RBC Dominion Securities

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This article is about the RBC Dominion Securities full service brokerage brand. For the corporate and investment banking division of the Royal Bank of Canada, see RBC Capital Markets.

RBC Dominion Securities is the brand used by Royal Bank of Canada for full service brokerage services primarily in Canada. It forms part of RBC's Wealth Management division.

History[edit]

Dominion Securities was established in Toronto in 1901 as Dominion Securities Corporation Limited by George Albertus Cox and Edward Rogers Wood. The firm originally focused on government and municipal bonds but diversified into war bonds during World War I. By the 1950s, it had developed a network with branches in every major city in Canada.

The firm grew through acquisitions and gradually acquired by RBC:[1]

Note about RBC corporate structure[edit]

RBC Dominion Securities Inc is the legal name of the company from which the full service brokerage activities operate. The subsidiary, among others, is also used by the RBC Capital Markets division. RBC Dominion Securities Inc has been 100% owned by the Royal Bank of Canada since 1996.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.rbcds.com/dominion-securities-history.html

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