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Dean of Toronto’s trading floors To Leave RBC
Mark Chandler, dean of Toronto’s trading floors, is leaving Royal Bank of Canada next month after 20 years at the firm. Chandler, 60, pictured, will retire from his role as head of Canadian fixed income and currency strategy at the bank’s RBC Capital Markets division by the end of October, according to an internal memo by the country’s second- largest lender by assets.
“Throughout his time with RBC, Mark has made significant contributions across the platform and the industry as he is very well- regarded internationally as a leading authority on the Canadian economy, markets and policy analysis,” said the Sept. 24 memo by Jim Byrd, global head of rates, and Canadian research head Andre- Philippe Hardy.