RBC Dexia Appoints New Chief Financial Officer

Aug 6 2010 | 8:47am ET

RBC Dexia Investor Services has appointed John Thompson to the post of chief financial officer.  Thompson will be based in Toronto and report to José Placido, chief executive officer.

Thompson comes to RBC Dexia from The CUMIS Group, a Canadian insurance company serving credit unions and their members. Prior to that, Thompson held senior roles with leading Canadian-based global financial institution CIBC.
 
Thompson will replace Kevin Powers, the present CFO, who remains with the company for a transitional period until Nov. 30.

RBC Dexia caters to institutional investors, offering products such as global custody, fund and pension administration, securities lending, shareholder services, analytics and other related investor services.


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