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A Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) sign is seen in downtown Toronto in this March 3, 2011 file photo.
A Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) sign is seen in downtown Toronto in this March 3, 2011 file photo.
(MARK BLINCH/REUTERS)

RBC’s global research team bulks up in U.S.

RBC Dominion Securities has been busy hiring this summer, particularly as it builds out its investment banking and research capabilities in the New York office.

The bank said Monday that it would hire two new managing directors to its global research group, which now has about 350 employees.

Danny Tenengauzer will be head of emerging markets and global foreign exchange strategy. He formerly worked at Standard Chartered Bank.