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Craig Gordon took a number of people by surprise with his move.

RBC's most visible RIA leader, Craig Gordon, departs
RBC gets hit with another loss but the company maintains its still has the foot on the gas pedal for its RIA unit

Thursday 1.9.14
Ryan Marcus: My job is to bring them to the big dance.

After a head-fake, Royal Bank of Canada shows it's back (or never left) in the RIA game with two NextGen hires
100 brokers have moved to RBC's broker dealer or RIA unit in the last 4 years though some recruiters need convincing that the RIA unit is more than a retention tool

Thursday 9.5.13
Leonard Palmer allows that not every RBC broker's request to become an RIA under RBC is approved.

What ever became of RBC's RIA custody unit after it showed such promise
Royal Bank of Canada high-ups say RBC Advisor Services still holds importance, but the Cerulli numbers are concerning and some RBC brokers are barred from channel switches

Thursday 5.16.13
Alex Potts: In the end, I hope for one idea, or concept, to arise and challenge my thinking.

What three consumer-investors told CEOs at the Tiburon conference in New York
It's not, not, not the products and the returns that keep them coming back

Wednesday 4.17.13
RBC hired Sanjeev Rajput from Fidelity to punch up the sales of its young RIA unit

RBC hires another Fidelity alumnus to boost its RIA unit's sales
Sanjeev Rajput has 'hit the ground running'

Monday 6.6.11
Catie Tobin: I think size is an advantage to us.

A top RBC Wealth Management executive gets drafted to head the company's young RIA unit
Catie Tobin is expected to make the big financial muscle of the Royal Bank of Canada work for independent advisors

Tuesday 11.2.10
Craig Gordon is making sure that the Royal Bank of Canada gives RIAs all benefits of scale enjoyed by the company's staff brokers.

8 ways that the RIA business is achieving scale at breakneck speed
IPOs, venture capitalists, RIAs and big corporations are all spending heavily to make it easier for RIAs to become big business

Wednesday 8.4.10
Craig Gordon: We have 2,400 in-house advisors. It would be very different if I told you it was 24,000. The commitment in that channel would be too big to disrupt..

Royal Bank of Canada is hustling to become an RIA custody force
RBC Advisor Services weaves together RIA businesses of old Dain Rauscher and old Bear Stearns

Monday 5.24.10

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