RBC Investor & Treasury Services

Susan Uchida is the Head of Human Resources for RBC Capital Markets and RBC Investor & Treasury Services. She leads the HR function by working with a talented global team to deliver a range of HR services and programs that enable business strategies. Ms. Uchida partners with the business to place, develop, reward, and retain top talent to drive the organization's success.

Ms. Uchida previously served as Vice-President, Learning for RBC where she and her team were responsible for learning and development strategies, programs, technology and innovative approaches across the enterprise.

Since joining RBC Financial Group in 2002, Susan has served in a variety of business and HR leadership roles in Canadian and American retail banking divisions, insurance, and capital markets. She has more than 16 years of experience in the financial services industry.

Susan holds an MBA from Dalhousie University and is a Board member and HR Committee Chair at The Learning Partnership.

Gordon Bell

Gordon Bell

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Gordon Bell
Vice Chairman

Gordon Bell is Vice Chairman for RBC Capital Markets’ Global Mining and Metals Group. In this role, he is responsible for senior client relationships for the firm’s North American and international mining and metals clients, providing advice and execution on mergers and acquisitions, corporate strategy, and debt and equity financing. From 2001 to 2016, Gord was the Global Head of RBC’s Mining & Metals group, leading the expansion and growth of the firm’s practice domestically as well as in London, Australia and Asia, establishing RBC as a leader in the sector globally.

Prior to joining RBC in 1989, Gord worked as a consulting mining engineer and in mine development. From 1995 to 1999, he took a leave from RBC Capital Markets for a position as Chief Financial Officer of a Denver-based precious metals company, where he was responsible for that firm’s financial, M&A and external reporting activities. Gord received a Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis. Gord is an ardent advocate for mental health, having served on the board of trustees of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and as Chair of CAMH’s Transforming Lives gala. He also served on the advisory board for Literature for Life and is a member of the Campaign Cabinet for the Queen’s University Engineering capital campaign.

Stewart Burton

Stewart Burton

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Stewart Burton
Vice Chairman

Stewart Burton is Vice Chairman and member of the Global Banking Operating Committee. He is responsible for senior client coverage and has extensive experience in investment banking, providing both financing and merger and acquisition advice across a broad range of industries. Stewart joined the Corporate Finance Department of RBC Capital Markets in 1986 after earning his MBA degree from the Harvard Business School. Stewart also holds an HBA from the University of Western Ontario. Prior to completing his MBA, Stewart earned his Chartered Accountants designation after spending three years with Ernst and Young. He is a Director of the Canadian Opera Company.

Andrew Federer

Andrew Federer

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Andrew Federer
Vice Chairman

Andrew Federer is Vice Chairman, RBC Capital Markets and is a member of the Global Investment Banking Management Committee, the Equity Commitments Committee and the Mezzanine Finance Committee. He is responsible for senior client relationships and for providing advisory and deal execution services for the firm’s global clients, including: mergers and acquisitions, leveraged loan and high yield financings, bond issuance, and IPOs and secondary offerings. Andrew has an extensive and broad range of transactional experience having advised a number of North America's largest corporate issuers and private equity firms. He also previously served as Head of Corporate Finance in Canada with responsibility for the management and direction of a number of teams, including: Communications, Media & Telecom, Financial Institutions, Consumer and Industrial Products, Financial Sponsors, Infrastructure Coverage, and Infrastructure (PPP) Project Finance. Mr. Federer is a member of the Board of Trustees of The Art Gallery of Ontario, Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of The Bishops Strachan School and Co-Chairman of the RBC Capital Markets Foundation.

Michael Fortier

Michael Fortier

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Michael Fortier
Vice Chairman

Since October 2010, Mr Fortier is Vice Chairman, RBC Capital Markets. Prior to joining the Royal Bank of Canada, he had been active principally in the fields of banking, politics and law. Over the past 25 years, Mr Fortier has worked as a senior relationship banker for several Wall Street (Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse) and Canadian (TD Securities) investment banking firms and worked in Canada and the UK for one of the leading Canadian law firms (Norton Rose). Between January 2006 and November 2008, Mr Fortier served as Canada's Minister of Public Works and Minister of International Trade. Throughout this period, he also acted as the Minister responsible for Greater Montreal. Mr Fortier also chaired Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative Party leadership campaign in 2004 and the Party's 2004 and 2006 federal election campaigns. Mr Fortier sits on the boards of CAE, Aimia, Pomerleau, as well as the International Advisory Board of United Technologies (UTC). He is also active with many philanthropic organizations, including as Chairman of Ste Justine Hospital’s Foundation. He has also accepted numerous pro bono assignments from municipal, provincial and federal governments, notably negotiating the return of Formula One racing to Canada in 2010. Mr Fortier lives in Montreal with his wife Michelle and his six children.

Joe Cunningham

Joe Cunningham

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Joe Cunningham
Vice Chairman

Joe Cunningham is Vice Chairman, Global Investment Banking, and provides senior coverage of clients in the pipeline and midstream sectors of the US energy industry. He previously served as Managing Director and Co-Head, US Energy Group from 2006-2016. Mr. Cunningham has 35 years of energy industry investment banking experience, including 25 years with RBC Capital Markets and predecessor companies. Mr. Cunningham received a BA degree from Georgetown University and an MBA degree, with distinction, from Harvard Business School.

Dr. John Roberts

Dr. John Roberts

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Dr. John Roberts
Chairman

Dr Roberts has been the Chairman of RBC Europe Limited since 2009. Dr Roberts is the former CEO of United Utilities plc, Manweb and Hyder Utilities. His current roles include Chairman of Halite Energy Group Limited, Blackrock New Energy Investment Trust and BlueBay Asset Management Ltd. He is an adviser to Fortis Clean Energy Trust. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institution of Engineering and Technology, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and a Companion of the Chartered Management Institute. He was awarded the CBE in 2005 and is a Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Merseyside.

Blair Fleming

Blair Fleming

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Blair Fleming
Head, RBC Capital Markets, US & Head, US Investment Banking

Blair Fleming is Head of RBC Capital Markets, US and Head of US Investment Banking. In his role as Head of RBC Capital Markets, US, Mr. Fleming provides oversight on strategy execution with effective governance across all Capital Market businesses in the US In his role as Head of US Investment Banking, Mr. Fleming has responsibility for client and product coverage of US investment banking clients and targets, with specific responsibility for the corporate finance industry groups, mergers and acquisitions, equity capital markets, leveraged finance, and loan and high yield capital markets teams within US Investment Banking. Mr. Fleming is a member of the firm's Operating Committee and Loan Commitments Committee.

Mr. Fleming began his career with Royal Bank of Canada in 1986 in London, Ontario and has held various positions with Royal Bank and then within RBC Capital Markets, the Investment Banking division of RBC. In 2009, he assumed his current responsibilities in New York City where he and his wife reside with their four daughters.

David Thomas

David Thomas

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David Thomas
CEO, RBC Capital Markets, Europe

David Thomas is the Chief Executive Officer of RBC Capital Markets Europe, responsible for leading all aspects of the business in the region, including strategy execution and effective governance. This includes all areas of the UK business and the branch operations of RBC Europe Ltd., in Germany and France. He is a member of the RBC Capital Markets global Operating Committee and the European Executive Committee, and chairs the European Operating Committee. Mr. Thomas also holds a number of UK board roles including Executive Director of RBC Europe Limited and Chairman of RBC Global Asset Management (UK) Limited.

Mr. Thomas holds a BSc (Hons) degree from Loughborough University in the UK and joined RBC Capital Markets in 1992 following periods at a UK domestic bank and a technology company. Since joining RBC, Mr. Thomas has held a number of both global and regional mandates in Technology, Operations, Risk Management and Compliance. He is a member of the Corporate Partnerships Board for Great Ormond Street Hospital and is active in fundraising for the charity.

Doug Moore

Doug Moore

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Doug Moore
CEO, RBC Capital Markets Asia; Head of RBC Investor & Treasury Services, Asia Pacific

Doug Moore is Head of RBC Capital Markets Asia based in Hong Kong. He is responsible for the firm's businesses in Asia which include Fixed Income and Currencies, Global Arbitrage and Trading, Treasury Services, Equity Markets, Corporate and Investment Banking, Global Credit and Central Funding. The firm has its larger Asian offices in Hong Kong, Sydney and Tokyo with additional offices in Singapore, Beijing and Mumbai. In addition, Mr. Moore is responsible for driving and executing the firm's Asian strategy and has senior client coverage responsibility for a number of RBC Capital Markets' most important clients in the region. He has lived in Hong Kong continuously for more than 20 years . Mr. Moore has extensive business and financial experience in Asia on both the buy and sell side, including strong investment management expertise with prominent Asian corporations, and in building a substantial financial services business for Credit Suisse in Hong Kong. Mr. Moore has a Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.

Blair Wark

Blair Wark

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Blair Wark
Chief Financial Officer (CFO), RBC, Asia-Pacific & Chief Operating Officer (COO), RBC Capital Markets, Asia-Pacific

Blair Wark is Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for RBC in Asia-Pacific and Chief Operating Officer (COO), RBC Capital Markets Asia-Pacific. As CFO he leads the Asia-Pacific finance team and oversees all finance services to the Asia-Pacific business platforms, including valuations, financial and product control, and performance management. As COO, he oversees the regulatory obligations and business operations, and leads the functional, operational, and financial aspects of Capital Markets in the region. Mr. Wark is actively involved in regional diversity initiatives and is Chair of the Australia Diversity Council.

Mr. Wark joined RBC in 2010 as a Director, Head of Finance. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant with over 20 years’ experience in banking in London, New York, and Australia, having held roles with Price Waterhouse, Halifax plc, Banco Santander, and Lloyds International. Mr. Wark studied at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia with B Bus. Major and Law sub-Major.